Do you incorporate farro into your gastric sleeve diet? Many people haven’t even heard of farro, and even less have tried it. But farro is a grain that bariatric patients should consider including in their weight loss diet. Let’s take a closer look this Italian grain.
High cholesterol (>200mg/dL) is often associated with a higher risk of heart disease and stroke. With dangerous levels of cholesterol flowing in the blood, some can deposit in the arteries, which can limit the flow of blood and lead to cardiovascular problems. High cholesterol has no obvious symptoms until it leads to problems, so it’s
Celebrities swear by it. Clean living advocates advocate for it. Detox diets are based on it. It’s supposed to make your skin look radiant, flush toxins out of your body, and suppress appetite. All by adding the juice and possibly some rind to your water. Sound too good to be true? Then it probably is.
If you are new to exercising, it may seem like there’s a whole new language to learn. Carb, squat, HIIT, plyometrics, deadlift, and burpee are just a few terms that might make a newcomer’s head spin. Exercising is crucial to improving your health and promoting weight loss, and we want our gastric sleeve, gastric bypass,
Don’t want a hot dinner in the summer Florida heat? No problem, have a salad. But what about if you need to get adequate protein after your gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or lap band surgery? No problem, have this salad. You can get protein, legumes, vegetables, fruits, nuts, whole grains, and healthy fats all in
Study: Lap band surgery safe, long-term solution for obesity Posted at: 01/18/2013 – WHEC CHANNEL 10 A new study finds lap band surgery is a safe and long-term solution for treating obesity. Australian researchers followed more than 3,000 patients who underwent gastric banding as far back as 1994 when it was first introduced. A significant
Weight Loss Surgery effecting Diabetes Benefits of bariatric weight loss surgery are well established for maintaining sustainable weight loss. Recent research has shown that bariatric surgery not only affects weight loss, but surgery can also help reduce or eliminate specific diseases. One disease in particular includes controlling diabetes, a disease resulting from high blood sugar.
After surgery, you will find that you need to make changes in your eating patterns, not only to prevent pain and vomiting, but also to produce the desired weight loss. Perhaps even more important is development of appropriate eating habits to prevent band slippage and obstruction of the stoma (the opening for foods leaving the upper
Two activities critical to the successful bariatric surgery patient after surgery are diet and exercise. Consistent exercise for bariatric surgery patients leads to greater weight loss success. Studies have shown that exercise is the single best behavioral predictor of weight loss post-surgery. For the bariatric surgery patient though, exercise can be the most difficult post-surgery