Seasonal baking is a holiday tradition for many. Whether it is nostalgic and reminds you of baking with past family members as a child or brings you joy to bake for others, holiday baking is something that can still be celebrated after bariatric surgery.
The holiday season can be a wonderful and beautiful time of year! However, it can also become a very stressful and busy season for some. Here are a few helpful tips that may help you minimize some of the stressors that the holiday season may bring.
With the holidays approaching, our lives become increasingly busy. It can feel near impossible to incorporate exercise or general activity into the day, but it might be a little easier than we might first expect.
Slider foods are typically very high in sugar, fat, and simple carbohydrates and have very little nutritional value. They typically digest quickly and “slide” through your stomach. We recommend avoiding slider foods to reduce the change of weight gain.
As many know and understand, bariatric surgery is a wonderful tool that helps with weight loss. However, keeping the weight off and not slipping back into old habits is another topic. Read further to learn about several key habits for success.