GUEST POST: Most of us are aware of the health problems that alcohol can cause. Not only can excessive drinking lead to major problems like liver disease, but there’s growing evidence that even moderate drinking may increase our risk of illnesses such as some cancers. It’s also pretty bad for our waistlines too! Still not
It’s universally agreed that we should all drink plenty of water (and often more than we do) but why? Is it just a question of hydration or is there more to it than that? We asked Bariatric Surgeon Dr Sally Norton for her advice and what is enough …
There is certainly evidence to suggest that people who are eating late at night are heavier than those who don’t. But is that just because they eat more at other times too, so have a higher calorie intake overall?
Your WLS Team will all suggest that post-op you arm yourself with good nutritional food that complies with the less than 3-5% fat and sugar rule for healthy and bariatric-friendly meals. That’s fine if you follow recipes where the nutritional information is given (we give them here at Bariatric Cookery), but what about
“How many calories should I be eating Carol?” is perhaps the most popular