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September 28, 2006

I’m gonna eat everything I wanna eat before my Weight Loss Surgery!

Chris_eating_before_gastric_bypass This is an interesting story about Chris Stockbridge from Boston. He will soon face Gastric Bypass Surgery and guess what… he is eating himself to death before the operation to enjoy it while he can.

I am sorry to say, but I can bet he will not be as successful with his operation as he could be. He probably does not know that Weight Loss Surgery is much more than a medical procedure; you have to program yourself mentally first and for the rest of your life. If you think it the way Chris is doing it, it will probably be a failure. Click here to read his story, and for more information on how your mind is equally as important as the surgery, click here to read what I wrote about it a few weeks ago. (Photo by Douglas McFadd, BostonHerald)

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Marie

Likeyou, I think he's setting himself up for failure. My surgeon recommended I try to LOSe weight before surgery, not gorge myself beforehand, and I think I would've done even better than I have, if I had gotten myself USED to how one has to eat afterwards, beforehand.

Oddly, I thought I'd make sure and have "all the foods I love" right before, but the night before surgery, I was so busy that I didn't even realize I hadn't, till it was too late...

Sd

I did eat a few things on a list before surgery e.g. pork belly, snails, pork chops and prawns. My mind is completely set at success - my doc said I didn't have to diet before.

Marybeth

What a dour prediction.

I did the same thing; I held "funerals" for all of the foods that I knew I would be bidding farewell. It was my last hurrah and I never looked back. Many have done the same.

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