Post-Bariatric Diet

WHO Cracking Down on Trans Fats *

Trans fats have been one of the greater enemies of the people for quite some time now. Since they first entered the dietary conversation about 30 years ago, trans fats have been one of the top culprits that weight loss doctors, nutrition experts and dieters alike have pointed their fingers at. The problem is that avoiding trans fats is difficult—and it’s not simply a willpower issue on the dieters part. [Read more]

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After Weight Loss Surgery, Stay Informed *

Education is the key to success. Whether you are looking to start a new job, hoping to build your understanding of a different culture, or yes, even improve your health, the best place to start is with your education. [Read more]

Cutting Fat to Lose Weight *

Depending on the type of weight loss surgery that you choose to undergo, you may be recommended for a low-fat diet. Fat is naturally found in a lot of foods, especially meats, dairy, and baked goods. While some fats in your diet is healthy, there are some fats that are best removed almost entirely from your daily intake. [Read more]

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Eating for Healthier Blood Pressure *

In Fort Myers, there are all sorts of reasons as to why you might want to lose weight. For some people, fitting into an old pair of jeans or looking your best for an upcoming event are at the top of your mind. But when you think about what really matters in life, and why […]

Eating Healthy after Weight Loss Surgery *

Eating healthy and eating healthy after weight loss surgery are two very different things. To eat healthy is to make the smart choices that support your body. The idea stays the same after you have weight loss surgery, but the process actually looks very different. Once you have weight loss surgery, the choices that you’ve always known to be smart for supporting weight loss goals might not be smart for supporting your adjusted digestive and dietary needs. [Read more]

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*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.