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Topic: Recipes

Holiday Help: Avoiding Unhealthy Foods

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After bariatric surgery, your diet and lifestyle is essential to maintain.  Going from a stomach that can hold about 1000 milliliters of food or liquid to a stomach that holds 50 milliliters requires a serious commitment.  And after a consultation and pre-surgery prep, we know that you are willing to put in that effort.  But,… Read more »

Try this recipe! Thai Spiced Chicken

No more bland chicken breasts! This recipe combines simple seasonings and spices to make a tasty, high protein muscle building meal. Ingredients 6 chicken breasts cut in half 350g/12oz natural non-fat or low-fat yogurt 2-3 tbsp Thai red curry paste 4 tbsp chopped fresh cilantro 7.5 cm/3 inch piece cucumber Lime wedges and salad greens… Read more »

Processed Foods and Making Healthy Eating Choices

Eating healthy can be an extremely difficult task with the many new ingredients and groceries at the store.  With claims of low fat and vitamin fortification, it’s easy to fall prey to the marketing schemes of food suppliers.  However, these processed foods are often very deceiving.  When you think you are eating healthy you could… Read more »

Ways to Avoid Eating Junk Food

In today’s society, it isn’t difficult to grab a quick and unhealthy snack.  It seems as if every vending machine, every restaurant, and every grocery store aisle is a temptation to our health.  If you struggle with an addiction to junk food, follow these simple steps to recovery. Obesity is a true epidemic in America… Read more »

Maintaining portion control for a healthy diet

Having a healthy diet requires maintaining your portions.  While tradition might tell you that three hearty meals a day is good for you, eating more, smaller portions is the best way to maintain your body weight.  Choose smaller portions and you will begin to see a transformation in your body. While it’s easy to say,… Read more »

What to Expect After Bariatric Massive Weight Loss Surgery

Bariatric weight loss surgery will change your life.  From the confidence you gain to the new, slimmer body that remains, when you go through bariatric surgery, you’ll love the results.  After bariatric surgery, you will notice differences in your body—external and internal.  You want to monitor your body carefully throughout recovery to ensure that you… Read more »

Foods to avoid during the Holidays

With the holidays around the corner, life throws a lot of extra treats your way.  From extra joy to extra time spent with family, there is always something to be grateful for.  Unfortunately, along with all of the wonderful surprises you gather during the holidays, most people tend to gain weight. It might catch you… Read more »

Tips for Eating Healthy – Post Bariatric Surgery

Healthy living is crucial to pre and post-bariatric surgery.  But changing a lifelong habit can be a challenge.  Several factors play a role in eating healthy, ranging from habit and taste to finances.  If you are ready to start eating healthy, here are some great tips for doing so on a budget. With the endless… Read more »

Turkey and Broccoli Meatloaf – A Lighter Twist On The Classic

For many of us, meatloaf  is one of the ultimate comfort foods. What isn’t comforting is the fact that traditional meatloaf is loaded with fat and high in calories. But, with just a few nips and tucks, you can transform this classic dish into a healthy meal that still tastes great. Since meatloaf is based around a… Read more »

 

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