Good health habits are generally slow to develop. And it takes a lot of effort to stay the course for the long journey. After the bariatric diet ends, we try various other diets and exercise routines. Yet still we seek that magical combination of what is both enjoyable and easy to stick with. And that’s precisely […]
Do you wonder how some parents get their child to eat healthy while your kid wants juice boxes and cookies? Does the following scenario sound familiar to you? I was recently at a vacation spot where I overheard a conversation between a mother and her son. Both were in a playground area, and the youngster’s […]
Studies show that prolonged periods of inactivity increase the risk for heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and obesity. As a society, we share a sedentary lifestyle that is more hazardous to our health than smoking. We sit in our cars on the morning commute, sit behind a desk for eight hours, sit in our cars for […]
New Year’s Resolutions date back to around 2000 BC. Since that time, a diversity of cultures have adopted the practice. Goals for self-improvement are shared with friends and guests at the tick of midnight every December 31st. Statistics tell us that 45% of Americans will make New Year’s resolutions but only 8% will achieve them. […]
One-third of adults in the United States are obese and projections for the year 2030 show that number will rise to forty-two percent. Morbid obesity will have doubled by the same year, and eleven percent of the population will be one hundred or more pounds over their ideal body weight. Obesity in America is an […]
My Bariatric Life is feeling sneaky.
6 days 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 ...