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I'm 10 months in gastric bypass and lost about 80 so far, and haven't last anymore since October. I know I'm eating wrong and what to change and eat things I know will make me sick. I'm ashamed of myself and want to change. I drink with food and over eat because of that. If I don't I can only eat about 4-6 of depending on what it is.. I look at calories and carb and try to stick it out at work. shake in the morning an Adkins meal for lunch by then it's like 500+ plus and feel that I've over eaten by then and then get home and stress over it and eat more.

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On the positive plus side you've lost 80 pounds. OMG! That's GREAT! Way to go! Try to get back to eating like you did in the first month post-op, 600-800 calories/day, 60 g of Protein, 64 oz of Water.

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Get rid of those drinks! That's a huge rule not only to losing the weight and maintaining your loss but also it impedes your body from absorbing the nutrients it needs to be healthy!

Seriously. If you need to get back on track, take the baby steps to do so.

Start with going back to rule #1 - no drinking before and after meals! Then start focusing on what you're eating.

You can do this!

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Does this seem normal or to much? I just ate an Adkins meal it says 255g and when in oz it's like 8 oz or so.. is that to much or about right? I feel a slight discomfort afterwards and think either I ate too fast or to much.

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Get rid of those drinks! That's a huge rule not only to losing the weight and maintaining your loss but also it impedes your body from absorbing the nutrients it needs to be healthy!
Seriously. If you need to get back on track, take the baby steps to do so.
Start with going back to rule #1 - no drinking before and after meals! Then start focusing on what you're eating.
You can do this!
I still don't eat with out a drink 2 1/2 years later. I have a drink in my hand at all times. I get choked very easily and it terrifies me.


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