Hi all. I had rny surgery in 2007 and lost 100lbs. I was doing great for many years but recently gained some weight back. After reading a lot, I decided I needed to go back to basics. I've stopped drinking with my food, focus on high protein, low ca
Hi all! I had my bloodwork done and am amazed at the results 10 years out. I am very deficient in magnesium, vitamin C, mostly all Bs, D, iodine and some others I don't recall now. I am also very high on aluminum (doctor recommended I switch over to
I am trying to lose 16lbs of regain and have cut out as many carbs from my diet. The first week of back-to-basics, I lost 5.5lbs. This week, although I have continued with the same type of diet, my weight is stuck. I am wondering if I'm doing someth
Hey all! So, as most of you know, I am trying to get back to basics and cut out carbs, sugar, etc. I have been doing great and even feel more energy than most days. However, two days in a row, at about an hour after lunch, I've noticed that I have b
I'm so excited to report that I started my back-to-basics diet 6 days ago, cutting out mostly all carbs - no sugar, bread or pasta, and I already lost 5.5lbs. of my regain. I'm also counting calories on MyFitnessPal app and trying to walk a bit more.
Ok. I must confess. I have NEVER liked water. Never. No matter how much I try, what I add to it, or how thirsty I am, I can never sip on water. Immediately after my surgery, I noticed that every time I tried to drink water, I'd get stomach pains -
Before surgery I was completely addicted to Coke. I had to have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner plus in between. After surgery, I couldnâ€™t have it soI learned to drink coffee. Unfortunately, I found Starbucks to be delightful in itâ€™s mocha form.
Hello. I had RNY gbs TEN years ago in Bogota, Colombia. I initially lost 100 lbs and was feeling great!!! Since then, I have regained 25 lbs and am desperate to get back to basics. I need support from other veterans. I know that it all starts with