Weight Loss Blog

Waking Up to Weight Loss *

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]

Fit for the Long Haul *

There is an old saying about not being able to teach an old dog new tricks, and when it comes to losing weight there are many who assume that once they’ve reached a certain age there is just no point in trying to make changes. However, the facts don’t back up this point of view. [Read more]

Supporting Weight Loss with Yoga *

There are a lot of healthy practices out there that can support your weight loss program, such as ensuring that you are drinking enough water to stay hydrated, or heading to the gym a few times a week for a helpful exercise class. Creating a regular yoga routine can also support your weight loss efforts, though in different ways. [Read more]

Hydration and Weight Loss *

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]

Weight Loss through Intermittent Fasting *

Every couple of months a new weight loss trend begins to dominate the internet. Some of these are fads that are more likely to leave you lighter on your finances than they are to help you feel lighter on your feet, but others are actually healthy trends that resurface in popularity every couple of years, reminding dieters of their merits and potential weight loss results. [Read more]

*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.