I firmly believe that its the small things that can make the biggest differences after WLS. Yesterday (see here) we looked at the importance of portion control and today here’s another aid – journalling or keeping a food diary. I try as hard as possible to do this daily and now it has become routine.
As so many successful dieters can attest, if you want to succeed at losing weight it helps to pay attention not only to what you eat but also to what you write. As you follow your new WLS regime, writing down what you put into your mouth each day may help keep you from
Hallelujah! At long last I have some mainstream professionals agreeing with my concept of weighing yourself. Should you do it daily, weekly, monthly or not at all? At the same time of day, in the nude, before eating and where? My mantra has always beent o do it once a day, at the same time,
I don’t believe I am unduly nosy until it comes to food choice – I just love to see what everyone else eats! Sometimes for inspiration, often for research and just more than once in a while because I’m nosy! My favourite piece in my weekend newspaper is ‘What Tom Ate This Week’
My inbox has had quite a few messages this week from early post-op patients and a few ‘old-timers’ who haven’t quite reached their ideal or chosen target weight. The queries being ‘How can I boost my weight-loss’; ‘What am I doing wrong’; and ‘Is that it?’ echo loud and clear. In almost all cases