GUEST POST: Feeling stressed makes us hungry for all the wrong foods – bad news in our quest for healthy living. So what can we do? We’ve all done it. Mindlessly wolfed down a triple by-pass burger and chips in front of the computer as we try to meet a work deadline. Or
GUEST POST: Any serial dieter will tell you to steer clear of the dairy cabinet. It’s full of saturated fat that will play havoc with heart and waistline. Opt instead for low-fat processed spreads,skimmed milks and fat-free cheeses. Big mistake. Fat is not the villain we once thought it was. There is no doubt
There is certainly evidence to suggest that people who are eating late at night are heavier than those who don’t. But is that just because they eat more at other times too, so have a higher calorie intake overall?
Your WLS Team will all suggest that post-op you arm yourself with good nutritional food that complies with the less than 3-5% fat and sugar rule for healthy and bariatric-friendly meals. That’s fine if you follow recipes where the nutritional information is given (we give them here at Bariatric Cookery), but what about
An interesting guest post today from Bariatric Cookery’s friend Dr Sally Norton, who asks and replies to the question as to whether we should ditch the calorie counting in light of what we now know … or make your calories count?