It has been 11 yrs since my first gastric bypass surgery. Yes, I had two. I lost 120lbs from the first surgery and gained back 80lbs in 5yrs. A second surgery was done becaus I had stretched my pouch and as a result of that surgery I lost 60lbs. It has been 6yrs since the second surgery and I have gained 30lbs. I have decided to do the Master Cleanse along with a Juice Cleanse to see if this helps promote any weight loss along with a chance in my eating habits.
So I was wondering has anyone else done the Master Cleanse or a Juice Cleanse post gastric bypas surgery? Any advice?View Thread
I had my surgery in 2002. I was 280lbs on a 5' frame. I lost 120lbs only to regain 80lbs in 5yrs. I went back to my doctor and a second surgery was done because I had managed to stretch my pouch out again. After the second surgery I lost 60lbs. However I have found that 6 yrs later I have gained 30lbs back. So I have decided to start the Master Cleanse along with a Juice Cleanse. I will do the Cleanse for 5 days and then return to post gastric bypass diet. I hope it works.
Has anyone else tried the Master Cleanse or Juice Cleanse post gastric bypass surgery?View Thread
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