Post-Bariatric Diet

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Posted: Aug 15 in Obesity and your Health, Post-Bariatric Diet by

It can be lonely living with a chronic condition. When you suffer from an ailment like Crohn’s disease or GERD, symptoms can go on for days, weeks and months without ceasing. [Read more]

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Measuring Your Risk of Barrett’s Esophagus *

Posted: Aug 15 in Post-Bariatric Diet by

Though this condition usually doesn’t lead to any symptoms beyond those of GERD, Barrett’s esophagus can increase your risk of developing esophageal cancer, which makes it a common cause for concern among GERD sufferers. [Read more]

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Top 10 Acid Reflux Triggers Revealed *

Posted: Aug 15 in Obesity and your Health, Post-Bariatric Diet by

While gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD cannot be cured by simple dietary changes, taking control of your diet and reducing your consumption of some of the most common heartburn and acid reflux triggers can potentially do wonders for your acid reflux symptoms. [Read more]

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Treating Heartburn in Naples and Ft. Myers *

Posted: Aug 15 in Obesity and your Health, Post-Bariatric Diet by

If you struggle with gastroesophageal reflux disease(GERD), then you may suffer from the severe discomfort and lingering pain of heartburn and acid reflux on a daily basis. [Read more]

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Starting the Day Right: Top Tips for a Healthier Breakfast *

Posted: Apr 01 in Obesity and your Health, Post-Bariatric Diet by

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 […]

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The Perks of Weight Loss: Coffee after Weight Loss Surgery *

Posted: Mar 12 in Post-Bariatric Diet, Weight Loss Blog by

There are a lot of challenges that come with the decision to lose weight. Making changes to your diet and exercise habits may feel close to impossible at times, but for some of us, there is one change that really does meet the criteria of impossible: cutting out coffee. The good news is that as […]

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Healthy Shopping for Healthy Weight Loss *

Posted: Mar 10 in Obesity and your Health, Post-Bariatric Diet, Weight Loss Blog by

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]

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Healthy Eating Made Simple *

Posted: Jan 23 in Obesity and your Health, Post-Bariatric Diet, Weight Loss Blog, Weight Loss Surgery by

When you first embark on any new wellness program, the ins and outs of figuring out the new system can be stressful, and sometimes it can feel like sticking with the program long-term is going to be too much to handle. But the longer you stick with a wellness program, the easier it becomes to […]

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Healthy Breakfast Swaps for Weight Loss *

Posted: Dec 15 in Obesity and your Health, Post-Bariatric Diet, Weight Loss Blog, Weight Loss Surgery by

If breakfast really is the most important meal of the day, then it should come as no surprise that the way you approach your breakfast can have a huge impact on your weight loss routine. [Read more]

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WHO Cracking Down on Trans Fats *

Posted: Aug 03 in Post-Bariatric Diet, Weight Loss Blog by

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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