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Do you jump on the scales every day or even more than once a day? Is your whole day dictated by the number on the dial? Then maybe it’s time to step off, step back and look at some other ways to record your progress. Here are ways to measure success that go beyond
Black or white, positive or negative, our emotions can control the way we operate every single day. And nothing, but nothing can dictate the mood of a WLS patient than the scales or sad step as they have become known here at Bariatric Cookery. Not the ‘naughty step’ but the one that can make us
The ritual of weighing oneself is part and parcel of dieting. We’re all familiar with the feelings of anxiety mixed with hope as we place our feet on the scale. How much did I lose? Did I gain? Am I flat again? For some dieters, the weigh-in is so traumatic that they prefer not
I firmly believe that its the small things that can make the biggest differences after WLS. Yesterday (see here) we looked at the importance of portion control and today here’s another aid – journalling or keeping a food diary. I try as hard as possible to do this daily and now it has become routine.