Hi guys! I just wanted to make a quick video with 3 tips that I think have helped with my success after gastric bypass surgery. Let me know your tips down in the comments+your instagram handle and I'll share a couple on my story next week!
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I weigh myself every day. I had bypass about 2 and a half months ago, and I'm averaging about 5 pounds lost a week, so I'm almost losing 1 pound a day. So far, I haven't hit a plateau yet. I also eat very little and do an hour or more of cardio at the gym every day.
As for measuring your food, I've found some foods I can eat 1 or 2 bites of, while others I can eat about half a cup. I'm guessing this isn't all that normal though.
As for sticking to the plan, I've stuck to the plan pretty carefully from the pre-op diet stage all the way up to a month after surgery. I really struggled to be able to eat all the food my doctors want me to. So I've had to retreat back to protein shakes. Once I got it in my head that as long as I'm taking my vitamins and hitting my hydration and protein requirements, I don't *have* to eat food any more, I've been a lot happier. I do eat a protein bar or some raw veggies here and there.
That scale has kept me on track for 11 years. I get on it at least every day or every other day.. I'd be a failure if I got on a scale once a month...I just think everyone has their own way of comfort in using a scale.. I have not regained all my weight loss back.
That is awesome!! I'm so happy for you! It is definitely different for everyone - I totally agree! I'm glad you know what works for you. I hope to be able to say the same in 11 years; again so awesome!! :)
Yes! That is what I’m seeing from people who have surgery. I’ve been watching a crazy amount of videos to learn from people . Love this video because it does help me get my mind set on track. Thanks girl!
Lots and lots of binge-eating or eating disorder specialized mental health treatment. I say this from experience. Even then you'll relapse every once in awhile (maybe only for a couple hours or a day, or longer sometimes), but you'll be able to identify your triggers and learn to use new coping mechanisms that will keep you from relapsing.
I know you asked in a previous video for some video ideas! Clothing hauls, talking about your struggles and what led you to the decision of weight loss surgery, workout routine (if you follow one), more cooking/food videos, grocery hauls, maybe a top 10 non scale victory video. I think you're adorable and so inspiring! 💪🏼❤️
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