So you have been losing weight successfully after WLS and then all of a sudden the numbers on the scale seem to stop moving. We’re not talking about those ‘very early days’ post-op small blips where the body is simply re-calibrating, but longer term when you begin to doubt the loss will happen again. What
Is it the time of year or am I just a little more sensitive to the pleas for help that have been coming my way? Some patients have written to me to ask for help since they’re struggling big time; others have expressed doubts that their surgery is still working for them (and there’s more
This feature could easily be called ‘what’s the best things to do after WLS?’ because essentially they tell the good story about ideal behaviours that bring about success and the sorry tale of those that don’t. We’ve covered this before when we have asked past patients what they do to get great results (here and
GUEST POST: We all have our bad habits – whether it’s sleeping in late at the weekends, or drinking a bit too much coffee (I’m definitely in this category!)… And those bad habits are called that for good reason, right? Well, maybe not. Perhaps some of those so-called ‘bad habits’ could actually be
Some people believe exercise is best first thing, when energy and will-power is high – true or a myth?