GUEST POST: This month we found ourselves talking a lot less about food with our patients, and more about the importance of shifting one’s expectations or frame of reference after WLS to be happy. As you likely know, although your body physically undergoes a lot of changes in the months after surgery with relatively little
It’s a well-known strategy that most dieting gurus peddle on a frequent basis the ‘don’t shop while hungry’ and ‘always shop with a list’ advice. But what other strategies could you put in place to up your game and ensure you become or stay a ‘loser’ when shopping for your WLS regime?
GUEST POST: So we all may ask… Can shopping really be a transfer addiction? We may say… but I have lost so much weight and I need to buy more clothes; I look really good and I just want to shop; I feel really good and I want to shop; I can finally shop in
GUEST POST: Think “December” and your thoughts inevitably move to Christmas, and then even more inevitably to Christmas shopping. Was there ever a task more draining than Christmas shopping? Particularly if, like many of us here you’ve left it to the last minute! But it’s not all negative. In fact, as we’ve found out,
The holiday season is upon us and with it comes the mad rush to decorate, bake, cook, spend time with friends and family, buy presents, and hopefully enjoy ourselves! Are you exhausted yet? We are. As the holidays take over it can be a bit difficult to keep up those activities that better our