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Hello everyone, I was sleeved on June 22, 2017 today my weight is 145.2, yesterday was my 1 year follow up apt with my surgeon weighing in at 146.6 I'm holding steady between 145 & 146 for the past month but i feel great just trying to enjoy my summer. I still drink my Premier Protein in the morning and afternoon anything else has to have a least 5 g of Protein per for me to even consider to put in my mouth. I still have a hard time eating chicken, eggs no fruit and very little vegetables and i get sick if try to eat any type of cake or ice cream and yogurt i love as long as the sugar content is lower than 10 g. I have cut out all refind sugar and the carbs i eat if it's included with my protein which i try to keep no more than 50 g or less. :P Exercise 30 minutes a day walking and cardio 1 hour 3 to 4 time a week,

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Good for you, congrats. I'm in a stall, but seeing my nutritionist & support group for help. The stall's because I cheat: so I'm recommitted to following the VGS diet protocols. It helps me to see the progress you've made, as well as others. Thanks.

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Hi! I was a revision from band to sleeve in June 2017! Trying to get back on the wagon again. Only 16 pounds away from my personal goal. Water is a big one for me... oh and carbs and sugar!

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Hello everyone, I was sleeved on June 22, 2017 today my weight is 145.2, yesterday was my 1 year follow up apt with my surgeon weighing in at 146.6 I'm holding steady between 145 & 146 for the past month but i feel great just trying to enjoy my summer. I still drink my Premier Protein in the morning and afternoon anything else has to have a least 5 g of Protein per for me to even consider to put in my mouth. I still have a hard time eating chicken, eggs no fruit and very little vegetables and i get sick if try to eat any type of cake or ice cream and yogurt i love as long as the sugar content is lower than 10 g. I have cut out all refind sugar and the carbs i eat if it's included with my protein which i try to keep no more than 50 g or less. [emoji14] Exercise 30 minutes a day walking and cardio 1 hour 3 to 4 time a week,
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Amazing!

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