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Gastric Bypass Before and After: Adjustments to Expect

  
  
  
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It’s no question that gastric bypass surgery is a life-changing experience. Not only does it change the way you feel, but it also changes the way you act and live as you know it.  It is a highly effective option when thinking about long-term weight loss that leads to a healthier life. However, there are numerous adjustments with gastric bypass, before and after surgery, that require everyday changes that you may not be used to. Commitment and motivation are the elements of success when integrating these changes to your life. However, it definitely helps to know what those changes are. Here are some adjustments to your everyday routine that you can expect to make throughout your experience with gastric bypass and weight loss surgery.

6 Ways you might be Sabotaging your Weight Loss Results

  
  
  
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When trying to lose weight, you don’t want anything to slow you down. Unfortunately there are many things that can sabotage your weight loss results without you even realizing it. Here are six sneaky weight loss adversaries to avoid:

Bariatric Cookery…It’s Not Just About Eating Less!

  
  
  
describe the imageCarol Bowen Ball (the UK’s 1st Bariatric Cook) offers some advice: 

Losing and keeping the pounds off after weight-loss surgery largely depends not just on eating less, but upon eating the right foods, with the right nutrition, in the optimum amounts. But finding the foods you can, and moreover want to eat, and making the transition from your ‘old life’ to a healthy new one, can be challenging. Even if you know a great deal about nutrition, putting this into practise is hard.


Post Holiday Weight Loss Tips for Bariatric Surgery Patients

  
  
  
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We all tend to go a bit overboard during the holiday season. With so many delicious foods all around us, resisting that temptation can be difficult. Because of this, we often end up constantly snacking on high calorie holiday foods and overeating. For many of us, this leads to the dreaded post holiday weight gain. If you put on a few extra pounds after all of the holiday parties and family get togethers, you can still salvage your bariatric diet. Follow these holiday weight loss tips and you can quickly bounce back.

How to Set Realistic Weight Loss Goals for the New Year

  
  
  
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It happens every year. People set a New Year’s resolution to lose weight, are excited to commit to this goal for the first few weeks or maybe months, and then they completely fall off the wagon. While lack of dedication can be part of the problem, setting weight loss goals that are unrealistic could be an even bigger contributing factor. When you set unrealistic goals, you’re setting yourself up for failure. This year, make sure you set realistic weight loss goals so that you can stick with your resolution and lose the weight you want. 

How to Handle Weight Gain After Weight Loss Surgery

  
  
  
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Encountering weight gain after weight loss surgery is not a stumbling block most bariatric surgery patients like to think about. However, it is an experience many bariatric surgery patients face, so remember that you’re not alone and that you can bounce back. Here are a few tips for how you can rebound from your post-surgery weight gain. 

Overcoming a Weight Loss Plateau After Bariatric Surgery

  
  
  
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Hitting a plateau is common for people trying to lose weight, even after bariatric surgery. Many times patients will experience rapid weight loss in the weeks and months immediately following their procedure and then their weight loss becomes less gradual until it finally stabilizes. During this time it’s highly likely that you will experience a stall that can last days or weeks, even though you’re staying on track. When this happens, the worst thing to do is throw in the towel and let your plateau turn into an avalanche. Before you let it discourage you from furthering your progress, consider the following information to help you overcome your weight loss plateau after bariatric surgery.

Handling Setbacks: Life After Bariatric Surgery

  
  
  
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After having weight loss surgery and making the appropriate lifestyle changes to lose weight, nothing is more disappointing than gaining it back. Unfortunately, some weight loss surgery patients find themselves in this position. While weight regain does not have to be a part of your journey, you should know how to handle these types of setbacks. By preparing for life after bariatric surgery, you’ll have an easier time avoiding and overcoming any setbacks you face.

5 Post Bariatric Surgery Diet Rules You Can’t Break

  
  
  
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Your ability to stick to a healthy diet following weight loss surgery will play a big role in achieving you’re able to reach your weight loss goals. Initially, your surgeon will instruct you which foods are safe to eat as you recover. But once the recovery period ends and you’re physically able to eat many of the foods you could before, watching what you eat is all up to you. Make sure you keep these 5 post bariatric surgery diet rules in mind as you navigate your journey to good health.

3 Effective Weight Loss Surgery Motivation Tips

  
  
  
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Weight loss surgery is a phenomenal aid in helping people achieve their wellness goals, but it only works when paired with positive lifestyle changes like a healthier diet and regular exercise. Sometimes making these changes permanent can be difficult because people can lose motivation after they lose a lot of weight and hit a plateau. To avoid losing sight of your weight loss goals, keep these effective weight loss surgery motivation tips in mind.    

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