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Thinking Well: Preparing Yourself for Weight Loss Surgery

Although most people who choose weight loss surgery come to their surgery prepared for all the physical changes that occur after surgery, often times they are not prepared for the psychological changes that also occur. These psychological changes take the most work to prepare for. It is important to visualize where you want to be […]

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Stock Your Pantry & Save: Part Two

One of the best ways to help you keep your money in your wallet is to make sure you have the essentials on hand. Keeping your pantry or your fridge full of ingredients that you use often is just another way to eat smart. You can also find great deals on day-old bargains, but don’t […]

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Stock Your Pantry & Save: Part One

The modern American cook is geared toward making quick meals for themselves and/or their family. The simplicity of getting quick, easy foods is the focus of our fast paced society. Yet, the first step in the right direction is to have healthy, nutritious foods and recipe staples available to you. This will help eliminate the […]

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Do Your Emotions Affect Your Eating? Why it’s Important to Know

Have you ever tried to lose weight on your own? Or tried the newest and greatest fad diet? Do you get angry with yourself for overeating or having a lack of willpower, panicking as the pounds come back—sometimes more than you lost? Maybe your mood or your emotions are affecting your ability to be successful. […]

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Weight Loss Surgery: Tips to a Healthier You

Weight loss surgery provides you with a powerful tool to help you lose weight. Everyone’s journey is different, and how fast you lose weight is different from person to person. Your weight loss is also dependent on which weight loss surgery you have had. For example, if you have had a lap-band, the weight comes […]

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