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I read that with gastric bypass your matabolism remains normal or returns to normal after a year, unlike with the biggest loser people who's matabolisms stayed damaged even after regaining the weight.

How about sleeve? Several years in is your matabolism normal?

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Yes research shows it works for the sleeve too.

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I am 5 years out and I don't get hunger at all. I hope and pray this never changes for me. Not that I don't fight with my mind all the time. The mind hunger is the worst to live with. Good Luck and I hoope everything works out for you too.

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