Sky's The Limit
- 345 lbs down to 165lbs
- Lap-Band Surgery November 2004
- If I can do it, so can you!
Love to See Your SmileBe sure to post a picture of yourself with my book. I love seeing your smiling faces!
Before, During & AfterI always love getting emails with any progress pics. Want to share your story? Send it to me and I will share it on the blog!
Book ReviewWell done Karen! You should be so proud of this book. You have always been and continue to be so inspirational! ~ Jennifer Young
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Book Review“Just finished It’s Never Too Late by Karen Gillman and loved it. This book offers concrete tips for people who have had lap band surgery and inspiration for the rest of us. I’m inspired!” ~ Angie Lusk
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If you, or someone you know, has undergone weight loss surgery or is contemplating it, I encourage you to purchase Karen’s book, It’s Never Too Late. I believe this book is a must-have book for anyone considering weight loss surgery. Her book will inspire you and provide valuable insights into her personal experience with life after weight loss surgery. ~ Shellie Bowdoin
“You Can Do This! If I Can Do It, Anyone Can.”
~ Karen Gillman
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