Gastric Sleeve Two Years On

I am coming up on almost 3 years since I have had my Gastric Sleeve weight loss surgery.  Some people might wonder how I am doing and how does the long term look like for someone with the surgery.  Well, the news is good.  I updated everyone that seven months on, I was approaching my […]

Gastric Sleeve Update

A while ago, I wrote about my Gastric Sleeve surgery, and figured it was about time to provide an update.  So 7 months on, and where am I at? While I have had a few gaps in my recording of my weight, you can see as I am approach my target of 195 lbs (88.5 […]


I am a little disappointed in this recent post from CNN.  It really is only giving a narrow view of the subject.  It is suggesting that bariatric surgery does not affect the mortality rate, but when you actually read the article, it indicates it is a fairly narrow study.  It only included about 850 older US male […]

Gastric Sleeve Weight Loss

On the 10th of February, I had a gastric sleeve, which is a surgery that removes 75-80% of your stomach and essentially turns your stomach into a tube (or “sleeve”).  The belief is that this promotes weight loss through not only restricting the amount of food you eat, but also changing the way your body […]