Bariatric Mindset Success: Live Your Best Life and Keep the Weight off After Weight Loss Surgery

Weight-loss surgery is stomach surgery, not brain surgery.   

Did you know that 40 percent of bariatric surgery patients regain weight within five years of having weight-loss surgery? When it comes to long-term weight-loss surgery success, you’ve got to get a handle on your emotions and motivation. The food will always be there, and it’s not about knowing what to eat, but instead about transforming your relationship with food. This is why conquering your mind-set is essential. If you are not in the right headspace, you can slide backward and enter the danger zone of regaining weight.   

Unfortunately, the cravings, emotional impulses, and habits to eat whatever and whenever still pop up after surgery. Even with the knowledge of what to eat, you will also need to learn how to manage yourself and your mind-set around food. Fancy meal plans won’t help you if you haven’t tackled the most difficult part of having weight-loss surgery: your brain! 

After investing so much time to get your body where you want it, is having the wrong mind-set worth the risk of sabotaging all you’ve worked hard to achieve?    

In Bariatric Mindset Success, you will be guided by Kristin, a professional psychotherapist and a successful gastric sleeve post-op patient, through her most coveted weight-loss surgery success strategies. She’ll guide you through the weight-loss surgery basics as well as advanced mind-set, motivation, and emotional techniques to help you stay focused and on track through the ups and downs of life. You’ll gain practical tools and techniques to create lifestyle habits that keep you focused on weight-loss surgery success for life, not just in the short term. Also, she provides tools to handle friendships and relationships after weight-loss surgery in addition to giving you a compass for living your best life, beyond the weight loss.

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3 comments

  1. Anonymous

    I wish I’d had this book earlier!! This book has the most important tools ever needed for weight loss success! I’d love to say I’m a weight loss surgery success story, but I started out on this journey with a closed mind and selective hearing. As a result I’ve cross-addicted from food to alcohol. Now I’ve spent 3 years struggling to get, and stay, sober. I’ve spent more money on addiction rehab than I did on my initial surgery! What I learned during all that time in rehab can be learned in this book. I’m not kidding. I wish I…

  2. Anonymous

    Must have for bariatric patients!! Covers all the bases! This author hits the nail on the head. Finally a book that actually focuses on the PSYCHOLOGY!! Finally! I’ve struggled with emotional eating and tried everything before surgery so weight loss surgery was a godsend for me. However, no one really told me what would happen to me after the surgery. I knew how I had to eat, but never knew how to handle my emotions. That was the part that really needed the most work. She really hits home with emotional eating and the struggles that many of us have…

  3. Anonymous

    This is the best book I have seen to-date on the Weight Loss Surgery journey. This journey is so much about the mindset, the emotions, and what we are actually feeding (rarely is it physical hunger). Weight Loss Surgery gives us just one tool that we’ll need, and we’ll work harder than we ever have to use the tool successfully. The difference is, our hard work will yield consistent and lasting results. Another crucial tool we need is discovering what brought us to the point where we are willing…

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