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(NYPost)   Remember last week's headline saying that NJ governor Chris Christie's weight loss surgeon must be the "worst doctor in the world"?   ( nypost.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Chris Christie, informed consent, Stuyvesant Town  
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2013-05-13 03:09:17 PM  

Draq: Christie said "He told me he's done over 5,000 of the surgeries and he had the surgery himself. He kinda sold me in this respect."

What, did he actually perform it on himself? That would certainly impress me.

The guy is a pro.
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2013-05-13 03:57:34 PM  
If you're managing what (and why) you eat, and exercising, it's surprising how quickly the weight comes off. Huckabee is puttting the weight back on.....and some guy who blogged about his GB surgery in Indianapolis weighs more than when he started.

If you address the root cause, the rest seems to fix itself. I have a big tendency to overeat due to anxiety and stress. Once I learned how to separate from emotion, it's been a steady 2-3 lbs a week since 11/15.

64 lbs down, 11 from my goal. No doctor or surgery required.
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