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I am about 10 months post op and have lost about 60 lbs, which includes some weight gained back. I am starting back to the gym which got derailed due to a big out of state move, new jobs, etc. I need to get back on track as I can tell a difference in energy level and don't want my health to start suffering again. Did anyone have this happen to them? What did you do to get back on track? Any advice would be appreciated! Please no lectures... I'm human, after all.

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Not me, but I'd suggest changing up your lifestyle a bit (diet, exercise, etc). Seems the stress of moving/jobs is what stalled your scale weight, I'm assuming. Stress is a huge contributor to weight gain. Do you best to not worry, find some peace and rest hon.

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Not me, but I'd suggest changing up your lifestyle a bit (diet, exercise, etc). Seems the stress of moving/jobs is what stalled your scale weight, I'm assuming. Stress is a huge contributor to weight gain. Do you best to not worry, find some peace and rest hon.

There has definitely been a lot of stress! You're not wrong there. I think I've been eating more because of it too. I've always been a stress/emotional eater. Thank you for the advice. I didn't even think about my stress levels until you said that!


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1 minute ago, Honeybee17 said:


There has definitely been a lot of stress! You're not wrong there. I think I've been eating more because of it too. I've always been a stress/emotional eater. Thank you for the advice. I didn't even think about my stress levels until you said that!

You're welcome hon. I am an emotional eater as well...I can relate! You can get back on track for sure...just don't stress over it. LOL :)

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