Of those surveyed who experienced successful weight loss more than two years following surgery, more than 70 percent reported enjoying eating healthy foods more than they did before surgery
It’s late January and the happy holidays and festive frivolities are a distant memory. Add to this the short days and lack of natural sunlight and it’s not difficult to see why many of us are feeling a tad down and motivation has hit its annual low. But, never fear, the ‘miracle’ cure is simply
Bariatric surgery can slim your body, but attitude and behaviour also play key roles in long-term weight loss, according to researchers from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab. They found that two years after surgery, those who reported increased enjoyment of exercise and eating healthy foods also were more likely to meet weight-loss goals.
Way too often, people start a diet, especially at the beginning of the New Year, get excited about it for a few days, and then return to their normal habits when it gets in the way of their lifestyle. This goes for WLS patients too believe it or not! The major problem here is that
I haven’t quite got my head around my new year plans and resolutions as yet, but I have been reading quite a bit about changing my mindset to make it more of a reality rather than a pipe dream. I have documented before my struggle with setting exercise goals (and tried various different