Most people like to set goals at the start of a new year. There is certainly nothing wrong with deciding what you would like to accomplish in 2017. However, it is important to consider what goals are reasonable. Here are… Continue Reading
Not everything you may have heard about weight loss surgery is true. Consider these common myths: MYTH 1: Most people regain the weight. FACT: It’s true that some people may regain some of the weight after surgery, but studies show… Continue Reading
With summer here, it’s time to break out the shorts, skirts and sundresses. And the thought of adorning summer attire causes a ripple of fear to go through me. Am I ready for this change in wardrobe? Pool parties mean… Continue Reading
Having worked as a Registered Dietitian for the past year, and having counseled pre-op and post-op bariatric surgery patients, I have worked with many people who, at one point or another, are challenged by food cravings. There are scientific reasons… Continue Reading
Ask anyone in the United States–and possibly the world–and they will tell you that the month of January is associated with new beginnings and New Year’s resolutions. But when it comes to resolutions, there are things that are helpful as… Continue Reading
Since beginning my career in the nutrition field, I have been shocked to find that many people find the grocery store to be a scary, intimidating or confusing place. Because I am so often asked about the best way to… Continue Reading
Whether you are considering bariatric surgery, have already undergone a procedure or have just stumbled upon this blog by accident, I bet you have had someone tell you to eat more protein.  Continue Reading