Is it fine to cut the meat (and more) after bariatric surgery? This was the question we posed in the last free Bariatric Cookery Newsletter (click to see here). Is it a wise move for someone who has had WLS? There are now so many varied dietary regimes and some might well be
In weight-loss surgery forums and groups the recipe for Ricotta Bake is passed around frequently – and there are a few variations of it. I have my own favourite developed for ‘The Bariatric Bible’ cookery book (see details here). Why is it so popular? Well generally it is a dish that has a soft texture
Can there by anything more tantalising and scrumptious than a strawberry? I think it signifies summer is here and that all the seasonal special events around it are about to happen. Surely there can’t be another fruit that says ‘festive 4th July holiday food’ nor a berry that doesn’t say ‘here’s a winning serve’ for
Every now and again I get a flurry of requests about a topic that is either in the news; gaining popularity; or causing confusion for bariatric patients. This has been the case just recently with the keto diet. Some WLS patients have been enjoying success with this low-carb regime; others are tempted to try it
There are so many foods I like but I guess the key to guessing what they are lies with the seasons – so in spring I gravitate towards asparagus and herbs; in summer berries and other soft fruit; in autumn squash and orchard fruits; and in winter tropical fruits, nuts and anything vaguely festive!