Weight Loss Surgery Blogs

Hollie's Weight Loss Blog


...ntinued with good eating and had my surgery on June 10. I am really convinced that doing the challenge before my surgery helped me with my recovery. Going in with a healthy body (or healthier) felt good. When I got out of the hospital my recovery went better than normal. I was up and walking around within a day and experience little to no pain. I continued to eat as well as I could but it ...


Blog Home - My Bariatric Solutions, Decatur TX


...e exercise mishaps out there, and though nobody is truly immune to injury, there are at least some things you can do to reduce your risk. Exercise can have some massive benefits, but injuries will turn a good thing into a terrible thing. Injury possibilities largely depend on what your workouts entail, but there are a few areas of the human body that are more problematic than others. Parr and Aiken point...


Bariatric Girl


...ll need to learn to let go. Have we forgotten some of the simple things? Assume = makes an a$$ out of you and me. When you are pointing at someone = three fingers are pointing back at you. I love this next section by Jack Canfield. *Are there people in your life who only have to walk into the room and totally drain you of energy? I refer to these people as psychic vampires. ...


The Most Inspiring Weight - Loss Blogs - Shape Magazine


...healthy weight, she fell in love with heavy weight lifting. Now, her focus is no longer about losing weight—check out her post Don't Call Me Skinny! —but on gaining strength. Fit This, Girl! At first glance roller derby girl, Punk Rope instructor, and personal trainer Mary of Fit This, Girl! doesn't look like she's ever had to worry about her weight. But six years ago she ...


Surgery for Weight Loss : What Are the Options


... diet can usually lose between 30 and 40 percent of excess weight with the gastric band procedure. Weight loss is slower with gastric band surgery and it may take up to five years for complete weight loss. Complications with adjustable gastric band surgery may include band slippage, band erosion into the stomach, and port-related problems, such as bleeding or infection....


Weight Loss Surgery Blog - BARIATRIC SURGERY SOURCE


...e side effects are less prevalent than with other procedures, but they do exist. Learn what they are and how to avoid them. Feb 09, 2015 Weight Regain One Year After Gastric Sleeve Surgery About a year and a half ago I had gastric sleeve surgery and lost about 30 kgs (66 lbs) which is perfect. However, my stomach stretched and I started to Feb 09, 2015 My Experience After Gastric Sleeve Surgery I am 3 years...


Weight Loss Blogs on Pinterest - 150 Pounds, Weights and Blog


...ight loss blogs I've read. Awesome health/fitness blog! _link_ fitness inspiration before and after, Fitness Motivation, fitspiration, fat loss before after You can't go fail with the best weight loss program in the world! Love it! NO Risk! Weight loss weight-loss weight-loss ---------- _link_ Check out this fat loss video - rule no 3 is mind-boggling! Finding Joy in the Journey More Inspiration Weight, Weight Loss Blogs, Health ...


WEIGHT LOSS SURGERY


...pressure, and heart or lung problems, are under control Nutritional counseling Classes to help you learn what happens during the surgery, what you should expect afterward, and what risks or problems may occur afterward You may want to visit with a counselor to make sure you are emotionally ready for this surgery. You must be able to make major changes in your lifestyle after surgery. If you are a...


A New You : Weight Loss Surgery


...ight loss success. Meeting other women who are going through the same experience can be tremendously helpful to you and to your long-term weight loss success. Woman’s hosts a monthly support group meeting open to all weight loss surgery patients. Weight Loss Surgery: What You Should Know Posted by: admin on Apr 05, 2016 in Surgery Do you remember what it’s like to f...


LivingAfterWLS Blog by Kaye Bailey


... after weight loss surgery. A well-made soup is a terrific remedy for carb cravings without taking us off-track in our post-WLS Protein First diet. (Protein First: Understanding and Living the First Rule of Weight Loss Surgery). The complex carbohydrates found in vegetables and fruit (celery, carrots, leeks, and prunes) and grains (barley) support our nutrition goals without adding empty calories from simple carbohydrates to o...


Weight Loss Surgery : What 50 Post - Op Patients have to Say


...ly “I was banded November 16, 2010…here is my story.” Former Fat Dudes “Life after WLS from a dude’s perspective.” Gastric Bypass Truth “Some say gastric bypass is the “easy way out.” I beg to differ. There are many things I wish I had known before taking the plunge.” Heather’s Lapband Journey “Hello, I’m Heather, I’m 25 years old and I live in Hollyweird, California. I got my lapband on ...


The 18 Best Weight Loss Blogs of 2015


...rgeted exercises for the abs and arms. She even has fashion tips that you can incorporate into your own closet. While workout trends can change, exercise itself is “always in style.” Advertisement Fit Sugar Fit Sugar Fit Sugar  shares the latest trends in fitness and healthy eating, along with some celebrity tips in between. This is a wide-ranging blog where you can find low-calorie meal ideas to k...


New Weight - Loss Surgery to Lose 20 - 50 Pounds - ABC News


...d 229 pounds before she paid a visit to Lavin. After POSE, she says, she has a new lease on life. "It was amazing," says Townsend. "I didn't have any pain or any nausea, or any of the things that you hear about with some of the other procedures that are done." Eve Talley, like most women, had tried diets for years but never got the results she wanted. Talley lost 12 pounds a month a...


Miles To Go - Weight Loss Surgery Blog - Gastric Bypass


...ying new varieties until you find the perfect fit. Taste them warm and cold. Each flavor and brand will taste different cold or at room temperature. Make your own flavors. Protein powders come in hundreds of ready-made flavors, but they also come in plain or vanilla, which lends itself to endless possible creations of your own liking. Have fun and experiement. Make hot coc...


Beauty and the Bypass — A Candid Look At Life After


...hat make it easy to stash in your pocket, briefcase, suitcase, or desk. My husband recently did a review of Six Nutrition Vitamins on my other blog, if you’d like to read about his experience. You can purchase Six Nutrition Vitamins from their website. Fit Frappe Protein Drink Since I had my gastric bypass surgery last year, I have been around the block and ba...


Bariatric Surgery Blog


...f course a thorough evaluation is often in order. This may require a colonoscopy since patients with a history of obesity have a higher risk of colon polyps and colon cancer. Posted by Avoiding Constipation after Bariatric Surgery Patients often complain of constipation after bariatric surgery. Constipation can happen a few weeks after surgery or complaints may continue for months o...


Weight Loss Surgery : What to Expect the


...oss Surgery Well before having bariatric surgery, patients begin taking steps in the right direction. Most insurance companies now require six months of presurgical patient education to prepare them, says Fernstrom. You must come to grips with eating patterns that have doomed you in the past, she explains. "Every severely obese person says they eat because it's fun, they're bored, they're at the movies and it's a social thing....


Obesity Action Coalition Treating Weight Regain after


... you are regaining weight? If a patient is suddenly able to tolerate much larger meals, experiences an increased frequency in the sensation of hunger or develops new or recurring acid reflux, then I am much more concerned that I am dealing with an anatomical problem (something wrong with the surgery). Anatomic problems are best diagnosed with an upper GI series or an uppe...


Miles To Go - Weight Loss Surgery Blog - Gastric Bypass


..., I decided to make a few more from some old worn-out denim jeans and some left over quilting fabrics. This year, I've decided to make these reversible handbags an on-going project. Yep! Now I'm making handbags and totes from old clothing for others who love them as much as I do. I'm placing a few on Etsy and I'm calling them "Double Take Totes"—by Julia Holloman, of cours...


Gastric Sleeve - Blog - Oregon Weight Loss Surgery, LLC


...h Magazine that she’s tried “every diet out there” without success, and has struggled with her weight for more than 30 years. Fed up with yo-yo dieting, and weighing 248 pounds, Lampanelli decided at age 51 that weight loss surgery was the next logical step. Less than 6 months after her surgery, she was down 80 pounds and fitting comfortably into a size 12. “The doctor who...


Weight Loss Surgery Blog - WeightWise Oklahoma


...o I don’t ever think that! But there are days that I’m just simply choosing not to workout. You know my saying, ” There are NO excuses, Just Choices” You choose to do what is important to you. Now I’m not saying we all don’t  need a day or two to just relax but we could enjoy our television time and also get up during commercials. An hour-long television show i...


Top 10 Bariatric Bloggers* - Nordbariatric Obesity Surgery


...0 Bariatric Bloggers* *Please note that each case is individual and the results may vary. There are various sources of information about weight loss surgery. We believe that reading true stories and learning about real experiences is one of the best ones. Therefore, we took the liberty to list what is, in our mind, the most interesting and inspiring weight loss surgery blogs. One of th...


Weight Loss Surgery Blog - Carolina Surgical


...eople to take advantage of the benefits of weight loss surgery.  This is especially true for people with type 2 diabetes who have a body mass index (BMI) less than 35.  Under current guidelines, such people do not qualify for bariatric surgery. An article in this month’s “Journal of the American College of Surgeons,” examines this issue ... What To Do With The Gallbladder During Bariatric Surgery Occasionall...


Recipes and advice for weight - loss surgery patients


...ound the UK’s number one website to support your new eating regime. Founded by a cookery writer and bariatric patient, Carol Bowen Ball, we know just what you need and have the answers to nourish, feed and inspire you. It is essential that bariatric patients follow strict guidelines concerning protein, fat, sugar and overall calories for weight-loss success; and also to a...


Is Weight Loss Surgery for You


...ic Bypass : Your doctor may call this "Roux-en-Y" gastric bypass, or RYGB. The surgeon leaves only a very small part of the stomach (called the pouch). That pouch can't hold a lot of food, so you eat less. The food you eat bypasses the rest of the stomach, going straight from the pouch to your small intestine. This surgery can often be done through several sm...


Weight Loss and Surgery, Body Blog


... is best used as a shaping procedure for the areas that will not go away with weight loss, rather than a method of weight loss. Tummy tucks (abdominoplasty) flatten your tummy by removing extra skin and tightening the core. The closer you are to your ideal weight, the more deflated the skin on your abdomen will be. Thus, the abdominoplasty can remove more skin and give you a fl...


Weight Loss – Carrots ‘N’ Cake


... club most mornings, taking Body Pump and spinning classes on a regular basis. Finding workout buddies helped too. I made some new friends who were avid runners and I began training for and participating in road races with them. Even though I was burning plenty of calories through exercise, I knew my eating habits were preventing me from losing weight. I wasn’t eating unhealthy foods—I stuck with salads, turkey ...


Gastric Bypass Truth - The Skinny On Life After Weight


...egaining control. And the good news is that the scale is still cooperating: 152 this morning. The bad news, however, is that I still feel like crap. Continue reading → Well, on Day 3 of my 5 Day Pouch Test ,  it’s getting easier. Yesterday was still tough. No solid food. By the end of the day I was tired and had a headache. I had drama practice in the evening ...


Theworldaccordingtoeggface : Life After Weight Loss Surgery


...e 140-200 calories per beer 150-200 calories each shot 300-800 calories per mixed drink and that is not including the hunk of aforementioned Gouda ;) or any other not so wise, under the influence, eating choices you might make. I plan my meals. When you drink booze, plans can get tossed aside. That is just not an option in my world. Alcohol consumption to excess is a problem for s...


Weight Loss Treatment and Bariatric Surgery - SSM Weight


...re than 1,750 life-changing and life-saving weight-loss surgeries to help our patients lead healthier and happier lives. We also offer a full-service, medically supervised diet and exercise program called HMR® (Health Management Resources). No matter what your health goals, the SSM Health Weight Management Services is dedicated to partnering with you to ensure the quality of life you seek and...


The 100 Most Inspirational Weight Loss Bloggers - Diet - to


...attitude that incorporates living life with the belief that we are all bombshells in our own way, and that getting healthy shouldn’t be about the way you look to others, but rather the benefits of the way it makes you feel. Patricia is down more than 100 pounds and was chosen to participate in the Woman’s Day Slim Down Project with Joy Bauer. Her blog has it all, too - including r...