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So true, learning to love real whole food instead of processed food and Snacks. It's a whole new way of eating for me.

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6 minutes ago, Mikeyy said:

Get rid of the bread your body will reject it after surgery

That's not necessarily true for every case... But less is better for weightloss phase

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1 hour ago, shanshan said:

My Breakfast for this morning. With a bottle of Water and lemon.Healthy and yummy. Healthy foods can be yummy. (And I ate half the toast). too.Snapchat-800311646.thumb.jpeg.5bf57d2f232b78ad5d8113863ba8576a.jpeg
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1 hour ago, GreenTealael said:

That's not necessarily true for every case... But less is better for weightloss phase

Yes, quite correct. The bread isn't a real high nutritional density food, so is best left until later, though I started having small sandwiches again after a while as a pre-workout snack (relatively high complex carb, moderate Protein, low to moderate fat) which broke through the wall I was hitting after an hour in the pool - so the complex carb in it was an essential nutrient unto itself in that case.

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