So we’ve all had them, many recognise they could well happen again – ‘mess-ups’ whether they be binge, thoughtless, not-mindful or any other kind of unplanned eating that went unchecked. What did you do, and more importantly what should you do, when this happens? Read on for some brilliant advice from my friend Dr Connie
You might think it bad timing just before a UK Bank Holiday to be addressing a feature on cutting out or back on alcohol. It may well be (and there will be those who roll their eyes and scroll on by – and that’s fine). For some however it will be another uncomfortable reminder that
It’s a classic dieting downfall. We set ourselves up for failure when we opt for the standard dieting approach.
Today I am delighted to announce a collaboration with two very experienced bariatric dieticians who will bring some further professional advice to bariatriccookery.com Lisa and Monica (see their profiles below) will bring some much-needed, scientific-based information to bariatric patients who are faced with constant (and sometimes conflicting) advice relating to their diet/lifestyle/exercise regime pre-
GUEST POST: Although the Roux-en Y gastric laparoscopic bypass is associated with long-term weight loss, some patients will regain weight due to an enlarged pouch and/or stoma . In an interview with Bariatric News, Dr Jan Willem Greve from the Zuyderland Medical Center Heerlen and Dutch Obesity Clinic South, The Netherlands, discusses the reasons