Many of us are accused of either being blinkered or viewing WLS life through rose-tinted glasses but most of us do reflect on our decisions and choices over this period between Christmas and New Year. Many, me included, make plans (big and small) that we hope will make a difference to our health,
Happy Thanksgiving to all my friends, family, visitors and supporters who are celebrating this special event around the globe. My own personal, and the best wishes of everyone involved with Bariatric Cookery, go out to you all. I have commented on my Instagram post this morning about the value of ‘being grateful’ and
GUEST POST: One of the reasons I believe that diets ultimately fail, is that we usually start them in a negative frame of mind – because we feel bad about the way we look or feel. What’s more, for the majority of us who have been on repeated diets, it is difficult not to feel
It’s a classic dieting downfall. We set ourselves up for failure when we opt for the standard dieting approach.
I love this time between Christmas and New Year – a time for me to sit back and ponder over the year gone by and the year to come, but no pressure as yet to clean out the kitchen, sort the piles of receipts and bills, although there’s the thank you notes to write.