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Old 04-25-2011, 10:27 PM   #5 (permalink)
mecompco
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Well, my take on the whole surgery thing (and I've nothing at all against those that choose that route) is that you need to follow a strict pre-op lower cal diet for some time. If you can do that, why not just keep doing it?

And, surgery is not a license to eat whatever you want. I know people who've had it done and wound up fat again. If you don't address the mental aspects of overeating, you CAN end up where you were pre-op (probably even worse off).

Not to mention the side effects and possible complications (death included) I just decided I'd never actually do it. Fortunately for me, tracking a lower calorie but reasonably filling amount of food and modest amount of exercise here on FitDay has worked really well for me.

Of course, I haven't maintained my loss yet so that may be the fly in the ointment. Time will tell!

I'm kinda rambling here, but really, I think we can come up with an eating plan that you can live with.

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Michael
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