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#1 Sherri

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Posted 09 May 2010 - 07:12 PM

My friend gave me this diet to try. I am having my surgery on June 1st and I have been doing the Protein Shake for breakfast and lunch and Low Cal microwave meal for dinner. I have also been eating salad and vegetables. I am already tired of the shakes. I thought I might give this a try since my mom and sister will be here Thurs - Tues for my sons graduation. It would give me a chance to eat normal for the days they are here.
Sherri in Memphis

First Day
Breakfast:
Black coffee or tea
grapefruit or cup pink grapefruit juice
1 slice toast
1 T peanut butter

Lunch:
cup tuna or broiled skinless chicken breast
1 slice toast
1 slice cheddar cheese
Black coffee or tea

Dinner:
2 slices meat (3oz) or small broiled steak
1 cup string beans
1 cup carrots or beets
1 small apple

Second Day
Breakfast:
Black coffee or tea
1 egg
1 slice toast
banana

Lunch:
5 saltines
1 cup cottage cheese or cup tuna
Black coffee or tea

Dinner:
2 hot dogs
1 cup broccoli or cabbage
cup carrots or turnips
cup vanilla ice cream

Third Day
Breakfast:
Black coffee or tea
1 egg
1 slice toast

Lunch:
Black coffee or tea
5 saltines
1 slice cheddar cheese
1 apple

Dinner:
1 cup tuna or chicken or turkey
1 cup beets or carrots
1 cup cauliflower, cantaloupe, banana or greens
cup cantaloupe
cup vanilla ice cream

Facts:
1. This diet is used at Baptist Hospital Weight Reducing Clinic
2. It works on a chemical breakdown and is a proven diet
3. You will lose 10 pounds in 3 days
4. Salt & pepper can be used but NO other seasonings
5. You should lose 40 pounds in one month
6. Do not vary or substitute any foods
7. Do not use salt substitute or sugar
8. If no quantity is given, use good sense
9. Do NOT eat in between meals
10. Drink all the unsweetened tea or coffee you want
11. Drink plenty of water
12. Diet drinks are permissible

STAY ON THE DIET CONTINUOUSLY FOR 3 DAYS. EAT MORMAL MEALS THE OTHER 4 DAYS.

Acceptable substitute for cottage cheese or tuna at lunch:
Small broiled chicken breast
Small hamburger patty
2-3 ounces sliced turkey
3 ounces broiled steak
1 can of ensure, Boost or Sustcal can be used to replace the entire lunch
Sherri
5/2/2010 Decision Weight 238 pounds
6/2/2010 Day of Surgery 222 pounds
7/17/10 First Fill 4.8 cc's by Dr. Acosta 214 pounds
8/27/10 Second Fill 7.5 cc's by Dr So 218 pounds
10/19/10 Third Fill 8.5 cc's Fill Center's USA IL 203 pounds
10/20/10 Partial unfill 7.7 cc's FillCenter USA IL for nausea and vomiting. 200 pounds
Admitted to the ER in Collierville TN unable to swallow liquids and low potassium level.
10/21/10 Partial Unfill 3.5 cc's Dr Weaver Memphis TN 198 pounds
10/22/10 Total Unfill Dr Weaver Memphis TN 196 after three days of nausea and vomiting.
12/10/10 Fourth Fill 5cc By Dr Houston with Flouro.Nashville TN Weight 209
1/07/11 Fifth Fill 7.6 cc's total Dr Houston using Floruo Nashville TN weight 204
2/25/11 Sixth Fill 8.9cc's total Dr Houston , Floruo. Nashville TN Wt 208
4/1/11 Seventh Fill. 9.8 cc's Dr Houston, Floruo. Nashville TN Wt 204
4/5/11 Unfill .5cc's wt 200 pounds
7/8/11 Eighth Fill with Flouro. 1cc 10.3cc's in band. 198 pounds on office scale
7/12/11 I may need an unfill. It is hard to get down my protein but I have lost 8 pounds in less than a week. Weight today 190lbs on gym scale


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#2 Lindsay

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Posted 10 May 2010 - 08:14 AM

This is essentially a modified low GI 'diet'.

Which a few things that make no sense added in (ie. grapefruit, bread, vanilla ice cream)
Banded: Tues March 10, 2009 by Dr Martinez , Tijuana
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Starting Weight: 231lbs // Current Weight: 138

#3 jhawkchick75

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Posted 10 May 2010 - 08:39 AM

Seems to be pretty decent, but I agree kind of random that you need to eat that to the T, especially with ice cream. I've seen somewhere you get three protien options, three veggies, etc...and you choose one of each of those. Hot dogs is random too. Don't see anything too extreme on here, so i'd give it a try! I'm a no go with bread anymore so couldn't do that but since you are pre-op you would be fine.

Good luck!!
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Thursday, October 23 2008
OCC - Dr. Ortiz - 4.0cc band

Fills:
12/8 - 1.25cc
1/12 - 1.00cc
2/16 - 0.30cc
3/24 - 0.35cc
6/09 - 0.20cc
10/30 - 1.00 unfill
12/2 - 0.08
1/14 - 0.10 (3.0 total)


Starting Weight: October 2008
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75 lbs gone forever! September 2010
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#4 EricaG

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Posted 17 May 2010 - 07:03 AM

i've tried this... it was years ago.. it was probably like 10 years ago..i was getting ready for my sweet 15. i did it, but i gained it all back... i havent done this with my lapband.. i find it alot easier to eat the healthy stuff and have variety... these kinds of diets made me hate the thought of following planned meals.



I got engaged this year... the deadline is Aug 2014. Let's get the scale moving.

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