Episode 77: Little Chocolaty Nugget of Heaven

Posted by on May 6, 2010 in Long Term, Reviews

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On this weeks episode of your favorite weight loss surgery interweb show we have an “I Freakin Did It” that did something for the first time ever! Next we take a look at a discount we have for those of you planning to attend an Obesity Help conference.  In Altered Realities we look at having to change doctors. Then we wrap things up with a review of a little chocolaty nugget of heaven.


  • This weeks “I Freakin Did It” is “bigtoys27″ she bought a dress for the first time ever.
  • This month we’ll be covering all the action from the Costa Mesa Obesity Help conference.
  • If you plan to go to an Obesity Help conference use the coupon code “BariatricTV” to save $25.00 off registration.
  • The coupon code will also work for the Ohio and Texas conference.
  • What to do if you need to find a new doctor after weight loss surgery.
  • Check with your primary care doctor and see if he can can handle your post surgical needs.
  • Talk to other patients about their doctor.
  • Or ask us!
  • If you look for another bariatric surgeon, look for one that works for an ASMBS COE.
  • Also consider the new doctor’s office staff, you may be dealing with them more than the doctor.
  • choose a doctor you feel comfortable with.
  • We review the new Chocolate Calcet Creamy Bite
  • We ask our friends what they think of them.


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3 Responses to “Episode 77: Little Chocolaty Nugget of Heaven”

  1. “I remember your first time, because I was there.”

    “Was that you?”


  2. T2Nashville says:

    Thanks for another great episode, guys. I’m one of those people who had a “falling out” with my surgeon, and I am pleased to report that I am getting most excellent follow-up care from my PCP. His labs are even more thorough than my surgeon’s, and he really listens to what I suggest to him. Great advice for those who may also be in my situation.

    I like the Chocolate Creamy Bites, too – but not like I LOVE the lemon ones!

  3. According to various statistics, each year in the U.S. over 100,000 people opt for weight loss surgery. Obesity surgery (known as bariatric surgery) has been proved to be very effective for people with life-threatening weight-related conditions, but it is regarded as a last resort when all other methods of controlling weight, including prescription drugs, have failed. Here’s a closer look at this method of weight loss.

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