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Also, maybe a little less Protein, a little more fat? Excess protein will be converted to glucose (carbs) and can slow you down. Give your body more of its preferred energy source in the way of healthy fats...coconut oil, MCT oil, etc...even if it means adding a couple hundred more calories a day. Can't hurt to try it for a couple weeks and wee what happens! :)

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Also, maybe a little less Protein, a little more fat? Excess Protein will be converted to glucose (carbs) and can slow you down. Give your body more of its preferred energy source in the way of healthy fats...coconut oil, MCT oil, etc...even if it means adding a couple hundred more calories a day. Can't hurt to try it for a couple weeks and wee what happens! [emoji4]

I just purchased coconut oil I’ll give it a try



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Also, maybe a little less Protein, a little more fat? Excess Protein will be converted to glucose (carbs) and can slow you down. Give your body more of its preferred energy source in the way of healthy fats...coconut oil, MCT oil, etc...even if it means adding a couple hundred more calories a day. Can't hurt to try it for a couple weeks and wee what happens! [emoji4]

I just purchased coconut oil I’ll give it a try



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Also, maybe a little less Protein, a little more fat? Excess Protein will be converted to glucose (carbs) and can slow you down. Give your body more of its preferred energy source in the way of healthy fats...coconut oil, MCT oil, etc...even if it means adding a couple hundred more calories a day. Can't hurt to try it for a couple weeks and wee what happens! [emoji4]

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More importantly what are your stats, exercise routine, macros, and how are you measuring tracking your macros?

These are all the first things you should be looking at (except stats which just gives the rest of us perspective)

Exercise 5-7 days a week stay under 50 carbs a day track thru MyFitnessPal. Don’t track macros have tried but it’s confusing


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shake it up! Eat some complex carbohydrates, sweet potatoes, quinoa, Brown rice for a few days. It’ll shock your body and you’ll start seeing a boost. Could also be you’re just not eating enough. Check to see how many calories you should be consuming. Here’s a general idea:
http://eatmore2weighless.com/weight-loss-calculator/

Gotcha ya. Thanks


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Show me 4 days of your current diet. :)

Phentermine can cause primary pulmonary hypertension among other dreaded cardiac related diseases. My dad died of it. It's heartbreaking disease with a one-way outcome. Just sayin'.

Crack is whack.

(OK, just read above)

1. Dump all the Protein drinks/protein bars.

2. Eat REAL food. Protein first 2-3oz meal, veg next with lots of leafy veg, healthy fats a little bit, nuts/seeds (a little bit, obsessively weigh/count these out), low glycemic berries and fruit a little bit.

How many cals do you eat each day? What kind of activity do you do? Damn! That sounds like a fuc*ing lot of exercise for that amount of food! See @jenn1 and @BigViffer and others about this!! They're phenomenal athletes! And should you want to discuss the finer points of channel surfing and couch potatoing, look me up! :D

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Show me 4 days of your current diet. [emoji4]
Phentermine can cause primary pulmonary hypertension among other dreaded cardiac related diseases. My dad died of it. It's heartbreaking disease with a one-way outcome. Just sayin'.
Crack is whack.
(OK, just read above)
1. Dump all the [mention=216224]jenn1[/mention] and [mention=252425]BigViffer[/mention] and others about this!! They're phenomenal athletes! And should you want to discuss the finer points of channel surfing and couch potatoing, look me up! [emoji3]

You lost me but.... ok [emoji23][emoji23]


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4 minutes ago, Sleeveforme2017 said:


You lost me but.... ok

haha! I was guilty of not reading all the posts. So I said, well I just read above and here are my suggestions:

1. Dump all the Protein drinks/protein bars.

2. Eat REAL food. Protein first 2-3oz meal, veg next with lots of leafy veg, healthy fats a little bit, nuts/seeds (a little bit, obsessively weigh/count these out), low glycemic berries and fruit a little bit.

How many cals do you eat each day?

What kind of activity do you do? Damn! (answered my own question--you said 5-7days/week) That sounds like a fuc*ing lot of exercise for that amount of food! See @jenn1 and @BigViffer and others about this!! They're phenomenal athletes!

(And should you want to discuss the finer points of channel surfing and couch potatoing, look me up! :D)

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I am only 6 weeks post VSG, but prior about a year prior to my surgery I was on a combo of Belviq and Phentermine and I successfully lost 38 pounds in 6 months, however at the 6 month point the combo stopped working and it was at that time that I sought a surgical approach. Truthfully, the Phentermine never really bothered me the way it does other folks. Ultimately it’s your body and your health.


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Breakfast Protein shake
Snack almonds strawberries or Peanut Butter
Lunch shake.
Dinner chicken and veggies or a salad
Snack Protein Bar


A shake for Breakfast and lunch . With all that excersising.. would it be an idea to swap the shakes perhaps lunch for real food ?

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On 2/18/2018 at 12:30 PM, Sleeveforme2017 said:


Exercise 5-7 days a week stay under 50 carbs a day track thru MyFitnessPal. Don’t track macros have tried but it’s confusing

I dont understand how you stay under 50 carbs a day but dont track macros.

Protein x4 + Carbohydrates x4 + Fat x9 = total calories

Im not saying become a nutrition freak by any means, but learning about macros is basically nutrition 101, and imo is more important than everything else in nutrition combined (although having a balanced diet and micro nutrients are important too, I think the macros is far more important)

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