Episode 144: Don’t Go On a Diet After Weight Loss Surgery

Posted by on Oct 27, 2011 in Food issues, Long Term, Recipes

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In this weeks episode of BariatricTV, a long time viewer of the show submitted this weeks Doc Who Rocks. In the Dumping Ground we take a look at the changes that may take place in your face after weight loss surgery. In Altered Reality we discuss how NOT going on a diet could be the key to your success. And we wrap things up in the Freak On segment with tasty dessert recipe that can cure your craving for the candy corn.


  • This weeks Doc Who Rocks is Nashville’s own Lois Wagstrom
  • Before weight loss many of us only looked at our face in the mirror.
  • You may notice changes in your face even more.
  • After losing weight you may start to notice wrinkles and sagging in your face.
  • After weight loss surgery you should avoid dieting
  • A diet implies that it is something temporary and that one day you will be off of your diet
  • Weight loss surgery requires a change to eating healthy everyday, for the rest of your life.
  • Lynnda (and Toni’s hands) whip up a tasty Halloween dessert inspired by candy corns.


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5 Responses to “Episode 144: Don’t Go On a Diet After Weight Loss Surgery”

  1. The show was great, as usual. But I have to say Toni, your hair looks FABULOUS!

  2. Thanks Jo, that’s really sweet. I’m getting used to it. :-)

  3. Crasylady52 says:

    That stuff looked sooo good!

  4. T2Nashville says:

    YAY! Dr. Wagstrom will be so pleased with her feature. I love my plastic surgeon! My arms look fabulous because of her! Thanks for choosing her, guys! Love you!

  5. Congratulations on your 3 year anniversary! I am so fortunate to have been told by a friend about your site a little over a year ago. I only wish I was told before my surgery because I would have been even more more prepared. You guys really are the best! I’ve said it many times over the past year but will say it again…Thanks for all the hard work and time that you give to support the WLS community in general and each and every one of us freaks in specific. We appreciate it more than you could ever know.

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