GUEST POST: At the end of a long wintry day, you just want to sink down on the sofa, TV remote in hand, and reach for that ‘sharing’ packet of crisps, or your favourite chocolate – we’ve all been there! The problem with these oversize snack bags (aside from their typical sky-high calorie content)
Here’s the 3rd of our GUEST POSTS from bariatric dieticians Monica & Lisa. At the beginning of July I think we can officially say that summer is now in full swing and with it comes a multitude of temptations, hazards and challenges. They understand all of these my bariatric friends, and have some sage advice
With possible highs of 35 °C today, it’s more important than ever to keep your body continually hydrated, but water intake doesn’t just have to come from the tap. It can sometimes seem impossible to guzzle enough water in a day, and bariatrics unfortunately just can’t guzzle anymore, but a new graphic from AXA
Over the years I have spent a great deal of time, money and effort in seeking out, buying and, it has to be said, enjoying, a frozen yogurt or lolly/popsicle. Often called fro-yo, the trendy name for it, it’s often promoted as a healthy alternative to fat laden ice cream. However, often enough the
‘ ‘Without Valentine’s day, February would be … well, January.’ Jim Gaffigan While some long for the annual celebration to express their love, others fear the romantic minefield and tread cautiously in their gift selection. Bariatrics are no exception – they may dismiss the chocolate fest but wonder what gift will fill the gap.