The Ups and Downs of the WLS Journey to Success! You can be forgiven for thinking the path to WLS success is a straight one. Regular weekly losses of around about the same amount each time; a consistent pat on the back from your dietitian or team; no issues with compliance; and ‘you’re doing fine’. I know
GUEST POST: Did you know that our total energy expenditure (TEE), or the amount of calories we burn each day, is not really about how much we move? It’s mainly down to the basic processes essential for life – basal metabolic rate (BMR) – which makes up around 60-80% of energy use. Then we burn some
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
It’s December 31st, 2015. You hop on the scales and you weigh the exact same amount you did on January 1st, 2015. How would you feel? Happy? Sad?