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Home | Setbacks, Regain, & Plateaus

Setbacks, Regain, and Plateaus

Banded Living™ is a journey towards a healthy life, free from the burdens of obesity.  We would all prefer to keep moving forward with steady progress, which would mean weight loss and/or maintaining our weight loss within a target range.  Some of us will reach a plateau that seems insurmountable or have a setback that results in weight gain.  Others could have a bad day where good choices just do not seem to happen.

In this section our intent is to provide you with the tools to help you "re-boot" yourself.  You have all heard of boot camp, either the armed services type or the latest fad in exercise groups.  The essence of a boot camp is that new recruits are trained, much as starting out with a new lap band.  When you need to re-boot you are starting over, as in restarting your computer or going back to the basics of basic training to get your health and weight loss moving in the right direction once again.  This requires that you stop and take a good hard look in the mirror and ask yourself:

  • Am I expecting to fail again?
  • Am I self-sabotaging?
  • Is it important for me to break through this and "re-boot" my efforts?

This is hard work.  Unlike computers, human beings require more than the push of a button.  Our intention is to provide you with the insights, tools, and support that could help you to reboot yourself.  By this we mean making the choice to go back to basics.  Only you can make the choice.  


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Ten Years With My Lap Band and The Journey Continues
By: Sandi Henderson From SandisBandedLiving Blog
People trying to get an understanding of the lap band frequently ask, "So after you lose all your weight you take the band out, right?" WRONG! My typical answer is that my lap band comes out only over my cold dead body. . . . keep reading
Living La Vida Lap Band - Old Habits Creeping Back Into My Life
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Here I am having lost 250 pounds, knowing what to eat, drink and how much exercise I need to not only keep the weight off, but to feel good too. I plan my meals, plan my water, plan my exercise, and then when I am done with dinner, I plan to have either a cup of tea or a sugar free hot chocolate as my evening libation. Why then have I recently started to eat an 80 calorie "good for me" Greek yogurt and add another 80 calories of "good for me" dry roasted slivered almonds and still want more when I am done? . . . keep reading
Long Term Lap Band Success Means Winning The Battle Of The Thin Mints This Year
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Girl Scout cookies, Boy Scout Popcorn, Team candy sales, lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Has anyone besides me noticed that fund raisers for our kids are junk food centric? It makes it kind of tough for a long term sugar addict to make it through a year without falling prey to some highly processed garbage being sold in the name of fund raising. So far I have, but then it's only February. . . . keep reading
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You had weight loss surgery with a laparoscopic adjustable gastric band several months ago, maybe even years ago and it's been less than successful in your opinion. "It just didn't work for me" you told yourself. . . . keep reading

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