Episode 71: The Stones Man

Posted by on Mar 25, 2010 in Long Term, Psychological Issues, Recipes

In Episode 71 our “I Freakin Did It” did it in a booth. Are you more susceptible to kidney stones after weight loss surgery?  A couple more tips on how to feel more attractive after surgery. And a bariatric friendly recipe for fried rice.


  • This weeks “I Freakin Did It” is Kiersti. It’s a booth thing.
  • Are you more susceptible to kidney stones after weight loss surgery?
  • Gastric Bypass can change your urine composition.
  • The first indicator of a kidney stone may be pain.
  • Staying well hydrated can help prevent kidney stones.
  • We give you a couple more tips on feeling more attractive.
  • Shy people consistently rate themselves as unattractive.
  • Forcing yourself to approach someone and make them feel better, can make you feel better too.
  • Do an inner makeover by stopping your negative self talk.
  • Try to make your negative self talk more neutral.
  • A quick post weight loss surgery recipe for fried rice.


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5 Responses to “Episode 71: The Stones Man”

  1. futuresveltemom says:

    Nice episode! The “fried rice” sounds delicious! I kept getting distracted, though, by the dog in the overhead shots. First, it was “Mommy, Mommy, whatchacookin’”…then it was bored, “waiting to wait” dog…then it was dog butt…lol..Cute

  2. Decolady says:

    Can we get the recipe for the fried rice to print out?
    Looks good!

    THANKS from Bethlehem, PA, where ALL the PEEPS in the world are born!

  3. Decolady says:

    Okay, I made this for dinner tonight and it was great!! THANKS for the recipe, keep em’ coming!

  4. YourWLBuddy says:

    I haven’t looked but I’m guessing the recipe can be found in the forum.

    I had two kidney stones (one prior to RNY and one after). The urologist suggested Crystal Light lemonade, green tea with lemon, and potassium supplements. I’m now in the low risk category. By the way, the oxidation problem can come from eating chocolate AND broccoli. Strange huh.

  5. “The Journey of Pee.” It’s a bestseller!

    You guys are adorable. My favorite parts are always the off-camera remarks. Funny!

    PS – Peeps are NASTY. But I love that you recommended them for constipation. lol

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