So you have been losing weight successfully after WLS and then all of a sudden the numbers on the scale seem to stop moving. We’re not talking about those ‘very early days’ post-op small blips where the body is simply re-calibrating, but longer term when you begin to doubt the loss will happen again. What
GUEST POST: More people than ever are buying into the gluten-free trend – not necessarily because they are suffering from coeliac disease, but because it has achieved a bit of a ‘health halo’ status. Just the mention of ‘gluten-free’ on a packet seems to endow some mystical health benefit to it! There has been an explosion
GUEST POST: When it comes to weight-loss we are always looking to spotlight a particular food group as the hero or villain. We talked about fats for years – they were DEFINITELY the reason behind our obesity crisis and so we were sold low-fat, sugary, processed apologies for food to make us all slim
GUEST POST: Most of us have a ‘sweet tooth’ – but you can’t have failed to hear all of the bad press about sugar. Unfortunately, that bad press is true – sugar provides no more than empty calories and energy that you can better get from elsewhere. And yet, we are eating
GUEST POST: We know that a healthy, balanced diet is the key to a healthy body, but it can be tough knowing exactly which foods are the healthiest for us, with the constant barrage of new studies and research branding certain foods as either hero or villain when it comes to our health.