It’s the New Year! That means new goals to set for yourself. If you are on a weight loss surgery journey, chances are the holidays were really tough for you. No matter how far out you are, holiday foods can be very tempting. If you caved on some holiday treats, don’t beat yourself up about it. Keep reading to learn how you can stay accountable with yourself this New Year.
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Dec 31, 2019 Posted by: Kim Hembree bariatric, bariatric community, Bariatric Lifestyle, bariatric surgery, Bariatric tips, before surgery, Pre Bariatric Surgery, Pre OP, weight loss, weight loss surgery, Weight Loss Surgery Tips, wls, wls community, wls journey, WLS Story, WLS Tips
You have decided to have weight loss surgery. This exciting journey starts with the pre-op stage. It can be overwhelming when you are getting ready for surgery. There are so many appointments and rules that you have to follow. It can be challenging trying to figure out how to navigate through everything. So, here are a few things to expect during the pre-op stage to help you prepare for your journey.
Dec 14, 2019 Posted by: Kim Hembree bariatric, bariatric community, bariatric diet, Bariatric Lifestyle, Bariatric Nutrition, Bariatric Sleeve, Bariatric Snacks, bariatric surgery, Bariatric tips, food, food tips, snacks, weight loss, weight loss diet, weight loss surgery, Weight Loss Surgery Tips, wls, wls community, wls diet, wls food, wls journey, WLS Snacks, WLS Story, WLS Tips
As bariatric patients, we are limited with how much we can eat in a day. This is why it is so important that we make the best choices possible. Snacking is one of the biggest culprits of regain, so it is critical to know the best foods to eat and the ones to avoid after weight loss surgery. Keep reading to discover some great snacks for after WLS.