all of the posts that I see about lap band are 1+ years old and nothing current. I had lap band surgery April '12. All went quite well and I lost 30 very quickly. Since then I have been at a plateau and it is now November and I'm sitting at that same weight. I haven't gained just not losing.
I'm sure most of this is my own eating habits though I really don't eat that much. Wondering if anyone out there has any suggestions. I have typically only been eating one meal a day in the evening because of work and rarely eat at work though occasionally do have soup. Is it necessary to eat the 3 meals a day to make this work.
I am sure I am my own best enemy but really do want to get myself back in the right mode as I'd really like to take off my excess 50 pounds.
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