doinitagann Posted August 23, 2008 Report Share Posted August 23, 2008 Good Morning all, Well, I have been on the preop diet for a few days now and am really struggling. I have not cheated or anything, but it is more with my mind. I am so hungry and I think about everything that is being given up. It is amazing how much food ruled my life. My mom came over yesterday and said she was going to keep my mind busy. The first thing I thought was where are we going to go for lunch. Her birthday is coming up, where do you want me to take you to lunch, My husband is returning tomorrow from California, where should we go to dinner. UGGGGHHH. I did not think that this was all so important until it was taken away. I am craving things that I never ate, because I know I can't have them. Does that make sense? So, does this feeling go away? and if it does go away will it come back when I am in a weaker state and will give in to temptation? I want this to work so bad, I have never been this big--not even close. The last 30 pounds jumped on me and took me by surprise. (I had a lost pregnancy, and became depressed) Now I am committed to this but I think back and thought I was committed to the other diets I was on too. So many gain backs has really damaged my outlook. I know I am not making any sense, I think it is lack of food that makes me rant. . But thanks for listening and giving me any advise or support you may have. This is not something I could bring up to my husband or he would tell me not to do it because I am having doubts and he don't want to pay $8000 for something that I will mess up. Also, few questions. Does it have to be lean cuisine or can I buy Healthy choice or smart ones (more protein that carbs)? How big can the protein shakes be? I am drinking ensure high protein and they seem so tiny. Thanks again for all the support that this forum provides. It is invaluable. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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