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I am a few days away from a month after my gastric bypass surgery , I have been doing everything my surgeon told me to do .

I can't believe i lost 65 lbs in 27 days !!!

I'm finally feeling happy , lighter, and healthier today.

If you are not extremely strong, physically but mostly mentally . This journey is not for you.

In my first month I overcame 2 major issues, on top of and including my surgery recovery.

Alcohol free " reversing a large fatty liver" and testosterone infections free too I'm proud of myself . natural test levels are not back yet but feeling better everyday. my energy level is increasing everyday. i do 2, 20 minute walks per day.

I really have no appetite, but i get my Vitamins and Protein Shakes in everyday. and Water .

my next diet stage is real soft food again, but i hate the full feeling so i rather just drink fluids.

thanks for all the advice on my previous posts i took them with a grain of salt. But everyone helped me find light at the end of the depression tunnel.

I will not try anything without dr. approval.

Anyone interested in healthy living and fatty liver issues, look up Dr. Berg on youtube and subscribe !!!! he's extremely helpful !!!

Edited by LarrySm88

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That's amazing progress! Congratulations and well done! 😊

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thanks so much , i recommend to everyone don't be in a rush to get back to eating , if you are taking the Vitamins, Protein and Water intake. If your not hungry don't eat. Ride out the no appetite as long as you can . I don't even think about food .

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