There is certainly evidence to suggest that people who are eating late at night are heavier than those who don’t. But is that just because they eat more at other times too, so have a higher calorie intake overall?
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
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-
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.
So we’ve made it to the end of 2016 and now, after the usual surfeit of Christmas eating, all thoughts seem to turn to diets. You can’t open a newspaper, read a magazine, watch ‘the box’ or surf the web without being bombarded with the latest ‘amazing diet’ as recommended by so and so.