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First off, What are some Medifast recipes that use or ideas on how to use leftover mashed potatoes? Thanks for any answer or 2. 2nd question I got is.. Medifast diet and.

Exercise.

As Medifast diet and.

Exercise.

Are two of the most important factors in any weight loss plan, patients with the physical ability to.

Exercise.

After weight-loss.

Surgery.

Have increased chances of meeting their goals. To maintain the weight loss achieved by.

Surgery.

, both.

Exercise.

And.

Healthy eating.

Habits must become integral parts of a patients lifestyle..

Commitment.

The ability to remain committed to suggested dietary guidelines,.

Exercise.

Regimens and any follow-up care recommended by the bariatric outpatient facility is important for both short-term weight loss and long-term weight management..

Motivation.

Patients that are motivated to.

Lose weight.

And willing to follow through with Medifast diet and.

Exercise.

Prior to receiving weight loss.

Surgery.

May experience greater levels of success immediately following the procedure and in the long term..

Most people did not find themselves severely obese overnight. It took years to reach that weight and therefore patients should be patient with the weight-loss process, which will also not occur overnight. Successful patients find small victories along the way to celebrate and stay motivated..

Http://www.weightlossprose.com/weig.....

Comments (14)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably know..

Comment #1

Exercise.

Before and After Weight-Loss.

Surgery.

Maintaining a fitness program before and after bariatric.

Surgery.

Puts you on the road to a healthy weight..

Days after Holli Dunayer-Shalvoy's.

Gastric bypass surgery.

In 2005, she ventured out onto the beachside boardwalk near her Long Beach, New York, home. Her first walks were short, but each day they got a little bit longer. Now, three years after her.

Surgery.

And more than 120 pounds lighter, Dunayer-Shalvoy runs four miles every morning..

"You hear the doctors say, 'You have to.

Exercise.

,'" Dunayer-Shalvoy says. "I think it's not a given that you're going to do that. That is where you separate people and their will to succeed. I wanted it. I was hungry for a different life.".

Exercise.

Is Crucial for Weight-Loss Success.

Exercise.

After.

Gastric bypass surgery.

Is critical for effective weight loss, says Christopher Still, DO, director of the Geisinger Obesity Institute in Danville, Pennsylvania, and a member of the Integrated Health program of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric.

Surgery.

(ASMBS)..

"When we.

Lose weight.

Rapidly, we lose muscle," Dr. Still says. "Muscle gauges and controls our metabolism..

Exercise.

Is a safe and effective way of maintaining lean body mass, which maintains metabolism and will facilitate [healthy] weight loss.".

Http://www.everydayhealth.com/weigh.....

Comment #2

How to Create an.

Exercise.

Program After.

Gastric Bypass Surgery.

Exercise.

Is an important part of a successful.

Gastric bypass surgery.

Done properly and under supervision,.

Exercise.

Speeds healing and recovery..

Getting started on any post surgical.

Exercise.

Program is difficult. It may be even more difficult for people who were unaccustomed or unable to.

Exercise.

Previously due to excessive weight..

If you create an.

Exercise.

Program based on your likes and dislikes and work at it a little each day, you will be more likely to stick with it over the long haul. Read on to learn how to create an.

Exercise.

Program after.

Gastric bypass surgery.

..

Read more: How to Create an.

Exercise.

Program After.

Gastric Bypass Surgery.

|.

EHow.com.

Http://www.ehow.com/how_2052201_cre.....

Comment #3

"How to Deal With Weight Gain After.

Gastric Bypass Surgery.

.".

Exercise.

And physical activity, as longterm lifestyle changes, are critical to not regaining all your weight back..

Read more: How to Deal With Weight Gain After.

Gastric Bypass Surgery.

: Nutrition |.

EHow.com.

NUT Video:.

Http://www.ehow.com/video_4986051_d.....

Comment #4

Are you struggling with starting or keeping up your activity and.

Exercise.

?..

Comment #5

Seriously Les,.

Are you the encyclopedia of WLS? I love it!!.

You need a blog like Shelly...... How about "Ask More from Les?.

LOL.

Kim..

Comment #6

I have a blog, but haven't been working it since sugery. Once I am a little more stable, I will pick it up again..

I love to.

Research.

On various topics and thought these really address the problems people can have with getting active after.

Surgery.

..

It encourages me, and I.

Hope.

Helps others, to remember that the lifestyle choice of WLS is not about what can I eat, but when can I.

Exercise.

?.

I want to succeed and want to see others around me succeeding..

Exercise.

, I believe is the critical piece to longterm maintenance of weight loss and I wish we talked about it as much as we do food!..

Comment #7

Exercise.

Is vital to this programmm and to long term success....

My disability keeps me from exercising the way I WANT to, but with every new day brings new abilities. I will beat this....

I will and I must... so until I can do something different, I continue to walk,which in itself is sometimes a challenge with my stroke issues, but I do all I can everyday, and starting tomorrow, I will have an.

Exercise.

Bike to use as well...a really good one too..I am so excited about that...it will be a huge relief to my weary mind...it also has foot straps so my little weak right foot won't slide off the pedals..

YAY!..

Comment #8

Great article, thanks for posting! I am a firm believer of.

Exercise.

!.

Growing up, I had always been into sports: football and.

Martial arts.

Elementary through High.

School.

, Track, Weight Lifting. Always ate like a horse, too..

After High.

School.

, I enlisted in the National Guard for 7 years, did Physical Training a lot. College, I fenced, and was on the Judo team, and we competed all over. After college, I lifted weights and did cardio a lot, kept a gym membership for several years. Gained a little weight, but it piled on slowly. Still eating like a horse..

Hurt my back helping a guy move a steel I-beam. Quit lifting, quit doing cardio. Kept eating like a horse..

Grad.

School.

Came, teaching all day, classes all night, fast foods because I was always on the road. Kept eating like a horse..

My Dad passed away 14 months ago, and that really messed me up. Was depressed all last fall and winter, and ate and ate and ate..

A buddy of mine from work had the RNY last March, and he had amazing results. After playing 20 questions with him, he told me to go to the free WLS seminar that he went through. Six months out of WLS, my friend has lost over 100 pounds, and looks 15+ years younger..

I didn't start piling on the weight until I quit.

Lifting weights.

And.

Working out.

I know how to.

Exercise.

, I like exercising, and already have a workout designed for me and my best friend when the surgeon clears me. IN addition to weights and cardio, I am going to add.

Yoga.

To my workout in the mornings before work to increase mobility and flexibility..

I am a firm believer in.

Exercise.

,.

Working out.

, and staying fit. And I am so looking forward to getting back in the gym and sweating my ass off!..

Comment #9

Medifast diet and.

Exercise.

As Medifast diet and.

Exercise.

Are two of the most important factors in any weight loss plan, patients with the physical ability to.

Exercise.

After weight-loss.

Surgery.

Have increased chances of meeting their goals. To maintain the weight loss achieved by.

Surgery.

, both.

Exercise.

And.

Healthy eating.

Habits must become integral parts of a patients lifestyle..

Commitment.

The ability to remain committed to suggested dietary guidelines,.

Exercise.

Regimens and any follow-up care recommended by the bariatric outpatient facility is important for both short-term weight loss and long-term weight management..

Motivation.

Patients that are motivated to.

Lose weight.

And willing to follow through with Medifast diet and.

Exercise.

Prior to receiving weight loss.

Surgery.

May experience greater levels of success immediately following the procedure and in the long term..

Most people did not find themselves severely obese overnight. It took years to reach that weight and therefore patients should be patient with the weight-loss process, which will also not occur overnight. Successful patients find small victories along the way to celebrate and stay motivated..

Http://www.weightlossprose.com/weig.....

Comment #10

Steve, My story is very similar, back injury and dad's death, especially. But what really killed me was medication..

I was very depressed after my father died in 96. Started taking.

Remeron.

..

I was doing one hour step.

Aerobics.

At the gym MWF @ 6am, then afterwork everyday heavy workout. I was very active and did at least 20 hrs of.

Aerobics.

Outside the gym..

I gained 140 lbs, very quickly, even with a.

Personal trainer.

! I stopped all activity and went on to gain up to 396#.

Exercise.

Is so important, as it kept me in great shape for many years. When it is gone, terrible things can happen..

I am no longer a propronent of excessive.

Exercise.

, but moderate, consistent activity that can complement weight loss...

Comment #11

Less,.

I REALLY REALLY needed to hear this and it encouraged me sooo much. I have had a lot of trouble getting into an.

Exercise.

Routine because of my joint disease, but I have to tell you that I needed to hear what was written! GBS is a tool for my beginning I need to add to it to help my overall health. Thanks for sharing!.

HUGS Randy..

Comment #12

I have definitely been struggling with the.

Exercise.

And just don't know where to start. I had both knees replaced 2 years ago, and the right one never did heal up right. It still hurts. Then last winter I got an inflamed nerve in my right thigh which also still hurts. About 4 weeks ago, I started having back pain that just won't go away. I am going to have to go to the doctor soon.

Another big problem I have is my job, and the fact that I am on the road all the time. I do walk during the day going in and out of schools to visit customers, so it's not like I am sedentary, but when I read how much some of you.

Exercise.

, it does make me feel bad. Today after I finished my calls, I did go to the mall and did some.

Walking.

There. For me, I just can't seem to get in a routine when my daily schedule is always different. I so appreciate your post, I know I need to try to figure something out and get in more.

Exercise.

Thanks for posting!..

Comment #13

Carolee, how about a PT referral? Cables on the bed are an excellent start if you travel. I have a little bag that has several resistances and lengths and they roll up in a little bag. Really effective and super easy to do laying down...

Comment #14

WLSHelp.com.

Exercise.

Has many health and weight loss benefits. Following weight loss.

Surgery.

, you will be eating less Medifast food than your body needs to operate. The body will then use fat reserves or unused tissues to get the energy it needs to function..

If you do not.

Exercise.

The body will consume unused muscle tissue before it burns fat reserves. You must.

Exercise.

Daily or you will lose muscle mass and strength. Muscle tissue is important to keep because it provides strength and also increases your body's metabolism to help burn calories..

Weight loss.

Surgery.

Patients are usually advised to.

Exercise.

Aerobically (brisk.

Walking.

, bike riding, stair.

Climbing.

) 30 minutes a day and include weight/resistance training 3-4 days per week..

Your bariatric surgeon will provide you with.

Exercise.

Guidelines, but most weight loss.

Surgery.

Patients are asked to start.

Walking.

As soon as possible after.

Surgery.

And slowly progress to a full work-out schedule as they recover...

Comment #15


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.