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5 years ago I laid on the table and had life changing surgery! I was sleeved. And I felt renewed. I got down to 138 by my birthday in December I looked and felted wonderful. I ended up at 142-145 and was ok with that . Life took me for a ride and now for the past year I’ve put on 20 pounds I know where I went wrong the hardest part is support and getting mentally back on track if you have any advice I’m open

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I was sleeved in August 5 years ago I should add!

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Get back to focusing on your Protein first and staying away from the unnecessary sugars. You got this. Easier to do it now then let it go longer.

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Thank you for your answer! Do you have to remember the measurements how many ounces of Protein each meal I know it’s a cup of food which is a challenge now lol but I can’t find my diet plan! I know everyone is different

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At this point since your so far along, i would just try to give yourself a daily calorie intake you want to hit. then base your meals off of that, and Protein first. If you stay under your calories for the day, regardless of what you eat, you should lose and then maintain the desired weight. I would say 1500 calories a day, but maybe you want to get with a nutritionist and have them reevaluate your BMR.

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Got it! Thank you so much ..

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