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  1. Arti says:

    The food you eat goes into the small stomach pouch at the top, and then moves through the narrowed opening to the bottom of your stomach. Soft, moist, well-chewed foods should go down fairly easily, and give you a feeling of fullness after a small portion. If the band is too tight, then you will have food intolerance to even soft, moist foods. Food intolerance means that your body can’t digest certain foods the way it should. This helps you feel full with less food. Liquids should go down with no problems. This can include dry foods, tough meats, bread, and fibrous fruits and vegetables. It creates a small stomach pouch at the top, and a narrow opening d It creates a small stomach pouch at the top, and a narrow opening down to the bottom part of the stomach.

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