What I started with, what’s going home and what’s staying here. #bariatricdining (at J. Christopher’s East Lake)
#scalefreesummer #movethis #PhaseII Sub 20 min mile baby! Yassss. #wls #vsg (at Nickajack Elementary School)
Hiccups are my sign to stop eating. Some people get a runny nose. Some feel pressure in the chest or back.
A hiccup is a sign, to me, that my sleeve is full, stop now or suffer the consequences. I hate that overfull, sliming, gonna hurl feeling.
Pre op pictures I had saved. Don’t even recognize myself. #wls #vsg
Post workout, feelin’ myself shot.
#bariatricdining: Bought six fried unbreaded chicken wings. Ate 3. Hiccuped.
Hiccups = stop eating.
#scalefreesummer #phaseII #MoveThis Ima make it do what it do baby! 17.15 min mile! Yusssss. My weekend can begin.
*breaks down the door*
*runs in, screams in your face*
HEY WANT TO TALK ABOUT SILVER FOXES?!?!
#scalefreesummer one mile in under 20 mins! Yeah! #PhaseII #MOVETHIS
A person in my surgeon’s facebook group brought up a great topic about alcohol post surgery. Even if you’re drinking a spirit that is low in carbs, your body will metabolize alcohol before it burns fat.
Alcohol slows fat-burning. Although most spirits contain no carbs, your body will metabolize alcohol before fat—meaning alcohol serves as fuel before your body reverts to fat. So drinking slows down fat burning and may slow your weight loss.