Ten years ago I had Roux-en-y gastric bypass surgery. I lost approximately 90 lbs. In the past 2 years I've regained 20 and I am trying to lose this weight through traditional diet and exercise methods but I have hit a stumbling block. My question has to do with how to set my calorie intake goals. If I set my goal at, say, 1200 like "normal" people is this too low because of the alterations to my digestive system?
Ten Years Post Bariatric Surgery -- How Do I Now Determine Diet/calorie Goals?
- Susan Lexington
- Lexington, South Carolina
- 4 years ago
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