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Hi I'm about 4 weeks out and my stomach is slowly accepting different foods. Is it ok if I have a pb&j sandwich? Will it effect my sleeve? Of course it'll be one slice of bread cut in half I can't eat a whole sandwich but I was wondering if anyone has had it???? Just concerned about it being sticky etc. thanks and please don't leave any negative comments. :)

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@goldenbarbie.

Take this as you wish. Negative or positive

Is it ok if I eat ______? You should abe asking yourself is this something I SHOULD eat?

Is it on your diet progression of your plan? Is the bread carbohydrates sugar macros worth the exchange for hitting your Protein goals?

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If you decide to go that way you ought to consider PB2 or pb fit and sugar free jam. I'm still trying to keep my carbs in a relatively low level and this wouldn't be a choice that I would make. Are you cleared.for all foods at this point?

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I agree with @@jenn1, you can eat it if it's allowed on your plan, but should you? I am 11 months out today and have kept bread, rice, potatoes and Pasta out of my post op eating. It's a slippery slope for me, once I have it I am so afraid I will want it....a lot of it. I would like to introduce a little whole grain bread and some Pasta back into my life when I reach goal and am in maintenence.

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Hi golden Barbie... that sounds so good ... especially with the Fairlife skim milk I have been drinking. But for me I just can't . One PB & J will lead to another one and I have lost the taste for bread but if I bite into that delicious bunny bread with grape jelly and pb.... I'm gonna be like a crack head hitting the pipe, lol. But sounds so good.

Hi I'm about 4 weeks out and my stomach is slowly accepting different foods. Is it ok if I have a pb&j sandwich? Will it effect my sleeve? Of course it'll be one slice of bread cut in half I can't eat a whole sandwich but I was wondering if anyone has had it???? Just concerned about it being sticky etc. thanks and please don't leave any negative comments. :)

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If you decide to go that way you ought to consider PB2 or pb fit and sugar free jam. I'm still trying to keep my carbs in a relatively low level and this wouldn't be a choice that I would make. Are you cleared.for all foods at this point?

Yes I'm cleared for all foods! Thanks for the suggestions that's what I was looking for

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MMMmmmm.... Carbs from the bread, sugar from the jelly, fat from the Peanut Butter. And barely any Protein.

Seems like a perfect option to me!

Lmaooooo do you search for my posts? You comment under every single one of my topics with a little "shady" comment then get upset when I curse you out, yet you claim that you're trying to help.

Lmao you seem to be on this app 24/7, I know you're a little older but you should get a hobby..... or job. I think it's adorable how you stalk my posts though, thank you I didn't realize how important I was to you

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Are you 4 weeks out? I just had my one month anniversary. I lost 24 lbs .. so I did okay. Some people lose like 40 lbs in a month but I'm trying to stay positive and work on focusing on my success. What was your surgery date?

@@Dknal2

Haha I totally understand and thank you! Called my surgeon he said it's fine, but to still focus on the Protein shakes as well. So I'll be having my pb&j shortly ????

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@@jenn1 & @montanagal

Thanks

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Eat a 1/4 inch of a square for me ????????????????

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MMMmmmm.... Carbs from the bread, sugar from the jelly, fat from the Peanut Butter. And barely any Protein.

Seems like a perfect option to me!

Lmaooooo do you search for my posts? You comment under every single one of my topics with a little "shady" comment then get upset when I curse you out, yet you claim that you're trying to help.

Lmao you seem to be on this app 24/7, I know you're a little older but you should get a hobby..... or job. I think it's adorable how you stalk my posts though, thank you I didn't realize how important I was to you

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You got me. :D

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MMMmmmm.... Carbs from the bread, sugar from the jelly, fat from the Peanut Butter. And barely any Protein.

Seems like a perfect option to me!

Lmaooooo do you search for my posts? You comment under every single one of my topics with a little "shady" comment then get upset when I curse you out, yet you claim that you're trying to help.

Lmao you seem to be on this app 24/7, I know you're a little older but you should get a hobby..... or job. I think it's adorable how you stalk my posts though, thank you I didn't realize how important I was to you

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You got me. :D

Lmaoooo I knew it

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Aww that makes me feel worse???????????????? but okay. Thanks for the encouragement.

Eat a 1/4 inch of a square for me

The 7th so far I've lost 38 pounds which was surprising but don't worry to much you will deff drop the weight sooner than later

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