Yes, it’s another thing on your calendar. Another car ride. Another event to go to. Another thing taking you away from family, responsibilities, work, or fun. But losing weight is hard. And doing it alone is even harder. Attending support groups for weight loss might add a burden to your calendar, but the benefits can definitely outweigh the burden.
Dr. Shillingford’s gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients have always been encouraged to attend his monthly Nutrition Support meeting held the second Monday of each month. Attending the meeting is often difficult for many patients due to a variety of factors (distance, timing, work, family responsibilities, etc).
For Dr. Shillingford’s gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and gastric band patients who are looking to cook up some Egg Muffins from this blog post, we thought we’d give you some interesting flavor ideas to keep your taste buds on their toes!
Low magnitude, high frequency mechanical stimulation (LMMS) reduces adipose (fat) tissue and thus may be a method of reducing weight and health risks such as diabetes. A new study takes this concept to another level.
In overweight and obese people, fat often gets deposited in the midsection of the body. Large amounts of this belly fat can lead to unhealthy changes in a heart's function and size. But according to new findings a bariatric surgical procedure, and the weight loss that follows it, actually allows the heart to return to its natural shape and function.
Talking about dental health with children and parents - about what is healthy and unhealthy for your teeth - can be one way to prevent children from becoming overweight.
This year we celebrate National Stress Awareness Day on November 1st. Take this day to identify and reduce the stress factors in your life.
Oats are a whole grain, the kind of low glycemic index carbohydrate that gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients should eat instead of white flours. Despite the long history of oats, they’ve gotten quite confusing lately. Steel cut, rolled, whole oats, instant, Irish, quick, Scottish- it seems there’s an endless number of different