Tag Archives: bariatric surgery

Downsizing Your Portions

Do you find yourself so hungry that you could literally eat a house? Have you noticed how much you dish on your plate when let yourself get that hungry? It is time to battle back and empower you to take control of your hunger and your portions. Research shows that we are likely to eat […]

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Preparing Relationships for Your Weight Loss Surgery

When you are considering weight loss surgery, there are many changes to learn about and prepare yourself for. Learning as much as possible to help you pick the right surgery is crucial. You need to understand the changes that will take place in your body and how it will affect what you eat, drink, and […]

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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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Shrimp Stir-Fry

Stir-fry is an Asian technique of cooking vegetables, meat, and spices quickly. Stir-frying brings out the best flavors in food. This delicious sautéed dish is ready in a flash and best served right off the pan. Description Fresh ginger and garlic, plus a vibrant mixture of vegetables and tender shrimp, give this stir-fry big flavor […]

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Ask A Doc: Can the stomach pouch stretch out after weight loss surgery?

Dr. Steven Simper performs weight loss surgery, including gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, duodenal switch and band procedures in Salt Lake City, Utah. Doctors from around the country have come to him for instruction in the latest weight loss surgery techniques. Patients who have experienced challenges following a previous weight loss surgery procedure also rely on him for […]

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