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  • Copper May Help Weight Loss

    Copper May Help Weight Loss

    Copper has long been known to have several functions in the body, including assisting with red blood cell formation, absorbing iron, developing connective tissue, and supporting the immune system. But new research shows copper also plays a role in fat metabolism. Researcher and faculty scientist, Chris Chang of UC Berkeley, said “We find that copper

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  • Hydrate!


    It is hot in South Florida, and that means one thing: hydrate! Having enough water is crucial for everyone, but staying hydrated is essential for bariatric patients. With a reduced stomach size, gastric sleeve and lap band patients may have to sip smaller amounts of water more often than their nonsurgical cohorts to get the

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  • Mango Madness

    Mango Madness

    If you live in South Florida, chances are good that you either have or know someone who has a mango tree. Summer is when most mangos are ripe, and mango season is upon us. Mango trees can produce over a hundred mangos each year. After the first dozen, you may grow a little tired of

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  • Exercise Does Not Reduce Negative Effects of Prolonged Sitting, According to AHA

    Exercise Does Not Reduce Negative Effects of Prolonged Sitting, According to AHA

    Sedentary behavior has jumped up in the ranks, but not in a good way. It is now thought to be the second leading risk factor for mortality behind smoking. It is estimated that prolonged sitting is responsible for 430,000 deaths in 54 countries around the world. In addition to mortality, prolonged sitting, lying down (not

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  • Lots to Celebrate this Labor Day

    Lots to Celebrate this Labor Day

    Monday, September 5th we celebrate Labor Day and the unofficial end of summer. Since it will continue to be hot as molten lava for another few months here in South Florida, that label is purely symbolic. But summer break is now over and most schools are back in session. As we celebrate the “end” of

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  • Rainy Day Chicken

    Rainy Day Chicken

    It’s been raining a lot here in South Florida, giving us a much needed break from the sun, but it’s also making some of us crave comfort food.  This chicken recipe is savory and delicious, yet won’t leave you slaving away in the kitchen all day.  In fact, the prep time is pretty quick and

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  • Make Ahead Lunch

    Make Ahead Lunch

    For many people to work in an office, going out and buying lunch is an everyday event.  It’s a chance to get out of the office environment, get a breath of fresh air, and take a break from the hecticness of the work.  But, for gastric sleeve, gastric band, and gastric bypass patients, buying lunch

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  • Do Different Sports Affect our Health Differently?

    Do Different Sports Affect our Health Differently?

    We all know physical activity promotes health and longevity. Exercise helps reduce heart disease, certain types of cancer, type 2 diabetes, as well as the overall risk of death. Yet 5 million deaths a year can be attributed to insufficient physical activity. In order to promote health, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends adults engage

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