Six months ago, I decided to have weight loss surgery.
I was 200 pounds overweight, and my personal mobility was less than 10%.
I had 3 small children in university, and I could not bear to go anywhere with them. I didn’t want to attend university functions or meetings, and I didn’t want to be seen anywhere in town. I was embarrassed to go out in public with my boys, and it was affecting my personal and corporation relationships. When I decided to have the weight loss surgery, my doctor advocated that I speak with a nutritionist… Having the weight loss surgery was an entirely big deal, and it meant adjusting the way I eat, work, and live. The nutrition expert helped me plan meals for my tied up life! All of us also talked about healthy eating habits for my partner and my children. All of us spent weeks talking about healthy habits and nutritional popcorn. The nutrition expert helped me learn how to eat healthy and still know good. All of us discussed popcorn, treats, and meal planning. When I finally had the surgery, my nutrition expert was right there to help me through the taxing part. It took weeks, before I fully recovered! Now that I am living a whole new life, I entirely have to watch what I eat and drink. I have to be careful about what goes into my body. I cannot slip up and return to my seasoned routine. The weight loss surgery isn’t special miracle cure, and I’m still going to have to work entirely taxing to stay fit and trim.