There are some facts that are never, or hardly ever, mentioned about post-WLS results and outcomes – like do you lose weight on your feet so that your shoes no longer fit? Will you lose height as well as weight? These and other questions rear their heads in Forums and in chat groups and
Happy Thanksgiving to all my friends, family, visitors and supporters who are celebrating this special event around the globe. My own personal, and the best wishes of everyone involved with Bariatric Cookery, go out to you all. I have commented on my Instagram post this morning about the value of ‘being grateful’ and
I was delighted to take part in this feature by Kristin Willard for her website – 8 of us so-called ‘experts’ (mainly by experience) or well-known folk in the WLS world (and successful patients), gave an account of just one top tip that made all the difference to weight-loss surgery success. You’ll be surprised
Bariatric surgery can slim your body, but attitude and behaviour also play key roles in long-term weight loss, according to researchers from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab. They found that two years after surgery, those who reported increased enjoyment of exercise and eating healthy foods also were more likely to meet weight-loss goals.
Overnight we had our 10,000th subscriber to the free Bariatric Newsletter! Thank you so much for allowing us here at Bariatric Cookery to share your weight-loss journey – we feel very privileged to be part of it.