The 48 Hour Pouch Reset

The Plan

Are you concerned that over time you have stretched your bariatric pouch? We understand how you feel and it’s scary. Use our 48 Hour Pouch plan to clear out the bad choice foods that you are eating again (that’s the Reset!) and then follow the guidelines for the Test.

FB-PouchResetOur reset has shown tens of thousands of people where they stand and it will work for you too! We get more ‘thank you’ email over this one than anything we’ve done in ten years of helping bariatric post ops. You will experience an overwhelming feeling of relief and joy when you feel your pouch resistance working. Try it… it works! 





Awesome Customer Reviews

“I am 10 years post RNY, can eat anything and have gained 35 pounds! Help? After my reset, I couldn’t even eat half of my chicken. I jumped onto Back on Track and have lost eight pounds in two weeks!”

“I’m 3 years out and had a 30 pound gain. I did the 48 Hour Pouch Reset and then have been doing 4 Inspire shakes and 2 high protein meals for a month on Back on Track. I’m down 15 pounds. This is an awesome group!”

Why This Will Work for You!

We would all like a magic pill where we could eat what we want and never have to think about weight again, but that’s not reality. The truth is that naturally slim people think about their food and choices all the time. The intent of our 48 Hour Pouch Test is for you to see that your pouch STILL provides resistance when you choose the right foods.

The chicken is not magic… THE MAGIC IS INSIDE YOU! It’s been there all along. The Pouch Test renews confidence that you still have a valuable tool that will allow you to control hunger, volume, and your weight with Five Small Meals a day of lean protein and vegetables.

We are here to help you succeed.

 

FAQ’s for the 48 Hour Pouch Reset

  1. Can I have vegetables or sauce with my chicken? 

NO, please read EVERYTHING again as you are missing the point. This isn’t supposed to be a ‘fun meal’, or a ‘family supper’. You are supposed to sit alone and THINK while you eat moist solid protein to FEEL the restriction in an attempt to IDENTIFY the pouch resistance that you have been ignoring. It’s meant to be a few minutes of inflection and serious self-awareness.

 

 2. What if I CAN’T eat chicken?

IF you already know that you cannot eat chicken, you can skip this part and go directly to the Back on Track plan, AS YOU HAVE IDENTIFIED THAT YOU HAVE POUCH RESISTANCE. Congratulations, your pouch works well!

 

   3. I am a vegetarian, what can I eat instead of chicken? 

You need to choose a firm or solid protein source such as Boca Burgers, grilled Tempeh, firm Tofu, or make an Omelet instead. Everything else is the same.

 

4. I finally got all the chicken down. Now what? 

Again, you have missed the point of the test and reset. The idea is NOT to sit there and power through and consume all the chicken no matter how long it takes, you are supposed to sit and think while you eat and STOP when you begin to feel as if you don’t really want any more. Start over and try it again.

21 thoughts on “The 48 Hour Pouch Reset

  1. Melissa Buchman says:

    I need to lose weight of about 200 lbs. I had gastric bypass in 2093 but due to physical injuries gained it back and then some. I want to get back on track, can you recommend anything

    • Alison Garcia says:

      Hi Wanda, just enter your email in this article, towards the bottom, and you’ll get the reset info. It’s super easy to follow, and oh so remarkably effective.

  2. donna says:

    had rny in 2006 I lost 140 pounds was very excited.. I stopped losing so I had some reconstruction surgery to remove some skin. it stalled.. I am now at 325. was at 270.
    I want to get back on track! I know with support and just motivation I can kick my bad eating habits again.

  3. donna says:

    Hello .. I had RNY in 2006 I lost 140 pounds was very excited was at 400 pounds.. I stopped losing so I had some reconstruction surgery to remove some skin. it stalled.. I am now at 325. was at 270.
    I want to get back on track! I know with support and just motivation I can kick my bad eating habits again.

  4. Dawn Madigan says:

    I had my lap band in 2009, weighing 215 lbs. Lost 60 pounds. However, due to family matters, I just let everything go. I am ordering the stater kit. I read the articles, can you give me guidance on how to get back on track? Thank you

    • Suzanne Shaw says:

      Hi Dawn! Step 1 is to make an appointment to see your Dr and make sure your Band is working and in tip-top shape. Then you can start with our Back On Track plan! Good luck!!

  5. Donna M says:

    I did my gastric sleeve done in Nov 2013, but I didn’t really start to lose weight til about Jan 2016. I only enjoyed about 6 months of being at my target weight. I’ve since gained back 30+ pounds & very unhappy. I have a back injury so exercise is very limited. Will your pouch reset diet will work for me? I’m a total skeptic, especially cuz I haven’t changed my eating habits, and I still get sick whenever I try to eat regular food. I end up purging almost everytime. I’m very desperate to lose & keep off my weight but I’m not sure how now that I’m getting fat again.

    Lost & Frustrated

  6. Rhonda says:

    The reset plan says to drink a low calorie shake so is it your own preference of a shake? Or only the Inspire shake? And what recipe do you use? Just use water? Can almond milk be used?And how much liquid do you mix with your shake? I downloaded and entered email but nothing states any of the things I’ve mentioned. Thanks for letting me know!

    • Suzanne Shaw says:

      We wrote the 48 Hour Reset with Inspire in mind as it’s the best there is on the market for Bariatric nutrition. You are welcome to mix it any way that suits your taste as long as you do NOT add fruit, yogurt or other additions. Keep it easy and simple 🙂

  7. Cindy says:

    I’m 6montjs post Slevectomy and feel like I can devour any all foods!!!
    I lost close to 60lbs but I’m afraid of gainythat and more! Please help me

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