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Life after weight loss surgery

Life after weight loss surgery is great! I would be completely lying if I said it did not come with its challenges. We must understand that bariatric surgery is JUST A TOOL. You must do right by the surgery in order for it to do right by you. You must understand that a change is needed in order for you to get better results than what you currently have. For example, if you want to lose 10 pounds but you eat poor and do not exercise... you results will not be positive. You must change to healthier habits in order to have positive weight loss results

Here are some changes that I made after weight loss surgery

  1. no longer drink soda

  2. limit all BAD carbohydrates and sugar

  3. eat chia seeds with nearly every meal

  4. exercising between 3-6x per week

  5. stop eating after 10pm

  6. stop eating when I'm full

  7. choose healthier options

Realistically, of I'm not perfect, nor do I try to be. I try to better and better each day. I try to always remember why I started this weight loss journey. I try to all keep in mind what my goals and how I can achieve them.

Moral of the story: you have to TRY!

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