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  • The New Trend: Smoothie Bowls for Breakfast

    The New Trend: Smoothie Bowls for Breakfast

    Smoothie bowls have taken social media by storm.  They are aesthetically pleasing to the eye (at least that’s how Pinterest makes it look).  Smoothie bowls vary in ingredients, and can be chock full of healthy nutrients and vitamins.  But why on earth would you put a smoothie in a bowl, when you can put it

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  • Turmeric: The Golden Child of the Spice World

    Turmeric: The Golden Child of the Spice World

    Americans can’t seem to get enough turmeric lately. While the trend has been steadily growing since 2008, Google has seen over a 50% rise in turmeric related searches since November. Why are consumers seeking information and recipes on this spice that is most well known for its role in curry powder? Turmeric may not be

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  • Vitamin D in Your Diet

    Vitamin D in Your Diet

    Vitamin D is one of the most talked about vitamins in the media. Research suggests that its contribution to a healthy immune system. One study suggests that people with low Vitamin D levels are 62% more likely to suffer from recurrent strep throat. Some foods that supplement healthy doses of Vitamin D in your diet

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  • Mini Cajun Shrimp Frittata Recipe

    Mini Cajun Shrimp Frittata Recipe

    In the name of joy-filled holiday weekends and Cajun inspiration board certified bariatric surgeon, Dr. Kahlil Shillingford, shares his recipe for protein packed frittatas. Both shrimp and egg provide a lean protein punch while spices bring in delicious flavor to make your taste buds dance. By inspiring post Sleeve Gastrectomy (Gastric Sleeve) patients to try

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  • “Light” Foods Lead to Heavy Eating

    “Light” Foods Lead to Heavy Eating

    Low fat, light, and diet versions of foods may have been developed to help combat the rising obesity rates, but it seems they may be doing just the opposite. The World Health Organization (WHO) called for policies that promote low fat foods, and the food manufacturing industry responded in overwhelming amounts with low fat products

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  • The Nutrition Facts Label: What’s Different?

    The Nutrition Facts Label: What’s Different?

    The FDA recently unveiled it’s updated version of the Nutrition Facts panel, the label on the back of packaged goods that lists macro- and micro- nutrients. Several changes have been made since the last version was released in 1994. We highlight the changes below and how they may impact bariatric patients. The total calories will

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  • Memorial Day BBQ Ideas

    Memorial Day BBQ Ideas

    Memorial Day is upon us, and while it serves as a day to remember those who died in active military service for our country, it is customarily celebrated with family gatherings and BBQs. While traditional hamburgers and potato salad may be tasty, they aren’t exactly bariatric friendly. The bun and the potatoes add bulk and

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