It’s been a momentous and exciting week here – first the birth of a new grandchild and now the arrival of my new bariatric book ‘The Bariatric Bible’. It’s seems like I have been waiting forever for this new ‘baby’ but here it is (a little earlier than expected). And I am thrilled with
I was never asked to consider a sleeve as an option when I had my surgery almost 7 years ago. I did however go on to meet several sleeve patients at one of my support group meetings and we discussed the differences in the surgical option and wondered what differences we might encounter longer term.
Most people have a few pounds they want to lose; but when weight falls into the range of obesity, the stakes to lose weight get higher. Losing weight isn’t just about body image or how you look in a swimsuit. It contributes to health and quality of life, or lack there of. Those struggling with
Apparently, most women don’t want a smaller bottom, slimmer or sleekier thighs or even a flat and taut tummy…they want to banish their bingo wings! Prima magazine’s survey says that 3 out of 4 women hate these more than anything else. I know on countless forums and at support groups this is a lively topic