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Common Food Issues After Weight Loss Surgery

One of the important things I learned after having weight loss surgery, is that there is many foods that I can no longer tolerate. Many will find that after weight loss surgery there are certain foods that you can either no longer eat, or if eaten these things it can cause […]

Popular Apps Great For Weight Loss Surgery Patients-Baritastic App

So with technology being such a prevalent part of our lifestyles it is nice to know there are great apps out there just for us weight loss patients. We all have our smart phones on us and if we can use some great apps to help us along the way I think it just makes […]

Interview With Robert: Life After Gastric Bypass Surgery

So today I am thrilled to share an interview I did with a local gastric bypass patient and friend Robert. Robert’s Mother and I have been Facebook friends for years and I had heard a little bit about his own personal journey but was thrilled that I could interview him and learn even more. Recently […]

Dating After Weight Loss Surgery

So you have lost tons of weight and you are feeling amazing about yourself, should you jump on the dating bandwagon and dip your toes in? The answer is YES, if you go into the dating scene with your eyes wide open. When I started dating at the first of last year it was all […]

When Bad Habits Creep Back In After Weight Loss

I will be the first to admit that with getting back into the swing of life and work and a new love, it is easy to let those old bad habits creep back into our lives. We all fall victim to this in some sort or fashion and it is the one thing as weight […]

Understanding Head Hungry and Real Hunger

So when you undergo Gastric Sleeve or Gastric Bypass surgery your new stomach is now referred to as a pouch, because your stomach is now much much smaller than that of an average person. In the beginning it is very easy to read your new pouch and know when you are full, but when you […]

600 Lb Life: Truth Hits Close to Home

On tonight’s episode we were introduced to Brittani, she was a reminder of myself in so many ways. The reason I watch this show faithfully is because it is a great reminder of where I was, and in some aspect it also shows struggles I still have in my journey of weight loss. Even though […]

Losing a Friend To Transfer Addiction: The Reality of Weight Loss Surgery

On my blog I have talked a little bit about the effects of transfer addiction and how this is something that everyone who is thinking of having weight loss surgery or have had the surgery should be aware of. The definition of transfer addiction is replacing your food addiction after having surgery with another addiction […]

One Year Post Gastric Bypass, Any Regrets?

So one of the questions I get asked alot either on Facebook, Twitter or in person is now that you are one year out post gastric bypass surgery do you have any regrets? The honest answer is “No” because my life is 100 times happier, more energetic and fulfilling. But along with all the great […]

Spitting Nails or Throwing My TV Out The Window Part 2

So as stated in my last blog post I was watching a recent update on the second year after surgery on Penny, and I have to secretly admit I was praying Penny had changed and I would be crying tears of joy at her progress. Sadly that is not the case, it starts out with […]


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