People with diabetes often feel like their diet is restrictive, or like they are told what they can’t eat or that they can’t eat things that taste good. Enter this twist on a Cobb Salad and you have a fresh, restaurant quality meal that will not leave you feeling like you’ve been cheated. Though you may feel like you are cheating.
If you’ve been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes (often called adult onset diabetes or T2DM) you’ve probably been told by your doctor, nurse, and dietitian about managing your blood sugar. You’ve been told about eliminating refined sugars, reducing carbohydrates, increasing your fiber, and choosing a diet rich in lean meats, healthy fish, whole grains, heart healthy fats, whole fruits, and lots of vegetables.
As obesity rates hit sky high rates so do our concerns regarding greater resources and ways healthcare professionals can reach out and aid patients with counseling regarding obesity. The website below is just one of many that offers a great deal of resources for various healthcare professionals
A recent study published in the journal Obesity Surgery has shown significant benefits for severely obese teenagers and, despite its controversial nature, should still be considered as a first option to manage obesity during adolescence. This is in departure with conservative norms which are reasonable: diet, exercise, nutritional support and motivational support. Led by University […]
You don’t have to have eggs for breakfast to get protein. Gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients can incorporate protein into their breakfasts with Greek yogurt. Most Greek yogurts have twice the protein of tradition yogurt making it a great choice for bariatric patients. One crucial step for surgical weight loss patients or […]
Protein Bars have become a staple amongst many who diet or are health conscious. They are filling and nutritious. Areas of concern can be high sugar content and high caloric content. Areas of richness can be protein bars packed with antioxidants, plant based protein, superfoods and ofcourse flavor! Many times a healthy choice for children […]
Weekends can put us on a different schedule. For some, weekend mornings are the perfect time to fit in a long run, a bike ride, or walk on the beach before breakfast. Finding time to fit exercise into our busy schedules can be tough, but for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients it […]
Eating healthy when eating out is a hard task for the average diner, but even harder for bariatric patients. It’s not just the type of foods offered at restaurants, but the portion sizes that make eating out difficult. A new study out of Tufts University showed that over 90% of 123 different restaurants across three […]
The title of “ancient grains” is creeping its way into the grocery store and on food packages lately. You may have seen it on a box of cereal, but not known what it is or whether ancient grains can benefit those who have had a gastric bypass, lap band, or gastric sleeve. Let’s take a […]