ARE YOUR CRAVINGS, SNACKING AND GRAZING HABITS SCUPPERING YOUR WEIGHT-LOSS GOALS POST-OP? Grazing is the consistent, day-long consumption of low-value food items – in other words they are unplanned snacking. You know the kind of thing – finishing your child’s breakfast cereal; having a biscuit every time you make a hot drink; eating
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This week I have mentioned ‘Back to Basics’ on many occasions to those who want to get back on track. But what are they? Here we give you the definitive list … Eat a 3 meals a day with a couple of optional small snacks that are high in protein, low in fat
We all deal with “head hunger,” that insistent little voice that tells us we really need a bacon double cheeseburger, even though we had a full lunch two hours ago. Coping with head hunger is a fact of life, even for those of us who have had weight loss surgery.