You may well have been advised to drink (and sometimes the reverse) protein supplements as part of your post-wls eating regime – every team has it’s own guidelines! That sounds fine and good until you look at the vast array on offer in terms of price, flavour, nutritional basis and effectiveness. We can’t select the
Vitamins, minerals and other supplements
The need for more research into the short and long term consequences of protein and nutritional deficiencies is welcomed by everyone. The latest, outlined below, indicates an equally strong need for gastric band patients to have a regime to follow to prevent problems further down the wls road as that of bypass patients.
January seemed like a long, long month! ‘Dry’ for some and challenging for so many others in different ways. But here we are … February … and a new opportunity to make this month count in terms of fitness, health and weight-loss or maintenance. Have your resolutions held firm since the New Year?
It’s pretty gloomy outside the Bariatric Cookery HQ at the moment and all of us are pretty sure that we’re not getting enough Vitamin D from sunlight! We aim on a daily basis to boost this with Vitamin D rich foods (see here) and take
Out and about socialising and also flitting around the social forums this last week has made me realise that there are countless myths and misconceptions about weight-loss surgery. Many WLS patients realise this and some don’t or are confused by mixed messages from the media and others. Here’s a guest post that gives a round-up