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Lauren
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Hi Summer

I have never counted calories in the three years since I’ve had my bypass. Eating until you are full is also a bit of a dodgy one as it varies so much from person to person. I think in our hearts we know what we need to eat and how much of it. I concentrated on the best nutrition I could tolerate as I wanted to be fit and well more than I wanted to be lighter but that’s just me. Small regular ‘eating events’ is what worked for me as it ensured that I never felt hungry. I still do the same now. I have maintained my weight loss for about 20 months now and still eat tiny amounts (although I do have the odd treat of course just like ‘normal’ people do!)

Small, regular amounts of food keeps our metabolism ticking over which helps us to be healthy, have energy and free from the risk of cheating. Also WATER. I can’t stress that enough. Not only does it fill you up, it is nature’s healer. Just sip throughout the day to keep everything running smoothly (including you to the loo lol!)

Hope this is of some help. Feel free to private message me if you need anything.

Love Doodah x

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