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Enter to win Bariatric Pal Protein Chips!

Bariatric Pal Protein Chip Giveaway!

Thanks for watching the premier episode of Bariatric Foodie Live!

During the broadcast we reviewed a variety of protein chips from Bariatric Pal. Now it’s your turn to enter to win some for yourself! We’re going to keep this nice and simple.

The Rules

  1. This contest is open within the 50 United States.
  2. Enter your name and email address in the box below to enter. By doing so you agree to receive email updates from Bariatric Foodie and Bariatric Pal.
  3. The entry period will be open until Sunday, June 18 at 11:59 p.m. EST. Three winners will be drawn on Monday, June 19 and announced via email and social media.

***In addition, all regular Bariatric Foodie Contest & Promotion Rules apply.

Plus! Everyone who enters will receive a coupon code for 25% off your order of Bariatric Pal brand protein chips.

Entry is now CLOSED!

This contest entry closed on June 18 11:59 p.m. If you missed it – no worries! There will be another great BariatricPal product review and giveaway next month! The best way to stay tuned is by filling out the form below to join my email list for updates. Thanks to all who entered!

 

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6 comments

  1. Hi I am glad you are doing videos. My surgeon retired within months of my surgery so I feel totally lost. I had to pay all this money out of pocket and to go to another doctor was going to be too much after I was just left with no back up. I feel my weight loss has suffered. I actually gained 50 of my lost lbs back. I don’t know what I’m supposed to eat or why I can loose weight. I feel so lost. I use chocolate and other food when I’m depressed or stressed. I have 1 premier protein premise shake for breakfast and another for lunch. Then for supper sometimes I eat whatever fattening food my mother has left over when I get home. I feel like I should be looking weight but I’m not. So depressing!!

    • Dearest Amanda,
      Congrats Sweetie, because you just made the first step in the right direction which is getting help and/or a support system. I don’t know who did your surgery but in my opinion, it was extremely irresponsible of him/her to take you on as a patient when they knew they were retiring. You see, this isn’t just a surgery, it’s a lifestyle change… a journey. In taking on your case and doing your surgery, they were supposed to commit and follow through the entire post-op process or have introduced you to the doctor who was going to take over his cases.
      However, we mustn’t dwell on his shortcomings, this is your life and you’ve got to literally, get up and take control of it or you WILL end up in a worse situation than money out of pocket and 50 pounds heavier. Amanda, you can end up hospitalized.
      Let’s begin by setting goals for your new lifestyle: I strongly suggest, buying a Fitbit to be your exercise buddy. It counts your steps, monitors your heart and reminds you to get up and move around. Begin with a 5000 step goal to start with (like I myself am currently doing). Then systematically continue to increase your steps until you can easily do 10,000 steps a day.
      Do Not eat the food your mother prepares. You must prepare your own meals. Find websites like this one dedicated to Bariatric Surgery Post-op Meals / Recipes and remember to eat small portions.
      Lastly, contact Yale Bariatric/Gastrointestinal Surgery Program for professional advice. Let them know your personal situation and ask them if they can recommend someone in your area that can provide you guidance. Yale Bariatric/Gastrointestinal Surgery Program has been awarded the best in its field for years. The TEAM OF DOCTORS at Yale Bariatric/Gastrointestinal Surgery Program are the best bariatric doctors in the North East Coast. Each with a load of awards all of their own to show off their excellence. Btw, did you notice I capitalized the words ‘TEAM OF DOCTORS’? That’s because that’s what you should have had Sweetie, a team of doctors so that if one of them had plans of retiring you would have been left with a team of doctors who were familiar with your case and were able to continue providing you with proper healthcare.

  2. I think they sound good like to try them

  3. I would love to try these …as I am a little I’ve a year since surgery this may be a great choice of protein

    • Hey Casey. Unfortunately the deadline for entry had passed. But stay tuned next month for another giveaway!