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Hey all! I just got sleeved on the 15th. Came home on the 16th and today I'm allowed Protein Shakes, yogurt and cream Soups. So my question is this...How do I get into a routine? Can some of you tell me how you did it? I want to just measure my food intake and do it that way. I cant tell when I'm full yet and dont want to over eat like I did yesterday. Please any advise will be great!!

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1 hour ago, Geri Marie said:

I cant tell when I'm full yet and dont want to over eat like I did yesterday.

Sip. Sip your yoghurts and your Soups from a teaspoon. Only 2 to 3 partial level teaspoons per minute. Savour the taste and flavour.

Eat mindfully.

Slow right down or stop when you feel part full.

Take 15-25 minutes off. Drink some of your Water allowance in small sips. Don't pour. Don't gulp.

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Your Protein Shakes do not count against your food allowance. Just make sure you reach the minimum Protein required each day. Also use a Protein Shake that is high in protein and low in sugars.

I always used measuring cups to measure out the quantity of food for each meal.

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Did you really overeat? I can't imagine that you could really on liquids unless you just meant you drank too fast. For over the first week, I was basically just sipping on a Protein Drink throughout the day. I think I was about 500 calories of drinks for at least the first 5-7 days. Then started adding other things,, like Soups. liquid is very difficult to actually fill up on. It goes right through, and most people don't get a full feeling with liquids.

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