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13 months post op. This saved my life. Everyone asks me if I would do it again. And I would !! It's hard. It's not a magic pill. You have to be ready for a life change. Not just something that will shrink your stomach so you can't eat as much. It's only a tool. As long as you go into it like that, I believe you will be successful. I am 170 lbs down in 13 months and it is life changing.

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Wow, such a change! You look terrific!

Thanks for sharing, it's so inspiring.

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You look amazing! Great work! I hope I can say the same in a year 😀

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3 hours ago, BrodieGL25 said:

170 lbs down in 13 months and it is life changing.

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@BrodieGL25

how much weight did you loose?

beautiful, beautiful - great pics

hope you never tire of hearing how amazing you look

wish everyone would realize WLS is not that magic pill to weight loss

nothing is easy - but working hard - rewards are so worth it

170 lbs gone (don't look at me, i didn't take them):lol:

good luck with maintenance - let the fun begin!!

kathy

congrats

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You look great. What is your normal daily meals look like now? How about when you dine out?

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Gosh! You look freaking fantastic! Congrats! I have the same amount to lose! I hope I look as good as you do!

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You look great. What is your normal daily meals look like now? How about when you dine out?

Hi there. I have really gotten used to Portion Control for sure !!! I stick to Protein first and don’t drink anything within 45 minutes before or after eating ... NEVER. I eat my protein first then try to take a couple of bites of the other stuff. I have learned that I have to stop eating and give myself about 5-10 minutes to determine if I am full or not. For some reason , my brain doesn’t register it with the food in front of me and while I’m eating. .. weird. So I rely on myself to stop and wait and decide if I can’t take a few more bites. Sometimes , I will get up and walk around or walk outside or to the bathroom or something like that so I don’t just sit there on front of the plate of food. Why ??? Because it’s STILL a struggle. That’s what I want people to know ..... it’s not magic. Your hunger for food doesn’t go away. Your desire to taste good food doesn’t go away. It’s still there. You just have to learn to deal with it. I wake up every day and day “ ok, we got this “ ..... truly is a change of life and how you have to view food. It’s fuel not comfort.

Now don’t get me wrong ... I don’t want to scare anyone and make anyone think that I haven’t indulged. I absolutely do have a couple of bites of ice cream once a week. Or I eat a cookie once a week. Or I take a couple of bites of desert every now and then when I’m out dining. But it’s a treat and it’s only usually a bite or two at the most just to satisfy me and help me not feel deprived.


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Wow!! You look fantastic!

Awesome job...congratulations!

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Did that say you lost 170 lbs? That's amazing in 13 mos!

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13 months post op. This saved my life. Everyone asks me if I would do it again. And I would !! It's hard. It's not a magic pill. You have to be ready for a life change. Not just something that will shrink your stomach so you can't eat as much. It's only a tool. As long as you go into it like that, I believe you will be successful. I am 170 lbs down in 13 months and it is life changing.
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OMG WOW! You are an inspiration!

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13 months post op. This saved my life. Everyone asks me if I would do it again. And I would !! It's hard. It's not a magic pill. You have to be ready for a life change. Not just something that will shrink your stomach so you can't eat as much. It's only a tool. As long as you go into it like that, I believe you will be successful. I am 170 lbs down in 13 months and it is life changing.
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Amazing...

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Wow!!!!!!!! You are gorgeous!! WELL DONE!!![emoji106][emoji106][emoji106][emoji106][emoji106]

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