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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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  • Get Lucky This St. Patrick’s Day (with a Healthier Corned Beef and Cabbage Recipe)

    Get Lucky This St. Patrick’s Day (with a Healthier Corned Beef and Cabbage Recipe)

    March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day, and the traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage dishes can be found all around. But the best recipe will likely be the one you make at home.  By making it yourself, you can make sure to use quality ingredients and eat the portion that is the right size for you

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  • Increase Water Consumption to Decrease Caloric Intake

    Increase Water Consumption to Decrease Caloric Intake

    A new study analyzing water consumption and calorie intake shows some interesting findings, which could benefit gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients.  According to the study, adults drank an average of 4.2 cups of plain water (not including noncaloric drinks such as black or herbal tea, or black coffee).  The average caloric intake

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  • World Health Day

    World Health Day

    World Health Day is April 7, 2016.  This year’s focus is on overcoming diabetes through prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and care.  Diabetes is a chronic disease that leads to high blood sugar levels.  The type of diabetes is dependent on the cause.  Type 1 diabetes is usually an inborn metabolic disease caused by the body not

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  • Majority of Patients See Reduction in Pain and Disability After Bariatric Surgery

    Majority of Patients See Reduction in Pain and Disability After Bariatric Surgery

    In the three year period following bariatric surgery, the majority of patients saw a reduction in pain and improvement in walking ability according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The multi-site clinical study looked at over 2,000 patients who underwent weight loss surgery at 10 hospitals across the

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  • Shrimp and Pineapple Tacos

    Shrimp and Pineapple Tacos

    To feed our readers’ appetite for taco recipes that can fit into gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band surgery diets, this week we offer Shrimp and Pineapple Tacos. For those tired of traditional beef or chicken tacos, shrimp tacos can be a welcomed change. By grilling the shrimp and pineapple, the taco is infused

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  • Sweet Potato Hummus

    Sweet Potato Hummus

    Hummus has been the new trend in snack dips in recent years. It’s better for you than creamy dips. It’s delicious. And it’s nutritious. More than that, it’s vegan, it’s gluten free, it’s legume based, and it can be made with organic ingredients. It kind of hits all the trend buttons. But for those all

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  • 10 Benefits to Kickboxing

    10 Benefits to Kickboxing

    If you’ve ever wanted to try kickboxing, but you didn’t because you thought it was for professional looking athletes, ripped men, and super strong women, then this blog is for you. You don’t have to be a world class athlete to take up kickboxing. You just have to be willing to try something new and

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  • Have Your (Pizza) Pie and Eat It Too

    Have Your (Pizza) Pie and Eat It Too

    It’s pretty much a known fact that pizza is a favorite food around the world. Whether it’s take out, frozen, or in bite-sized rolls, you can always count on pizza to be everywhere. But this isn’t always a good thing, especially when you’re trying to lose weight and stay healthy. The temptation is real and

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  • 3 Changes to Make the Most of Your Bariatric Surgery

    3 Changes to Make the Most of Your Bariatric Surgery

    The amount of weight you lose after bariatric surgery can be affected by weight control practices and eating behaviors after surgery. Over 2000 study participants who had either gastric bypass or adjustable gastric banding were monitored for 3 years after their bariatric surgery. Researchers found that the greatest variability in weight loss outcomes could be

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