48-Hour Pouch Reset Helps Thousands Rediscover Success After Weight Loss Surgery

Industry: Health and Nutrition

Bariatric Eating's complimentary program stops 'regain' in its tracks, kicks weight loss into high gear

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRUnderground) June 23rd, 2015

Bariatric surgery is gaining ground as the best weapon in the war against morbid obesity. More than 170,000 people have weight-loss surgery each year, according to the most recent statistics from the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery.

Author/speaker Susan Maria Leach founded Bariatric Eating a decade ago to provide the tools necessary for post-operative success that were lacking at the time. In addition to positioning the company as a leading supplier of high-quality, great-tasting protein supplements and vitamins, Leach has created an online community to support people at every stage of their weight loss journey.

Despite those efforts, Leach often encounters those who claim surgery didnt work for them.

“Knowing the mechanics of the different surgical procedures, I know thats close to impossible,” Leach said. “At the same time, you cant argue with someones story. If they feel they have failed, I listen.”

She launched the 48-Hour Pouch Reset to address the concerns she heard over and over: “My pouch is stretched out.” “I never feel full.”

The program is simple: On Day 1, consume four to five high-quality protein drinks. On Day 2, consume four protein drinks from morning to mid-afternoon. At dinnertime, sit down to 8 ounces of plain chicken breast. Eat it slowly, thinking about satiety and satisfaction. Then stop and note the amount of leftover chicken.

Resetters like Kelly Wharton Flores of Jackson, Ga., and Charlotte Smith of Sheridan, Ark., have been blown away by the experience.

“I could only eat 3 ounces of grilled chicken,” Flores reported. “I knew my pouch was working and not stretched! I lost 5 pounds in those two days and am no longer craving sugar or Pepsi.”

About 4,000 people have successfully tried the 48-Hour Pouch Reset and are now following Bariatric Eatings Back on Track program, which continues them on the journey of mindfully utilizing the tool of surgical capacity restriction.

“Its amazing how much encouragement it gives you to realize that you can get back to eating the way you did three or four months after surgery,” Smith said.

Encouragement and support is what Bariatric Eating is all about. Leach hopes to continue boosting the confidence of post-ops who worry they have wasted their best chance at being healthy.

“First, they have to see that surgery did work,” Leach said. “After that, they can see they are in control of their weight loss success.”

Bariatric Eating was created to make life after weight-loss surgery enjoyable. The company is known for its high-quality, great-tasting protein powders and drinks as well as its bariatric-specific vitamins and supplements. For more information: www.bariaticeating.com.

About Bariatric Eating

Bariatric Eating was created to make life after weight-loss surgery enjoyable. The company is known for its high-quality, great-tasting protein powders and drinks as well as its bariatric-specific vitamins and supplements. For more information: www.bariaticeating.com.

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