A Practical Guide to Life After Bariatric Surgery

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This book in particular is superb and I would argue the most important of all for long term success. It gives a non-sugar-coated view of the challenges that lie not just beyond the surgery, but where the rubber really meets the road: a year or two or after the surgery. That is when the real work seems to start, and ultimate success or failure is decided.

 

The book presents a consistent and realistic portrayal of where the secrets to long-term success lies. There is no magic bullet. This is a lot of work, and it requires one to be on guard for those nasty food habits we’ve learned. Emotional eating, food-centric social situations, loss of motivation (especially with exercise) and a host of other challenges will always be lurking in the chronically obese person’s life. This book offers some simple guidelines for managing those challenges, and advice on when to look for help from others.

 

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0976852616/makingthebe08-20

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