An interesting guest post today from Bariatric Cookery’s friend Dr Sally Norton, who asks and replies to the question as to whether we should ditch the calorie counting in light of what we now know … or make your calories count?
So it’s started …. one of the greatest shows on earth! I think it will be impossible not to be inspired by some of these amazing athletes in the days to come. If nothing else I am sure it will encourage more to get off the sofa and onto the court, track, field or road
The first part of this feature (see here) was very popular and so now we come to the second and concluding part … read on
I often say that WLS is no quick-fix, indeed I don’t even like the work ‘fix’ because it implies guaranteed solution and ‘job done’ and that is so very, very far from the truth. Plainly speaking WLS is something of a journey that you undertake with no real ending – it’s not like a
GUEST POST: It’s in the news weekly: ‘processed foods are bad for you’, ‘processed are the cause of obesity and heart disease’. But what’s the evidence? And, what is the definition of processed food anyway? I have found previous studies that show how highly processed junk foods can increase addictive-type behaviour… and now