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;
I love this time between Christmas and New Year – a time for me to sit back and ponder over the year gone by and the year to come, but no pressure as yet to clean out the kitchen, sort the piles of receipts and bills, although there’s the thank you notes to write.
Christmas can be the best of times and for some, it can be the worst. We all need a little help at Christmas, even if it is just someone to say you can do this.
GUEST POST: As the holidays are here, almost everyone is faced with the challenge of eating healthily, or sticking to prescribed (or self-induced) diets. For bariatric patients, this effort is made more herculean by the unending high-fat, high-carb, sugary treats and sparkly beverages that are the hallmark of holiday celebrations. We find ourselves in a
Unsurprisngly those patients who do better and have more success after WLS are the ones who engage in support and have a great network surrounding them. If you’re a spouse, friend, partner or work colleague of someone who is considering or who has had WLS how you you help? This round-up