dude it doesnt take discipline if your stomach is the size of a peanut. you dont have much of a choice, you cant eat enough to actually gain weight when you are already 400 pounds and your stomach is that small, it doesnt matter what you eat. he can eat half the fast food crap he ate before, he'd still lose weight. its all about how many calories you burn and take in. if 20 burgers a day got him to 400 pounds, he can eat 10 burgers a day now and lose weight. until he gets to a certain point of course, then he will have to make more adjustments in order to lose more weight. and if he watched what he ate and if he really was that disciplined he wouldnt need the surgery
Dude, you don't know what you're talking about. You are completely uninformed. His stomach is not a walnut. It's exactly the same size as it was before the surgery. He has a Lap Band. Which is a band placed on the upper end of the stomach restricting the passage of food into his full sized stomach. That means that you can still find ways around it by eating foods that "slide" easily through. As the poster before said it takes a lifestyle change and discipline to successfully lose weight with it. Educate yourself before you speak on subjects you know nothing about. That's why you come across as an ignorant toolbag.