Tag Archives: Bariatric Surgery

Patients suffering from gallbladder related issues such as gallstones may undergo gallbladder surgery to improve their condition. Though the gallbladder is an organ people can live without, some dietary adjustments may be necessary after gallbladder surgery to maintain proper digestive functioning. [Read more]

About 20 percent of Americans experience heartburn at least once a week. This uncomfortable condition can come on after overeating or eating foods that are excessively spicy or fatty. It can also be a sign that you have Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease or GERD, which is a condition marked by a dysfunctional lower esophageal sphincter (LES) that leads to repeated aggravation of the esophageal lining by stomach acids. [Read more]

Finding time to fit in a great workout every day is hard to do. This is why some are turning to tactics that can help you burn more calories in less time. This is the premise of HIIT, or high-intensity interval training. With this type of workout, you don’t need to spend an hour or two working out every day. Spending 20 minutes focusing on your workout is enough to get your heart rate up and give your body the push it needs to keep up with your weight loss goals. [Read more]

There is a lot of talk at the moment about a weight loss strategy that has actually been around for a long time. The idea is that instead of limiting what you eat, you focus on when you can and cannot eat. According to the science behind this weight loss method, by restricting how often you allow yourself to eat, you can restrict how much you ultimately eat throughout the day without having to say no to any foods that you love. [Read more]

How many times have you thought this? You know that cooking healthy meals for your family every night can improve your health and the health of your family, but knowing this doesn’t make time appear in the evening. The same goes for fitting a daily workout into your routine. The desire to go for a jog or to attend that fitness class doesn’t make traffic any less hectic, or your to-do list at work any shorter. So where can you find time to make the healthy changes that you want for yourself? The answer may not be too difficult! [Read more]