Permanent weight loss is not a guarantee of bariatric surgery. You must do the work to not slip back into ingrained behaviors, habits, and ways of relating to food, as well as physical inactivity. In this 3-part interview with Lori Rosenthal, a bariatric dietician, we examine some of the healthy behaviors necessary and pitfalls to […]
Sometimes we hear questions that amuse us, but if no one asks those questions we might never have answers. I agree with the notion that all questions are good questions, and I enjoy a smile as well. With that, here are a few silly questions that bariatric patients report being asked. So silly, in fact, that […]
Yoga is a practice that originated between four to eight thousand years ago with suggestions of the form showing up in the Indus Valley civilization around 3000 BC. The idea of uniting the mind, body, and soul in a single cosmic unit did not present until around 800-100 BC. Yoga for bariatric patients are a […]
There are a number of issues that bariatric patients will need to address before and after obesity surgery. Prior to weight loss surgery, there will be an evaluation to determine the patient’s overall physical condition and to assess whether the individual is an appropriate candidate for bariatric surgery. Bariatric patients will not only establish an intimate relationship […]
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My Bariatric Life is feeling sneaky.
2 months ago
I'll let you in on my dirty little secret. I hide the chocolates in the vegetable drawer of the fridge where no one in my family ever goes! bwahahaha #truestory #MyBariatricLife #weightlossjourney #bariatrics ...