Our dietitian friends Lisa & Monica at Bariatric Surgery Nutrition who have contributed frequently to bariatriccookery.com are about to publish their new book that covers a multitude of questions relating to weight-loss surgery. I have been fortunate enough to see it in advance and can say without hesitation it will be so valuable to both
GUEST POST: Undergoing weight loss surgery is a life-changing event and after the procedure it’s imperative to get a handle on a new way of eating. The need to eat a healthy diet is an obvious one, but what about portion control? You’ll have a reduced capacity to digest food and your stomach will
There has been quite a lot about diets in the media this week – not least the Horizon programme last night examining the impact of ‘cleaning eating’. Somewhere along the way the clean eating concept (which many saw as the opposite of processed/junk food eating) has become mixed up with bogus scientific
Curious things happen in October. Pumpkins transform into faces and shiny conkers fall from the sky! There seems to be magic afoot as bubbling pots of root vegetables turn into velvety smooth soups and windfall apples become a wonderful cake or pie.
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