Advice for a veteran who is lost

Dr.vadac
on 6/15/17 2:46 pm

Hello

I had gastric bypass in 2009 and lost from 280 to 135 within the 1st year. I've

Did well with eating but due to a diagnosis of MS that I've lived with for 20 years, I've

encountered recent mobility challenges. Within the last 18 months I've had to resort to

canes walkers and a scooter. Since then I have gained over 40 lbs and have gone from

size 12 to 18. This is unacceptable. I need help with diet and movement. Determined to

live in weightless victory. Thanks for your support. Dr. VadaC

Cathy H.
on 6/20/17 1:44 pm
VSG on 10/31/16

I suggest you repost this in the General Discussion forum, you might have better luck asking a broader audience:

http://www.obesityhelp.com/forums/amos/

CW: 168 New Goal: 150 ............. Livin' La KETO Loca!!
Goal reached 9/15/17, (10.5 months)! 124 lbs since surgery, 185 overall!!
SW*: 299 GW: 175 HW 7/2014: 360 PSW* 5/2016: 330 *PSW=Prog Start Wt; SW=Surgery Wt





H.A.L.A B.
on 6/23/17 2:59 pm
RNY on 05/14/08 with

I hate to tell you taht - but movement - exercise is secondary to weight loss, diet is the primary reason we can lose weight.

we also may lose muscles when we don't exercise - put strains on them.

Exercise is good for us - for circulation... diet- is what really helps us lose weight.

I started exercise more because I wanted to gain some weight. I wanted to gain muscles. And prevent my muscles loss. so far I stopped the loss.

good luck...

Hala. RNY 5/14/2008; Happy At Goal =HAG

"I can eat or do anything I want to - as long as I am willing to deal with the consequences"

"Failure is not falling down, It is not getting up once you fell... So pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and start all over again...."

barber64
on 6/25/17 11:31 am - Temecula, CA
VSG on 06/06/12

I hear you. Join the club.

I don't want to go on the scale because I don't want to know the truth.

4 months ago I had knee problems but it was behind my knee.

I have no insurance to see why my knee is swollen. Lucky I have no water in my knee. But I can't put pressure on my knee. Squats are out of the question. More the 30 min walks my knee swelled up.

But going on OH is helping me my brain to get back on track.

I'm 5 years out

                
hollykim
on 6/26/17 3:09 pm - Nashville, TN
Revision on 03/18/15
On June 15, 2017 at 9:46 PM Pacific Time, Dr.vadac wrote:

Hello

I had gastric bypass in 2009 and lost from 280 to 135 within the 1st year. I've

Did well with eating but due to a diagnosis of MS that I've lived with for 20 years, I've

encountered recent mobility challenges. Within the last 18 months I've had to resort to

canes walkers and a scooter. Since then I have gained over 40 lbs and have gone from

size 12 to 18. This is unacceptable. I need help with diet and movement. Determined to

live in weightless victory. Thanks for your support. Dr. VadaC

I lost 122# and have kept it off for seven years with no exercise at all.

it is not about what you do st the gym, it is about what you choose to put in your mouth.

 


          

 

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