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.
One of our favourite US website and Facebook groups (Bariatric Eating) asked their considerable membership what they used to help them reach their goal and stay there. The answers might well be surprising since they certainly spanned the spectrum of helpful measures and there wasn’t a really out-and-out clear winner but they are all
My feature on ‘slider foods’ caused quite a stir (see here). So many of you wrote to say how easy it was to slip into the habits of old and allow these kind of foods to take over again after surgery – and how much you regretted it but were pleased to now see
GUEST POST: To avoid heavily processed, nutrient depleted carb over the summer, try getting your carbs and fibre from the abundant veg that summer brings. Here are a few quick and easy ideas:
Ah hunger! we think in the early days after WLS that we’ll never experience it again … and then, just a little further down the road it rears its head again. What can you do food wise to deal with hunger and getting satiety from your new WLS eating regime to ensure continued