If you are following your medical weight loss diet plan, exercising regularly and drinking the proper amount of water day in and out, then one or two cups of coffee a day might not be a problem—especially if it is that second cup of coffee that is giving you the energy to make it through your workout. [Read more]
Obesity and your Health
Your morning routine can have a huge impact on your ability to stay healthy and on track with your weight loss program throughout the day. Setting a positive intention for your day from the moment you wake up can help you to make healthier choices as you progress through your daily routine. Engaging in a […]
Losing weight takes a lot of work and not just in the ways that you might think! Sure, it requires a whole lot of mental energy to overpower those cravings for chocolate cookies, and a great deal of physical energy to push yourself to the gym after a long day at work, but losing weight requires even more than that. Your entire body needs to be on the same page, otherwise you could start working against your own needs. This is part of the problem that occurs when you become dehydrated. [Read more]
How many times a week do you make it through a drive thru? Statistics show that Americans are more likely to indulge in take-out more than any other culture, and the reasons as to why we head to the drive thru window are hard to argue with. A long day at work, the cheap prices of fast food, and the desire to get food on the table quick with everything else going on in the day are all valid reasons as to why even the most well-intentioned family may turn to the drive-thru window. [Read more]
Sometimes it is hard to get up the motivation to go to the gym. After a long week at the office, by the time the weekend comes it can take a lot of mental energy to convince yourself that heading to the gym is worth the hassle—especially when you know it will be the only […]
*Weight loss surgery results vary between individuals depending on the initial weight, medical conditions and adherence to prescribed treatments. Speak to Dr. Bass about the results you can expect.