I was delighted to take part in this feature by Kristin Willard for her website – 8 of us so-called ‘experts’ (mainly by experience) or well-known folk in the WLS world (and successful patients), gave an account of just one top tip that made all the difference to weight-loss surgery success. You’ll be surprised
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
I can confidently predict that my mail bag requests and pleas for help from those who are faltering or stuck with weight-loss results after surgery, peaks at this time of year, only beaten by the predictable after Christmas scenario. Why? Sometimes it’s the realisation that summer holidays beckon and the vacation wardrobe doesn’t fit;
January seemed like a long, long month! ‘Dry’ for some and challenging for so many others in different ways. But here we are … February … and a new opportunity to make this month count in terms of fitness, health and weight-loss or maintenance. Have your resolutions held firm since the New Year?
Controlling your portions doesn’t mean you need to eat tiny amounts or measure out precisely the number of peas on your plate. But if we’re eating too much, then we may need to retrain our brains to see a smaller-than-normal portion as satisfying enough. Here are some extra tricks to try so that