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One thing that will help is go back to your basics. Make sure you get in enough Protein and your Water. Also maybe up your exercise. I am 3 and 1/2 years out so I know it gets harder to lose weight after we get further out there. There is a 5-day reset on line. I think you can look it up on line. Good Luck

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None from me. LOL Just KEEP ON KEEPING ON. You will get there no doubt. I didn't want to sound like I was just plugging in the words. This is the most common reply from everyone. You can do this you have alredy proved that you are working your program.

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Only a year out myself, so I just want to say way to keep on keeping on!!

What activity/exercise have you tried? Ask to specifically ask what you have liked and not liked. Exercise is supposedly key in the long run, so I was curious about what you like to do. If you haven't found something you like yet, that is ok too. I have tried a few different things and I could suggest based on what you like.



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@kempermorris that is great! Way to go on your weight loss and finding what works for you. [emoji323][emoji322]



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I also find affirmations help I have a list I read every morning just 2remind myself why I had the opp and just that I can do this I will continue to do this I am worthy of a happy healthy life and I deserve to be happy. Self beleaf that you can and staying positive and motivated really can help easy said than done but ur

Doing great😀

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Me too. I know the obvious reply. Follow the bariatric diet.
Exercise, exercise, exercise
Any unique suggestions?



Diet and exercise. You already got out of your surgery what you're going to get..rest is up to you. I guess the 'unique' part is up to you. Good luck!


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A lot of my eating was influenced by my cravings and addiction s. When I went completely off carbs for a month those disappeared. Much easier to manage the food you eat, when cravings aren't dictating every thought. Food is losing its importance in my life, which I absolutely love. I am free from it not being a constant focus whether I eat or not.


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