Congratulations! You've made it through the first full week of 2017! If you are part of the 41% of Americans that made a resolution this year, you are probably still going strong. But it's at the two-week point that most people start backsliding and give up entirely on their new eating or fitness regimen. Why … Continue reading How to Keep Your Resolution Fail Proof
Americans on average eat out at restaurants 4.5 times per week. Soon these diners will notice a common theme at all restaurants that have twenty or more locations. Calorie information will be published within menus and posted on menu boards. All sites will have to be compliant with this new law by May 5, 2017. … Continue reading Calorie Information Coming to Restaurant Menu Near You
The Lap-Band has been one of the only minimally invasive bariatric surgeries around since the FDA approved it in the United States in 2001. Gastric Bypass is considered the gold-standard surgery with the most research followed by the Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy. But both of these procedures require drastic internal changes of the stomach and digestive … Continue reading Is the Intragastric Balloon Replacing the Lap Band?
In the United States when you have surgery, you aren’t put to sleep until you enter the operating room. This was just the first of many clues that Kaycha Baez’s experience wasn’t going to be what she expected. Baez, 28, from Kissimmee, FL traveled to Tijuana, Mexico in June of 2015 to have vertical sleeve … Continue reading Weight Loss Surgery In Mexico: Is It Worth The Risk?
According to the latest numbers from StateofObesity.org, “38-percent of all adults in the United States are obese.” As the obesity epidemic grows, more and more people are resorting to some sort of surgical intervention to limit their caloric intake. There are three main types of Bariatric surgeries: gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, and the lap band. … Continue reading Buyer’s Remorse: The First Month After Bariatric Surgery