Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery

A Pear a Day Keeps the Weight Away?

December is National Pear Month and research is showing a few good reasons to enjoy sweet, juicy, fresh pears. According to a new study published in Nutrition and Food Science journal shows that fresh pear consumption is associated with better diet quality and weight parameters, both of which are important to gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, […]

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Consider Signing Up for a 5K Today

Many people run, jog, or walk to help them lose weight, get healthy and fit, to get fresh air, to improve their cardiovascular health, and to strengthen their muscles. For gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients who have taken up running, jogging, or walking to improve their health, consider signing up for a […]

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Food Highlight: Kiwi

Kiwi has an interesting appearance and an interesting story. Originally grown in China and named the Chinese Gooseberry, kiwis were brought to and cultivated in New Zealand in the 1900’s. In order to avoid high duties charged on berries, New Zealanders changed their name to kiwifruit as the small, fuzzy, brown fruit resembled New Zealand’s […]

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3 Clever Ways to Cook Cauliflower

You may have heard that white foods should be avoided since they are not as good for us as their colorful counterparts. That is a good rule of thumb, but certainly not a hard and fast rule. Cauliflower is one of the reasons that rule doesn’t always apply. Cauliflower may be white, but it is […]

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