- HEALTH TRACKER
Thanks for the input everyone...guess my post sounded more serious than I intended.
Our 14th wedding anniversary is coming up and there are NO plans for divorce. I was just wondering if other WLS peeps have seen their partners gain weight. My husband will eventually decide to lose his weight ( I hope!) but I will never comment or tease him about it. He never did that to me, thankfully.
happy New Year!
Thanks so much for the tips!
I have to say that after losing 90 pounds in 9 months (240 to 150) and feeling fantastic about myself wearing the size 10 I haven't seen since high school, sweets are not worth going down the path to regaining...
Need to use my calories to add protein, which I've had some trouble with. My doc has ordered me to now get in 115 grams a day...so NO room for ANY junk at all! I've started doubling the protein powder in my morning shake to make it 60 grams including the milk. With half a banana and a few frozen strawberries, it's about 400 calories...doesn't leave much wiggle room.
Keep on keepin on, everyone :)
Turns out I can tolerate sugar...ice cream, candy, cake, oh my! Thought getting the bypass would save me from my cravings, but sugar doesn't seem to bother my pouch. I don't tolerate greasy food or large quantities, but I've been raiding my kid's Halloween goodies...and I know it's not good.
Any advice to stay out of the sugar bowl?