GUEST POST: With the recent sunshine meaning those winter layers are starting to come off, a few of us may be looking in the mirror and starting to panic at the prospect of baring it all on the beach come the holiday season. Give it a few more weeks and the magazines will be
Food and Nutrition Basics
GUEST POST: With news this week that coffee shops are set to outstrip pubs, should we be worried? I think so. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not hankering after those days of beer sodden carpets, sticky tables laden with glasses and air thick with tobacco smoke! That wasn’t an atmosphere conducive to a long and
One of my post popular queries, and the one I constantly see on Forums from early and medium post-op patients, relates to weight-loss stalls and plateaus. Different to weight regain (which I have covered previously) this often requires a different approach to rectify or jump-start. Often the best ideas and solutions come from those who
GUEST POST: Many of us have been swerving the bread basket for years under the misguided belief that we’re doing our waistlines a favour. Registered dietitian, Sue Baic takes a look at the humble loaf and its much maligned nutritional status. It may surprise you but bread is the most popular food in the UK.
Our dietitian friends Lisa & Monica at Bariatric Surgery Nutrition who have contributed frequently to bariatriccookery.com are about to publish their new book that covers a multitude of questions relating to weight-loss surgery. I have been fortunate enough to see it in advance and can say without hesitation it will be so valuable to both