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    Anyone can lose weight, but the biggest challenge following weight loss of any kind, especially dramatic weight loss, is to be fat no more.

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  • WLS Rules of the Pouch

    The Most Important Weight Maintenance Tools I’m always astounded when a WLS patient tells me they’ve never heard of the Rules of the Pouch. These rules are a basic and extremely important set of tools that weight loss surgery gives you. This surgery is like a supercharged vehicle that will help you win the race […]

  • Getting Back on Track Part 1

    One Slip Doesn’t Mean You’re Sunk The fall from graceOur body’s reaction to carbsOur irrational mindAvoiding the all out bingeResetting the tastebuds and cravings All of us go through periods where we “fall off the wagon”. For whatever reason, a bad day, extra stress, holiday food temptations, tired of the same old food, premenstrual cravings, […]

  • Who’s Responsible for Your Success?

    Who’s responsible for the success of your weight loss surgery? In my last blog I said that there are two key people/groups involved in your success. First of all you, and secondly your surgeon and his/her bariatric team. In my last blog, I talked about your responsibilities, and one of those responsibilities is to do […]