Hey, I'll share! How about we split the cost of liposuction and you all can inject some of my hip fat, lol.
Having lived through the can't-eat-I'm-too-sick period, I certainly do not want that kind of diet. In fact, I don't want any kind of diet at all. I'm looking to more mindful eating and exercise to take off a little weight. It amazes me to no end that there are people out there that will take that new fat-blocking drug just to try to lose a few pounds when the side affects include diarrhea and anal leakage. I spend my days trying to avoid that and other people do it on purpose? Weirdos! I'd definitely rather be fat and continent, thank you.
We do have our new member, Lil, who said he was on a bulking-up diet and was doing great with it until he suddenly developed IBS, but he thinks maybe the whey powder he just added may have been the cause. I don't know what's in that--it's a by-product of the cheese-making process, but I'd have to get out my Laura Ingalls books to figure out which part--but you should probably avoid it just in case. Protein can be hard to digest, but if it's in a shake form, it's partially digested for you, so it may not bother you so much. You may just want to go into the GNC store (or whatever) and tell them that you need to gain some weight because you have a stomach problem that keeps you from eating as much as you should and see what they recommend. Vitamins would probably be the first thing. Make sure whatever shake you get it doesn't have a lot of fiber in it--at least not more than you are used to taking already--so you don't get sick from that. And then just buy the smallest bottle of what they recommend and try it and see how you do. If no worse for wear, then try the next thing that's recommended--only add one new product at a time. They may even have a return policy if you find that you can't take something because it makes you ill.