Perhaps it’s the time of year (after the excesses of the holiday season and Easter); the start of the summer; launch by many more companies of ‘magical’ pouch test ‘cures’; and all the rest, but my mailbag and inbox has been inundated with queries on ‘stretching the pouch’ and how to overcome ‘WLS regain’
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It’s been a momentous and exciting week here – first the birth of a new grandchild and now the arrival of my new bariatric book ‘The Bariatric Bible’. It’s seems like I have been waiting forever for this new ‘baby’ but here it is (a little earlier than expected). And I am thrilled with
Vegetarian and Vegan eating has become something of a thing at the moment (or maybe you are are calling it the more trendy ‘plant-based’ eating?) I think it can at times be quite challenging. I especially think that trying to adhere to a Vegan diet in particular is more than trying. I therefore
This month sees my 9 year ‘oppiversary’ of weight-loss surgery. It’s an old cliché, but I seriously don’t know where the time has gone – it seems to have flown by. I am so grateful for the new life this surgery has given me on so many levels – not just with health but also the additional
Every now and again I get a flurry of requests about a topic that is either in the news; gaining popularity; or causing confusion for bariatric patients. This has been the case just recently with the keto diet. Some WLS patients have been enjoying success with this low-carb regime; others are tempted to try it