Just joined in hope of some support and good information. Is there anywhere on this site that provides nutrition information? Like a suggested healthy meal planner or something?
I had the gastricbypass surgery in I have gain most of my weight back and i want to get back on track. If uou know a good dietitian and nutrition please please letme know thank you all in advance
I am 16 years out from a roux en y bypass. I have gained a hundred pounds back, but still am 95 pounds less than my starting point. I have always had issues surgery wise, as I still have a hole where my incision was and it only recently stopped leaking. I also have a hernia on my incision line. I'm a mess. I would like to have my hernia fixed and a revision done at the same time. Anyone been in this boat?
I believe I am looking for high protein and lower carbs. If anyone has something else to suggest feel free I am open to almost anything. But I am a very picky eater
I am having a hard time just finding the energy and motivation to even start anything. I know what I need to do, i make the plan to do it but then just can't bring myself to get moving. It's like I talk myself out of it before I even get started.
I've been on a diet all my life since 9 years old. I'm 42 now.. I have done , Xenidrine ...weight watchers ... Richard Simmons sweatin to the oldiesDEAL A MEAL. The cambridge diet, Atkins ...Doctor Phil's How's that working for you?HCG( 5 rounds from 2 different drs). At different times ,CONTRAVE.. phentermine... Intermittent fasting (phenphen in the 90s). I'm tired of taking pills and shots they are very expensive. Just wondering if and when it's time to do gastric… read more
So have heard a lot about blood group diets and the miracle cabbage soup diet. I just want to know...
1. How safe are they?
2. Do they really work?
3. Would you advice me to go on any of them?