Episode 86: Your Bariatric Summer Vacation

Posted by on Aug 12, 2010 in Food issues, Long Term, Reviews

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On this weeks episode of BariatricTV, we’re on vacation!!! So we’ve decided to do a vacation themed show. We start things off with an ‘I Freakin Did It’ that involves a staple of summer swimwear. We enter the Dumping Ground with a few ideas for summer vacation snacks. We alter your reality about where you’ll want to go on vacation post weight loss surgery. And we wind things up with a review of a new vitamin product that can help lighten the load when packing for your vacation.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • This weeks “I Freakin Did It” is Greebo115. She sports her new bikini top.
  • We get asked a lot about snacking on vacation. So here’s a few weight loss surgery friendly snacks.
  • A few weight loss surgery friendly snacks if you’re going to the beach or the water park.
  • A few weight loss surgery friendly snack ideas to take to your favorite sporting event.
  • Some low carb, low fat trail mix if you’re going biking or hiking.
  • And if you’re going to that family reunion, have a look in our forum for recipes that are weight loss surgery and family friendly.
  • After weight loss surgery you’ll want to do things a little different.
  • You’ll want more active activities on your vacation after surgery
  • Stick to your routine on vacation, it will help you stay on track once the vacation is over.
  • We do a quick review of Celebrate Vitamin’s new ENS line.

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2 Responses to “Episode 86: Your Bariatric Summer Vacation”

  1. baka (Ian) says:

    Awesome stuff!

    Ian

  2. T2Nashville says:

    What an excellent and unique idea for a show – great ideas! Congrats to my sweet friend Diane for that hot little bikini top she’s sporting. And I highly suggest a rap episode for Lynnda. :)

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