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  • Walk This Way

    Walk This Way

    Walking is by far one of the best ways to include physical activity in your day, especially after gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or lap band surgery. Walking for an hour a day can burn upwards of 400 calories. It requires no particular athletic skills or equipment, all you need are good shoes. Another benefit to

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  • Cherry Almond Popsicles

    Cherry Almond Popsicles

    It’s hot in Florida! Cooling off with a cold treat sounds like a good idea. But, many frozen desserts, like popsicles, can be high in sugar and not much else, which makes it difficult to fit into a gastric sleeve diet. Making your own popsicles can be a good way of making sure your including

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  • 5 Ways to Naturally Lower Your Blood Pressure

    5 Ways to Naturally Lower Your Blood Pressure

    High blood pressure, or hypertension, is a medical condition that can lead to grave consequences. If left untreated, high blood pressure can lead to conditions such as: Aneurysm Coronary Artery Disease Enlarged heart Heart failure Stroke TIAs Dementia Kidney Failure Vision impairment Sexual dysfunction Once hypertension has been diagnosed, it is important to follow your

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  • 3 Foods That Can Lower Cholesterol and Help You Lose Weight

    3 Foods That Can Lower Cholesterol and Help You Lose Weight

    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

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  • Why Do Onions Make Us Cry?

    Why Do Onions Make Us Cry?

    We’ve all experienced it: the burning feeling and tears in our eyes when we chop, dice, or mince our favorite bulb to add to our meal. Why do onions make us cry? The cells of the onion’s bulb have a chemical called propanethial S-oxide, or otherwise known as Lachrymatory Factor (LF). When the onion is

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  • Lemon Water: Miracle or Mediocre?

    Lemon Water: Miracle or Mediocre?

    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.

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  • What is a Bodyweight Squat?

    What is a Bodyweight Squat?

    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,

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  • Summertime Suppertime Salad

    Summertime Suppertime Salad

    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

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  • Bariatric Surgery

    Bariatric Surgery

    Bariatric Surgery is a major, life changing commitment that is an effective and safe method of weight loss for those who are desperately seeking answers. However, surgery should not be considered the first line of therapy. Patients must show extensive effort with diet, exercise, and other natural alternatives before considering bariatric surgery. Although the procedure

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  • Childhood Obesity and its Impact on Health

    Childhood Obesity and its Impact on Health

    Childhood Obesity and its Impact on Health Childhood obesity has become a major health concern among clinicians in recent years. In fact, more than 23 million children and teenagers in the U.S. are obese or overweight, a statistic that health and medical experts consider an epidemic. Childhood obesity has more than tripled in the last

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