Drop a piece of food and you have 5 seconds to pick it up and have it still be safe to eat. We’ve all heard the 5 Second Rule, and maybe some of us have done it. But it is really safe? Researchers at Rutgers University took to the lab to find out. The looked
In addition to the standard hurricane preparedness practice of having water, money, gas, paper goods, flashlights, and batteries, bariatric patients should take a few minutes to make sure they have adequate food supplies for their post surgical diet. If your area weathers the storm well and there are no power outages, you can continue on
Thursday, February 9th is National Pizza Day. Are you surprised to hear that pizza has it’s own day? Maybe you shouldn’t be and here’s why: Pizza is enjoyed by many countries around the world It’s one of the only foods that can be topped with meat, poultry, fish, vegetables, or fruit and still be delicious
Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy, also referred to as the Gastric Sleeve surgery, has become the fastest growing bariatric procedure in North America. In addition to helping patients achieve their weight loss goals, it has shown success in improving and even reversing obesity-related health risks such as high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, and sleep apnea.