Posted - July 21, 2022

5 Things You Need to Know When Considering Bariatric Surgery

Weight loss surgery—also called bariatric surgery—is a major decision, which is why it’s so important to understand the risks and benefits so you can make an informed decision about whether or not the procedure is right for you. Check out these 5 things we share with every patient who come to us looking to have surgery: Learn More
Posted - September 25, 2013

Find What Motivates You

Success is a combination of drive and ability being used in the right circumstances. This holds true not only in your professional and personal life, but in your health as well. Each person must evaluate what their abilities and motivations are when trying to lose weight, then create a plan that helps them reach their goals. Learn More
Posted - August 28, 2013

Surviving Restaurants after Weight Loss Surgery

The best way to keep complete control of your diet is to cook meals at home, and for this reason, you should prepare your own food as often as possible after weight loss surgery. Learn More
Posted - March 28, 2013

Getting Out after Bariatric Surgery

Spring is in the air, and that means it is time to dust off the old running shoes and devote your energy to losing weight this season. There are plenty of reasons to get outside more after getting bariatric surgery in Frisco, Denton or Lubbock. From the fresh air to the sunshine and all of the local ways to enjoy nature’s perks, there is no better season than spring to renew your dedication to exercise and kick your weight loss efforts into gear. Learn More
Posted - January 30, 2013

Cooking Efficiently after Bariatric Surgery

You’ve heard it before and the words may have even come from your own lips: “I would eat healthy if only I had the time!” Indeed, time is valuable and limited for each of us, and it can seem especially scarce when juggling the many challenges of bariatric surgery in Frisco, Denton or Lubbock. Still, healthy eating will be essential after your operation—grabbing a meal from the fast food window is out of the question. Learn More
Posted - January 26, 2013

Time Management after Bariatric Surgery

Your bariatric surgeon has likely already laid out the details of your post-bariatric diet plan, and you might already have the specifics worked out as to when and where you will be exercising. These are positive changes and you should be excited about them, but that doesn’t mean they don’t come with a cost. For many people, the cost of developing a healthier lifestyle is time, and you may feel that you don’t have time free to devote to these healthy new habits. Learn More
Posted - January 24, 2013

Busyness and Bariatric Surgery

How many times have you already used the word busy today? If you are like most American adults, the four-letter word may have already trailed off your lips in a number of contexts. You’ve got a busy day today. You can’t cook a healthy breakfast; you’re too busy, there’s too much to do. A mid-morning walk will have to wait; you are far too busy for that today. Learn More
Posted - January 17, 2013

Your Bariatric Surgery Home Fitness Center

Let’s face it: making it to the gym isn’t always easy. Summoning up the motivation to head out can be difficult, and someone else may even be using the equipment you need when you get there. A gym can be valuable after bariatric surgery, but wouldn’t it be even better if you could have exclusive access to a gym in the comfort of your own home? Learn More
Posted - January 7, 2013

Sleep Soundly after Weight Loss Surgery

Diet & exercise—together, the two have become synonymous with weight loss, but you may want to add one more thing to that conjunction after weight loss surgery: sleep. Tossing and turning at night can leave you drained of energy the next day, making you far more likely to skip your workout plans or seek a quick energy boost from food. Learn More
Posted - December 4, 2012

Slip ups and Weight Gain after Weight Loss Surgery

About 80 percent of people who get sleeve gastrectomy surgery or gastric bypass in Dallas are successful at losing weight and keeping their weight off long term. But what about the other 20 percent? What can you do to ensure that you are part of the success group, and not part of the group left searching for more ways to lose weight? Learn More

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