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  • Tips for Pre-Op Bariatric Surgery Patients

    Tips for Pre-Op Bariatric Surgery Patients

    If you have decided to have gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or lap band surgery, congratulations! You’ve made the first step in a journey that will change your life forever. While you wait for your surgery date there are some things you can do to prepare.

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  • If You Don’t Have Insurance for Bariatric Surgery, Consider Care Credit

    If You Don’t Have Insurance for Bariatric Surgery, Consider Care Credit

    Not everyone has health insurance, and even those who have health insurance may not have coverage for bariatric procedures. Each insurance policy is different. To learn if you have coverage for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or lap band surgery, it’s best to read your plan documents or call your insurance provider to find out.

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  • What’s the Difference Between Olive Oil and Extra Virgin Olive Oil?

    What’s the Difference Between Olive Oil and Extra Virgin Olive Oil?

    Olive oil or "light" olive oil is different. "Light" olive oil is not light in calories, but lighter in flavor. Light olive oil and regular olive oil are usually a blend of extra virgin olive oils and refined olive oils. Refined olive oils are usually made using chemicals and/or heat to remove flaws in the olives. A lighter-colored oil with a more neutral flavor is achieved.

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  • Five Reasons to Practice Planks

    Five Reasons to Practice Planks

    If there was one pose you could do everyday to help improve your body would you do it? Well, there is. Plank pose is a strength training pose that works several muscle groups (including abdominals, arms, legs, chest, back, and glutes) at one time. It’s done isometrically, meaning the pose works by contracting your muscles and holding one steady position. Planks won’t take the place of aerobic workouts which burn a lot of calories.

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  • Does Your State Have the Highest Rate of Obesity?

    Does Your State Have the Highest Rate of Obesity?

    The 2018 State of Obesity report was released in September. The American Heart Association’s CEO Nancy Brown released this statement based on the report: “This year’s State of Obesity report presents a stark illustration of the toll the obesity epidemic continues to take on our nation. A record number of states-seven-report adult obesity rates of at least 35 percent.

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  • How to Get Rid of Bat Wings (and we’re not talking about Halloween)

    How to Get Rid of Bat Wings (and we’re not talking about Halloween)

    People carry excess weight in different places. For many obese people, even people who have lost their excess weight after bariatric surgery, they carry excess fat and skin in their upper arms. This drooping or wobbling skin is unaffectionately called “bat wings.”

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  • Can Bariatric Patients Do This For One Minute?

    Can Bariatric Patients Do This For One Minute?

    One minute can be a good goal for a non-runner to achieve. When on a walk, set a timer on your phone and begin running when you hit the ‘start’ button. Run like you’re trying to catch something or someone. It’s OK if have a hard time making it the full minute. Just keep trying every day for one minute, and you will be able to do it. Then, you could try adding a second minute later in your walk or doubling your running time for a two-minute interval. A second minute, or even third, does seem to increase the benefit to your bone health. Plus, it burns a few more calories that can contribute to weight loss.

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  • An Easy Recipe for Bariatric Patients Who Don’t Know What to Do with Chicken Thighs

    An Easy Recipe for Bariatric Patients Who Don’t Know What to Do with Chicken Thighs

    Chicken thighs have a reputation for being juicy and flavorful, a perfect combination for bariatric patients. The dark meat of chicken thighs is moister than chicken breast, which is helpful to gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients struggling to eat protein after their surgery.

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  • One Change Bariatric Patients May Not Be Prepared For

    One Change Bariatric Patients May Not Be Prepared For

    Once you schedule your bariatric surgery, life changes. You will have lab work and appointments to go on. You will have a new diet to plan for and a hospital stay to pack for. Once you have your gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or lap band surgery there are many more changes to prepare for:

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  • Entering a New Phase after Bariatric Surgery

    Entering a New Phase after Bariatric Surgery

    For gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and gastric band who are entering the semi-solid food phase of their post bariatric surgery diet, finding foods to eat that you both enjoy and tolerate can be tricky. Some foods taste good, but don’t sit well in your new stomach. Some foods are tolerated by your stomach, but your mouth (or nose) is a different story.

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