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  • Lower Calorie Rice?

    Lower Calorie Rice?

    Rice is a staple of diets across the world. It is the most widely consumed staple food of a large percentage of world’s human population. It comes in many shapes and colors, from short and fat or long and thin, and white to brown to black. Rice is ubiquitous in worldwide cuisine: Chinese Fried Rice

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  • 5 Beverages to Try in Place of Soda

    5 Beverages to Try in Place of Soda

    If you are trying to kick or reduce your soda habit, you may be looking for alternative beverages to drink. You may want the sweetness of soda, desire the kick of the caffeine, or miss the mouthfeel of the bubbles. We’ve gathered a list of 5 beverages that are better for you than soda, and

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  • Tackle Super Bowl Foods and Win

    Tackle Super Bowl Foods and Win

    Sunday, February 7th is Super Bowl. In addition to its commercials, Super Bowl is pretty well known for its food. In fact, Super Bowl is the second highest calorie intake day of the year after Thanksgiving. The average person will consume 2,400 calories in just this one day. That is way over your gastric sleeve,

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  • Coffee: A Latte of Sugar?

    Coffee: A Latte of Sugar?

    Americans consume over 400 million cups of coffee each day, or 146 billion cups each year.  No doubt, we are obsessed with coffee.  In fact, almost half of Americans would rather give up their cell phones than go without coffee.  It often starts our day in the morning and gives us a quick pick me

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  • Strawberry Cheesecake Bites

    Strawberry Cheesecake Bites

    Mother’s Day is around the corner on Sunday, May 8th. This year you can treat the mom in your life to a special dessert that will tantalize her taste buds without blowing all the hard work she’s put into her diet and exercise. What’s more is that these Strawberry Cheesecake Bites are so beautiful and

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  • “Light” Foods Lead to Heavy Eating

    “Light” Foods Lead to Heavy Eating

    Low fat, light, and diet versions of foods may have been developed to help combat the rising obesity rates, but it seems they may be doing just the opposite. The World Health Organization (WHO) called for policies that promote low fat foods, and the food manufacturing industry responded in overwhelming amounts with low fat products

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  • The Nutrition Facts Label: What’s Different?

    The Nutrition Facts Label: What’s Different?

    The FDA recently unveiled it’s updated version of the Nutrition Facts panel, the label on the back of packaged goods that lists macro- and micro- nutrients. Several changes have been made since the last version was released in 1994. We highlight the changes below and how they may impact bariatric patients. The total calories will

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  • Memorial Day BBQ Ideas

    Memorial Day BBQ Ideas

    Memorial Day is upon us, and while it serves as a day to remember those who died in active military service for our country, it is customarily celebrated with family gatherings and BBQs. While traditional hamburgers and potato salad may be tasty, they aren’t exactly bariatric friendly. The bun and the potatoes add bulk and

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  • Rainy Day Chicken

    Rainy Day Chicken

    It’s been raining a lot here in South Florida, giving us a much needed break from the sun, but it’s also making some of us crave comfort food.  This chicken recipe is savory and delicious, yet won’t leave you slaving away in the kitchen all day.  In fact, the prep time is pretty quick and

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