Alright, everybody stop what you are doing and order a tub of BariatricPal Protein One protein powder. As a new customer you get 10% off your first order with code BP10 and free shipping when you spend $69 or more. Seriously, with all the news lately about contaminants in protein powders and manufacturers over-stating the […]
Alex Brecher, founder of BariatricPal, is over a decade-long success with Lap-Band weight loss surgery. In 2003, the same year that I had my gastric bypass surgery, Alex underwent the Lap-Band procedure. At age 27, it took Alex a little more than a year to drop roughly 100 pounds. And he vows to keep it […]
Alex Brecher is not only successful at weight loss (read his Lap-Band success story), Alex also is the man behind the success of BariatricPal. BariatricPal is an online social network for the weight loss surgery community, where patients support each other before and after weight loss. BariatricPal grew out of the desire of Alex Brecher […]
My Bariatric Life is pleased to partner with The BariatricPal Store to continue to fight obesity and support you in your weight loss surgery journey! Access The BariatricPal Store from the SHOP link in the blue ribbon at the very top of this page. It can be very difficult to stick to the foods on […]
Choosing a Plastic Surgeon after Weight-Loss Choosing a plastic surgeon after weight loss is an important personal decision. Someone told me that you do not buy a procedure, you buy a plastic surgeon (Read: 18 Insider Tips on Plastic Surgery). I completely get that. Reflecting on my plastic surgery 10-yrs after my gastric bypass, I […]
This interview originally published as “Cheryl Ann Borne: The Weight Loss Surgery Hero Behind My Bariatric Life” on January 9, 2015. It is republished with permission from Alex Brecher founder of BariatricPal. Cheryl Ann Borne hit a high weight of 285 pounds, and got the gastric bypass surgery in 2003. She maintained her weight loss, but the extra […]
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Did you know? You don't need to guzzle a gallon of H2O during your #exercise session.
It seems like the best way to stay hydrated during a sweaty #gym session, but when you work out at a moderate intensity for less than an hour, you only need to drink enough #water to satisfy your thirst. If you go an hour or more or you're exercising in hot conditions, weigh yourself before and after you work out and sip an extra 16 ounces of water per pound lost. Source: Shape Magazine
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