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December 2019 Sleevers, how are you doing? What’s your stats?



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12/28:Started procedure at 277lbs

02/02: Down to 244

looking in the mirrors I feel great. When it comes down to eating it been an huge struggle. Trying to keep my head up!

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I'm down a little more than 35 pounds. Trying to get in lots of Protein, Water, and Vitamins. Exercise only walking at this point, because I still get really tired. I'm pretty strict following my plan. Dealing with some acid production at times, it doesn't burn, but it feels like bad hunger ache/pains. Still taking the prilosec once a day for it. Hope all the December sleevers are doing well.

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On 1/23/2020 at 1:32 PM, eporter said:

you're doing great! It may be easier to buy Protein Powder and mix it with something vs buying the shakes. I ujse Isopure unflavored Protein powder and it's 30g of Protein per scoop. Would last you longer than a package of shakes. Just use the powder once a day and eat the rest of you protein!

I am curious about the unflavored Protein Powder. Can you mix it with Water and/or herbal tea?

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I started on my surgery date (December 16th) at 207 and am now down to 172.2 (35 pounds). Going well. Trying to figure out more creativity on the Protein focused diet.

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