hi i had the surgey i lost 50 pounds in less than 2 months now 10 months since surgey lgain 5 pounds, what can i do, i had diebities real bad, i was wearing the insulin pump, alsi i have sleep apnea, and i have a implanted pain pump for my back, i have nerve damage to my legs . so needles to say my drs has a handful with me but my question is all i want to eat is yogart i eat the fit and lit greek and krogers carb free. i still drink a proteen shake aday, my husband has been feeding a small potion of veggies and meat for supper but because of the meds im on i guess i just want the yogart or rice crispes and oat meal. im going to go see the dr tuesday. any sugestions
This diet is diabetic friendly, if you would like some nutrition info to print off to take with you to the doctor just let me know. I can get that for you too. I've had some absolute amazing transformations on my team with people who have had this surgery, of course always consult your MD if you aren't sure how something may react with your medications.
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