Hello all, I am back for week number 3 of my weight loss journey. So before I share the results lets talk about how it has been going for me. This week it's been difficult for a couple of reasons.
Before I began my journey as a weight loss surgery patient, I had my questions about what happens in the pre and post operative process. I thought that someone had their stomach reduced to a fraction of what it once was and one had to eat smaller, healthier portions of food. I had no clue as to what the patient experienced mentally during the journey of choosing to have either gastric sleeve or gastric bypass surgery. I didn't know anything about the meetings with the doctor and nutritionist and the beginning of tracking what I ate, keeping my calorie count between 1,200 and 1,400 calories as well as having a letter approval from my primary care physician. I was able to opt out of the psychological evaluation because I was a personal pay. It's hard to say if it would have made a difference from then to today, I'm not sure but having counseling post-operative isn't a bad idea, no matter who you are.
I am on a mission to lose weight, lose my middle, and be healthy so I can live longer than my mom and maternal grandmother did (they both died in their early to mid-60s). Because I want more than 20 more years of living, I finally got serious about weight loss this month - because I turned 46.
what is leptitox
The leptitox supplement is a tried and tested dietary supplement, which helps to deal with the factors that cause poor weight loss results, like the cause of leptin and body fat resistance. The supplement also works in reprogramming the natural baseline and the hypothalamus to allow for fat release.
November: The month in which early (COVID aware) Christmas preparations begin. It's a cheery season of both festivity and hot chocolate.
1st)which sports best for burning fat?
2nd)which exercise for most consuming fat?
3rd)How long does exercise begin to burn fat?
In the world of weight loss plans there are myriad schools of thought including pills, fasting, calorie counting and forgoing certain types of food. It’s hard to make sense of it all. One place to start your weight loss journey is with books. If you’re a reader, the first step is figuring out what type of book will help you lose weight.
Two weeks ago I started a weight loss journey doing the Calorie Deficient diet which is where you eat no more than a certain amount of calories a day. It has been a pretty easy week, though usually when you start something new you can keep it up for a few weeks. After that the seriousness of what you're doing hits you. Some can't maintain the restrictions and some test the boundaries by saying 'well today I can eat more than I should because I can just eat less tomorrow'. The only problem with that; and I know it is for me is, that it becomes a constant thought and before you know you're not doing the diet.
Weight loss seems like it is a never-ending struggle for most of us. Don't you just hate it when you see a thin person that seems like they can eat anything and everything and never gain a pound? It sucks! Genetics does play a large role in that and it also plays a huge role for those of us that have a hard time losing weight. What now? What have you tried in the past? What worked? Probably nothing if you are reading this and considering having bariatric surgery.
This is a continuation in my series of things I am passionate about, in an attempt partly to get them out of my brain and partly to give me some focus and writing experience. Enjoy!
So here I am, laying in my bed all comfy and snug attending the bariatric seminar. It was so great to be able to attend this from the comfort of my bed. Not only was I so exhausted every day from being so overweight, but I will be the first to admit
Weight loss is so hard to accomplish.
We aren’t binge eaters because we choose to be. There is always some psychological factor that determines this choice, and this line of reasoning applies to all types of unhealthy eating/exercising patterns.