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42 minutes ago, Mari02 said:

You look amazing! Can I ask how much exercising you incorporated after surgery to achieve your goal?

I haven’t started working out 😬😬😬 oops!

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That’s great you look that good, and haven’t had to start exercising yet. I am 3 weeks post op and struggling with eating. May I ask what your typical day looks like food wise?

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2 hours ago, Mari02 said:

That’s great you look that good, and haven’t had to start exercising yet. I am 3 weeks post op and struggling with eating. May I ask what your typical day looks like food wise?

Premier choc Protein Shake when I wake up, a serving of cheese for a mid morning snack, a yogurt before lunch, lunch is a small salad with chicken breast/corn/black beans/cheese, and then I eat whatever I want the rest of the day. Sometimes a Protein Bar throughout the day, just depends. Typically, I eat healthy but I don’t deny myself anything I want bc I eat such tiny portions it doesn’t add up to be nearly as much crap as I ate before the surgery!

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1 hour ago, 1-Chance said:

Omg!! You look amazing!!!

Sent from my LM-X410(FG) using BariatricPal mobile app

Thank you 😘😘😘

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All of us are in agreement you look great and save your money . Go on a Cruise or a fancy trip and treat yourself. I too am starting this journey. I just wish I would done it when I was young. Keep us posted on your journey.

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Girl!!! You look AMAZING!! Take a trip for your birthday! You don't need surgery!

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1 hour ago, Jacquie1952 said:

All of us are in agreement you look great and save your money . Go on a Cruise or a fancy trip and treat yourself. I too am starting this journey. I just wish I would done it when I was young. Keep us posted on your journey.

Thank you so much! Good luck with your journey as well!!!

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1 hour ago, Mj77803 said:

Girl!!! You look AMAZING!! Take a trip for your birthday! You don't need surgery!

Thank you! I might just do that!!!

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8 hours ago, Losingit2018 said:

Amazing transformation. Congratulations!

Thank you 😘

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8 hours ago, Jon_gets_skinny said:

From a males perspective, I think you look amazing just the way you are :) Agreed with others, save the money and do a trip!

Thank you ☺️

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Rock that bathing suit girl!!! You look totally awesome, small waist, and may not need any plastics. You could just wait a couple years and see how much tightens up because you are still young. (Especially if you are not done having children, you didn't elaborate on that part)

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