January Challenge!

Welcome 2017!
We love the new year – it brings about feelings of hope and change.
We are kicking the year off with our second challenge (our first one was Facebook-only)!
For the month of January, our challenge is …
MOVEMENT! 
Movement is KEY to WLS success. While some of us may be more mobile than other, SOME kind of […]

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**NEW** Mini E Cookbooks are Here!!

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COMING SOON!! New Mini E-Cookbook Collection!!

We are so excited to announce the launch of our new Mini E-Cookbook Collection!
Three cookbooks specially designed for Bariatric Patients  with a lot of fun and variety to keep you from getting burned out and bored!
So without further ado …

COMING SOON!!
Meat Bite Madness
Won Ton Wonderland
and
Slider Showdown!
Each E-Book contains 20 brand-new recipes full of fun and […]

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Bariatric WOE’s Part 5: The Ketogenic WOE + 1 Day Sample Meal Plan

After the first six months of bariatric surgery, there is something in our body mechanisms that changes. Our weight loss slows down, some of us reach our goal weight (or are getting very close to), and for some, the weight loss stops completely. It’s at this point that we need to change something up either […]

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Bariatric WOE’s Part 4: The Paleo WOE + 1 Day Sample Meal Plan

After the first six months of bariatric surgery, there is something in our body mechanisms that changes. Our weight loss slows down, some of us reach our goal weight (or are getting very close to), and for some, the weight loss stops completely. It’s at this point that we need to change something up either […]

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8 Bariatric Rules We ALL Need To Follow

If you ask anyone in the bariatric community, there’s a good chance that you will get a handful of different responses when it comes to the “rules” they were told to follow prior to surgery. Even so, there are a handful of these guidelines that seem to be exactly the same across the board, regardless […]

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Bariatric WOE’s Part 2: The Standard Bariatric WOE + 1 Day Meal Plan Example

After the first six months of bariatric surgery, there is something in our body mechanisms that changes. Our weight loss slows down, some of us reach our goal weight (or are getting very close to), and for some, the weight loss stops completely. It’s at this point that we need to change something up either […]

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Finding Your Bariatric Way of Eating: Part 1

After the first six months of bariatric surgery, there is something in our body mechanisms that changes. Our weight loss slows down, some of us reach our goal weight (or are getting very close to), and for some, the weight loss stops completely. It’s at this point that we need to change something up either […]

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Jen: Getting Real About BED and Diet Obession

It’s no secret that I’ve spent YEARS being obsessed with diets and dieting, always searching for the “next best thing” that will get me “thin” once and for all. For such a long time it was never about getting healthy, it was about getting skinny.

Growing up, I was in a school where the average […]

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Why I Don’t Support The Pouch Test for Sleevers

By Jen:

**WARNING** This post is a controversial subject in the WLS Community. Please keep your comments resectful.

I am not a doctor or nutritionist, all the information given here has come from my own personal research in articles and books on weight loss surgery. If you would like to know my sources, let me know and […]

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