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On 08/07/2018 at 10:54, Stacey-July 2018 said:



I had my surgery on the 9th and I am eating soft foods. I am eating pretty much any meat and just making sure it is juicy. I have been eating vegetables some too, but that's about it. All of the sugar free stuff makes me feel nauseous now so I'm not having any of that anymore.


What type of vegetables

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4 hours ago, clsumrall said:

The dry and metal taste in your month can be ketosis which means you’re burning fat. Make sure you up your plain Water and good fats ( small amount) you all are awesome doing great

Thanks!

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I’m not allowed steak or any beef products until the 6th month mark.. grr it’s rough but I too have felt like I stalled as soon as I started real food.. I have stuck with chicken, tuna, and eggs. I may have a bite of something here and there but I have not cheated like I could have.. I have even been walking over 10000 steps a day for the month of August. I had the sleeve procedure on July 10. Help!!

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2 minutes ago, Simpson062681 said:

I’m not allowed steak or any beef products until the 6th month mark.. grr it’s rough but I too have felt like I stalled as soon as I started real food.. I have stuck with chicken, tuna, and eggs. I may have a bite of something here and there but I have not cheated like I could have.. I have even been walking over 10000 steps a day for the month of August. I had the sleeve procedure on July 10. Help!!

Hi there. I had the sleeve July 10th also and feel as though once I started real food my weight loss slowed. It’s frustrating. Are you taking in enough fluids? That’s the biggest thing I read about on these boards-how important fluids are to aid in the weight loss process. Other than that, not sure what else we can do except wait it out.

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