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
Mother’s Day – this Sunday in the UK, is a great time to indulge in something a little different – whether you’re being spoilt or spoiling your own mother. In years gone by we have covered some pretty special ways to celebrate this day (see the links below) – whether this be with food,
Those of you who are regular visitors to our website may well have noticed something a little different today – we’ve had a bit of a makeover! Not so drastic that you don’t recognise us or think you’ve clicked through to the wrong place but hopefully enough to see a few changes (and
Feck Sausages with Colcannon and Guinness Gravy Everyone is Irish on St Pat’s Day and tomorrow we turn our food (and drink) green! We have some old classics to share like our Mock ‘Corned Beef’ Hash recipe; suggestion for Boiled Ham with Cabbage, Champ (basically mash with spring onions) and Parsley Sauce; and
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.