I try to get in a hour or more of exercise 3 to 5 times per week mostly for mental health and basic conditioning. I'm contemplating going to the gym now but it's late and I don't actually need to workout to keep thin. Now in my fourth year post WLS (DS
To be fair, I've been terrible with eating decisions and have lived with no restrictions on carbs, sugars, food of any kind. I had the SADi 3+ years ago and was very underweight from 10 months until recently. As a result, I graze constantly all day lon
I saw my WLS surgeon on Friday and he reiterated what you already see posted here all the time. Carbs are the main source of weight gain for everyone on the planet. Fats, Protein, Fiber, etc are all fine but the carbs are killer.
During my chec
This week is 3 years post op for me, after having the SADi DS in Nov 14. I know it's a controversial topic on this site so I'll stick to facts. My original surgery was scheduled as a DS, but the surgeon moved just before the surgery and left me high an
I had the SADi 3 years ago but it's been extremely similar to the standard DS in my experience, so I'm guessing some people share my eating experience.
Initially my goal weight was 185, but I ended up losing far more, down to 135lbs. I was some
The Bill Murray movie shows a guys that relives each day with no consequences for what he does. After deliberating killing himself by electrocution, jumping off a building, speeding off cliff etc, he finally gives up being a jerk and becomes a decent g