The True Cost of Lock-down If the media is to be believed, for most of us, the weeks of living in lock-down have taken their toll, with many of us turning to food for comfort. But is this really true? Our friends at Jane Plan (http://www.janeplan.com) commissioned some research and asked thousands of people
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Things are a bit tough and tricky at the moment aren’t they? Doesn’t matter if you’re pre-op, early-post-op, a mid-term bariatric patient or, like me a bit of a veteran post-op – we have all been handed a new set of challenges on our bariatric journey. Normal, as we knew it, is no longer
What’s happening around the world with Covid-19 is unsettling for us all … and it’s worth remembering we’re all in this together. Many of us will be house bound or taking refuge at home – doing our level best to stay safe, stay well, stay sane and look after loved ones. I know how
The fear and anxiety that has been whipped up by the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19) is growing daily and fuelled by rising figures of infection worldwide. It’s not something to be ignored, but walking that tightrope between panic (and maybe a little hysteria) and nonchalance (or a shrugging of shoulders) is tricky. Like
I have been sitting on this loser’s bench at Bariatric Cookery for almost 9 years now (and post-op coming up for 10) and have been thrilled to greet all-comers – pre-op, post-op and those supporting them. But I have rarely asked the question … Have you enjoyed my content so far? Well occasionally I do