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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THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE DURING OUR PAUSE It seems like forever ago when we made the decision to pause and put on hold our Bariatric Cookery Shop due the the covid-19 crisis, but we’re now satisfied that we can re-open and offer some of our items again, whilst keeping you and our staff safe. We’ve
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