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Bariatric Nutrition During Times of Crisis is Important

April 6, 2020 · 0 comments

The expression, “Failing to plan is planning to fail,” is particularly relevant to the bariatric population in the most normal of circumstances. But in times of crisis, having a plan in place is more crucial than ever especially when it comes to bariatric nutrition during times of crisis. Nutrition: Bariatric

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The Science of Supplementation: Fat-Soluble Vitamins, Part 2

August 3, 2018 · 0 comments

In the Fat-Soluble Vitamins, Part 1 article, I introduced you to vitamin D, which plays an important role in bone health and is especially important after WLS, as well as vitamin A, which helps support skin and eye health. In this article, I will discuss the remaining fat-soluble Vitamins E and

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The Science of Supplementation: Fat-Soluble Vitamins, Part 1

July 16, 2018 · 0 comments

Previously in this article series, I have discussed digestion before and after WLS, and the nine water-soluble vitamins. Now, I will introduce you to the four fat-soluble vitamins: vitamin A, D, E, and K. In this article, I'll explain the Fat-Soluble vitamins A and D. Fat-soluble vitamins are like oil and

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The Science of Supplementation: Water Soluble Vitamins, Part 3

April 9, 2018 · 0 comments

In this article, I will introduce you to the final three water-soluble vitamins. To recap, water-soluble vitamins dissolve in water and are lost through bodily fluids. Because our body cannot properly store or recycle these water-soluble vitamins, we need to make sure that we consume them in our diet and

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The Science of Supplementation: Water-Soluble Vitamins, Part 2

February 28, 2018 · 0 comments

Water-Soluble Vitamins, Part 2 I've discussed vitamins B1, B2, and B3 in the "The Science of Supplementation: Water-Soluble Vitamins, Part 1" article. In this article, I will introduce you to the next three water-soluble vitamins. To recap, water-soluble vitamins dissolve in water and are lost through bodily fluids. Because our

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The Science of Supplementation: Water-Soluble Vitamins, Part 1

February 14, 2018 · 0 comments

Previously I reviewed the overall digestion process before and after WLS; now, I’ll be diving into individual micronutrients and their importance in our daily functioning for our bodies. To start us off, we’ll be looking at water-soluble vitamins. Water-Soluble Vitamins, Part 1 These vitamins, like the name sounds, dissolve in

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The Science of Supplementation: Digestion After WLS

January 8, 2018 · 0 comments

I hope you have been able to review part one of this series, “The Science of Supplementation: Digestion Prior to WLS” article. It provides us with a breakdown of the overall digestion process prior to weight loss surgery (WLS). However, knowing where and how nutrients are absorbed doesn’t necessarily help us

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The Science of Supplementation: Digestion Prior to WLS

November 8, 2017 · 0 comments

Welcome to a multi-part series on vitamin supplementation and the science supporting it for post-operative patients. In this article, I will be discussing a general overview of digestion prior to WLS. Future articles will feature individual vitamins and minerals, and their importance in our bodies. Digestion Prior to WLS: The

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After Bariatric Surgery: Weight Regain Resolution

March 29, 2017 · 0 comments

In the beginning of our weight loss surgery journey, our paranoia and need to follow the rules keep us on track. During the honeymoon period, we have defined goals that we are working towards, which contributes to our advanced weight loss. This weight loss ends and can reverse when we lose

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Yay or Nay: Commercial Weight Loss Programs For Regain?

January 6, 2017 · 0 comments

"Regain" is the word that all post-ops fear to experience. Unfortunately, it is a normal physiological response to extreme weight loss, as well as a side effect of slipping back into old habits. But what help is out there for those of us struggling with regain? Take a look at