One of my post popular queries, and the one I constantly see on Forums from early and medium post-op patients, relates to weight-loss stalls and plateaus. Different to weight regain (which I have covered previously) this often requires a different approach to rectify or jump-start. Often the best ideas and solutions come from those who
So we’ve made it to the end of 2017 and now, after the usual surfeit of Christmas eating, all thoughts seem to turn to diets. You can’t open a newspaper, read a magazine, watch ‘the box’ or surf the web without being bombarded with the latest ‘amazing diet’ as recommended by so and so.
So we’ve all had them, many recognise they could well happen again – ‘mess-ups’ whether they be binge, thoughtless, not-mindful or any other kind of unplanned eating that went unchecked. What did you do, and more importantly what should you do, when this happens? Read on for some brilliant advice from my friend Dr Connie
GUEST POST: Food should be seen as fuel, but also a pleasure. And when is food a more essential part of our enjoyment and pleasure than over the festive season! So – the last thing you want to be doing is counting the calories in your Christmas dinner (not much pleasure in that). To help you,
GUEST POST: This coming July 1st (2018) will not only be Canada Day, but it will also mark the legalization of marijuana (aka pot, weed, cannabis) in Canada. While we have the occasional patient ask us if smoking marijuana is okay after bariatric or weight loss surgery, we anticipate that this question will become