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I had the RNY gastric bypass with Pompeii back on 10/16/19, and im trying out a tiny sandwhich and i took only 2 decent bites and now im full. Has anybody ever tried bread?

also my weight loss has slowed , i started at 252lbs and now im 215lbs. does anybody know why it drags down to a snail pace with weight loss?

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No Freakin way the bread will kill ya .... to early

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4 minutes ago, DeadSpaceGrave said:

I had the RNY gastric bypass with Pompeii back on 10/16/19, and im trying out a tiny sandwhich and i took only 2 decent bites and now im full. Has anybody ever tried bread?

also my weight loss has slowed , i started at 252lbs and now im 215lbs. does anybody know why it drags down to a snail pace with weight loss?

Two months out, Right? This is your first and only post.

Follow your food plan. If a sandwich is on your plan, no need to ask for permission to eat it.

Stalls can happen - Search this site for the topic stalls. Many reasons for weight loss to slow down. Log your food, stay within your weight loss calories/ macros, exercise. and hydrate.

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I didn't try bread for over a year out from surgery. I did try toast about 6 months out. It was meh! I guess if you don't eat it for a while, you don't really miss it. I am two years two months out from surgery and I still struggle with eating bread, toast I can do, however bread isn't really a thing for me any longer.

Good luck with your small sandwich. Just small bites and chew the heck out of it.

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is bread on your surgeon's plan? It wasn't on mine. If it's on yours, then fine - but follow your plan.

yes, weight loss does slow down after the first month or two. But 40 lbs in two months is a lot!

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I am having toast maybe twice a week, BUT my dietician has told me to have it due to issues I'm having. Absolutely do what everyone has suggested and stick to the diet plan your team gave you or you are just setting yourself up to fail you know?

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I'm just starting solid type food and after a few bites I'm done. I would not touch anything heavy like bread or rice or Pasta as it can expand in your tiny pouch and be uncomfortable.

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yes, im released on any food restrictions but i got full after 1 and 1/2 bites so i wont eat that again unless the bread was a wrap with chicken or something...

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