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Ganny
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Hi Rose,
I agree with all Lesley says, I am just over the year post bypass and I have the odd blip, put on a couple of pounds but if I knuckle down it soon comes back off again. I go to Weight Watchers every week now as I have to work at loosing the weight and I find that I can keep control of what I am eating and my portion sizes by writing everything down and I am haveing a steady weight lost now about a pound a week though this week I am expecting a little weight gain as I am away in Devon at my son.s and I am not so in control of what I am eating but I also know that I can’t over eat (I know my limits) don’t what the embrassment of foaming or dumping lol.
Bypass is a great tool that you have been given not a quick fix so work with it not against it and I am sure if you cut your portion sizes down you will get back on track.
Elaine xx

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