So here we go again – fighting bravely against the onslaught of diet scams and magical weight-loss plans that almost screech out to us from newspapers, magazines, books, the radio, TV, podcasts and all the rest. It’s hard to cut through the ‘noise’ isn’t it every January or New Year? And none more so than
I hope this morning you have risen with enthusiasm for the new decade ahead and are raring to go to put into practise all good intentions. You could be forgiven however if you feel a tad confused, bewildered and basically swamped with all that information out there on bariatric surgery, the WLS regime
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,
So we’ve made it to the end of 2017 and now, after the usual surfeit of Christmas eating, all thoughts seem to turn to diets. You can’t open a newspaper, read a magazine, watch ‘the box’ or surf the web without being bombarded with the latest ‘amazing diet’ as recommended by so and so.
So it’s the final day of the year at last … and I am delighted to have made it! Have your last few ones, like mine, been an over-stuffed comedown? One of my friends calls this time, ‘CHRIMBO LIMBO’, because everything does seem suspended. But the lethargic haze is now lifting and I