What You Need to Know About Exercising After Weight Loss Surgery

Posted: October 29th, 2020

Regular exercise is essential to keeping excess weight off after bariatric surgery. Follow our guide for some tips to get you up and moving.   For people struggling with obesity, bariatric surgery is often the best way to lose a significant amount of excess weight. On a mechanical level, the procedure makes your stomach smaller … Continue Reading

Why is Processed Food Bad for Your Health

Posted: October 27th, 2020

Nutritionists will advise you to minimize your intake of processed food, but which processed foods are considered junk food, and why are they harmful to your health? It is important to know why it is that processed food is bad for your health. What are Processed Foods? Technically, processed foods can be any food that … Continue Reading

Do I Have a Comorbid Condition?

Posted: October 22nd, 2020

Here’s everything you need to know about comorbidity, weight-related health conditions, and how weight loss surgery can help reverse them.   Your body is a complex, interconnected system. When one aspect is thrown out of equilibrium, that change can impact other aspects of your health as well or bring new issues to the surface.  For … Continue Reading

When Does Insurance Cover Weight Loss Surgery?

Posted: October 15th, 2020

Thinking about bariatric surgery to lose weight? Don’t let questions about insurance coverage stop you.   If you’ve tried unsuccessfully to lose weight, you may be considering weight loss surgery. This life-changing procedure could add years to your life and prevent serious health conditions. But does insurance cover the procedure?  Most insurance companies do cover … Continue Reading

Small Changes to Jumpstart Your Weight Loss Journey

Posted: October 8th, 2020

If you want to lose weight but don’t know where to begin, making these small changes will go a long way.   Losing weight can mean different things to different people. For some, it’s just a matter of saying no to dessert when eating out, while for others, particularly those who struggle with obesity, it … Continue Reading