It’s universally agreed that we should all drink plenty of water (and often more than we do) but why? Is it just a question of hydration or is there more to it than that? We asked Bariatric Surgeon Dr Sally Norton for her advice and what is enough …
Fit Mom Looks Drastically Different After 2-Lb. Weight Loss: ‘The Scale Is Not the Ultimate Factor’ Today we bring you the 2nd of our joint collaboration features from dietitians Lisa and Monica. This one covers that topic that crops up time and time again – the scales and what it is or isn’t telling you. Most
Lifelong vitamin and mineral supplementation is essential in weight-loss surgery patients to prevent side-effects such as osteoporosis and fractures. However, patient compliance with supplements is known to be poor. New methods of achieving long-term compliance are offering better routes to improving the health of bariatric surgery patients.
Today I am delighted to announce a collaboration with two very experienced bariatric dieticians who will bring some further professional advice to bariatriccookery.com Lisa and Monica (see their profiles below) will bring some much-needed, scientific-based information to bariatric patients who are faced with constant (and sometimes conflicting) advice relating to their diet/lifestyle/exercise regime pre-
GUEST POST: Not that long ago, the only choice when it came to nut butters was smooth or crunchy peanut butter. Now the preserves shelves in health food shops are offering a choice of almond, cashew and brazil alternatives – but what are the health benefits?