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I recently took a trip for about a week and a half...now I'm home and hardly any restriction. The only thing i can think of is elevation change? Roughly 6100-3000....

No unusual issues like pain or stuck episodes.

Thinking i should do liquids for A week?

This ever happen to anyone?

Thanks in advance!!😊

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I think it was eating and partying. Go back to your rules of the Forever Plan and observe them strictly. Cut back on carbs temporarily and get your Water in. Give it 4 days and you should begin to feel it again...

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Your probably right....I'm not much for the party life lol but i definitely ate more....especially at lunches where i usually opt for a Protein shake😔

Thanks!

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The more I eat, the more often I eat, and the crappier I eat, the more I CAN eat and the more I WANT to eat. :) It's due to conditioning your brain for reward and engaging the hedonic pleasure center, but also because of blood sugar and insulin rollercoasters.

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13 hours ago, FluffyChix said:

I think it was eating and partying.

Gotta second that one above. However if it is elevation Im going to Denver to loosen myself up, I am to restricted

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Lol @AJ Tylo I read that elevation changes often mess with the band....was hoping it was the band and not me! But looking back guess i did indulge just a bit....

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