GUEST POST: This month we found ourselves talking a lot less about food with our patients, and more about the importance of shifting one’s expectations or frame of reference after WLS to be happy. As you likely know, although your body physically undergoes a lot of changes in the months after surgery with relatively little
It’s a classic dieting downfall. We set ourselves up for failure when we opt for the standard dieting approach.
Whilst I shun headline-grabbing attention relating to diets and ‘getting body beautiful’ for anything, I do follow some of the research behind them. None more so than the esteemed and respected Dr Brian Wansink. So whilst dieting for me and many others post-wls is a thing of the past, I do recognise the sense
GUEST POST: I am currently in Rio de Janeiro, speaking at the 21st World Congress of the International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity & Metabolic Disorders – IFSO 2016. As Lee Kaplan from Harvard University reminded the audience, obesity is a disease of energy homeostasis, where everything seems to be
There’s nothing worse for a diet than impulsive eating decisions. These often happen when we tired, agitated, or simply hungry. That’s why it makes sense to make food decisions when we are relaxed and satiated. A group of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and Carnegie Mellon University conducted a series of field studies