GUEST POST: A bit of stress can fire us up – raising adrenaline levels and a desire to succeed. But chronic stress can lead to persistently high levels of the hormone cortisol, which appears to play a role in obesity and the pattern of fat deposition around the middle. This beer belly, paunch or
Those of you who follow me on Facebook and Twitter will have noticed recently that I have been posting regularly on Instagram. I am loving this new social media vehicle and it gives me a great opportunity to show you the kind of foods that I eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner and as a snack.
WLS patients tell me that some of the pills they are prescribed to take post-surgery are huge! I have never been prescribed some of the ones they mention (like Forceval) but can well understand their anxiety about taking something like looks so big. Many teams will look to offer soluble variations of medications but
Those of you who are regular visitors to our website may well have noticed something a little different today – we’ve had a bit of a makeover! Not so drastic that you don’t recognise us or think you’ve clicked through to the wrong place but hopefully enough to see a few changes (and
The latest mid-winter Bariatric Cookery Newsletter is now out and has some great healthy and comforting recipe ideas for bariatric-friendly food. It also has some ideas on how to combat the usual New Year diet madness and some pointers for moving positively through the coming months for successful weight-loss, maintenance and handling regain.