With barely a week to go to the Christmas Holidays you can be forgiven for getting into a bit of a tizz and becoming anxious because there is so much to think about. Food, gifts, travel arrangements, are just some of those! So what can we do to keep body, soul and our surgery on
Christmas is coming … and with it the inevitable stress, strain, uncertainty and tricky challenges for WLS patients. We have covered this quite a few times before and more recently in our latest free Christmas 2018 Bariatric Newsletter. In it WLS dietitian Nichola came up with some brilliant advice for the lead up and
So it’s the day and night before Christmas and time to let the revelry begin!
GUEST POST: As the holidays are here, almost everyone is faced with the challenge of eating healthily, or sticking to prescribed (or self-induced) diets. For bariatric patients, this effort is made more herculean by the unending high-fat, high-carb, sugary treats and sparkly beverages that are the hallmark of holiday celebrations. We find ourselves in a
I’m posting today’s blog with Thanksgiving in mind – I’ve seen so many forum posts this week from bariatric patients (early and late post-ops as well as those on pre-op regimes) worried about the food onslaught that’s coming in the next few days days. It is however just as pertinent at other times of