Realistic expectations are key to weight-loss success GUEST POST: If you are considering bariatric surgery a physical exam will help make sure your body is healthy enough for the procedure. But physical health isn’t the only requirement. Your emotional state is just as vital for a successful surgery and the weight loss to follow, says bariatric and
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There are many reasons for regain after WLS and we cover most of them from time to time. Here’s an interesting feature from a Life Coach who has high-lighted the top 3 most common reasons for weight regain – by examining these you may be able to make plans to avoid the pitfalls. What
By Erin Palinski-Wade, RD, CDE Key Takeaways * Ask your bariatric team to refer you to local support groups in your area. * Recognize and work to reduce the emotional connection with food. * After weight loss has plateaued, focus on high-volume, nutrient-dense foods.
I’m often asked why I don’t have a forum on my website and the simple answer is that I don’t have the manpower of numerous staff or volunteers to moderate it. Sadly moderation is a must with such groups so that everyone is treated with respect, in a non-judgemental way and given the support