Tasty Tuesday! New Episode Plus Indoor Grilling Tips!

It’s getting colder outside, but that doesn’t mean we have to stop grilling! This week Jen and Sue show you some of their favorite ways to get their grill on and stay nice and warm indoors!

Shrimp Kabobs
Grilled Venison Medallions
Caprase Salad

What type of grills did we use?
We used a tabletop grill and a coated cast iron […]

By |October 6th, 2015|Blog, Episodes|Comments Off on Tasty Tuesday! New Episode Plus Indoor Grilling Tips!

Why Do We Stall?

By Suzette

After having a conversation with my son, who is not a bariatric patient, I realized that stalls are the bane of the bariatric patients existence.

Well, at least they make us feel like we are not winning the battle against obesity.

I lost most of my weight in the first six months with my doctor telling […]

By |September 2nd, 2015|Blog, Commentary|Comments Off on Why Do We Stall?

I Can’t Do It All – Part 2

By Jennifer

I never intended for this to be a two-parter, as you could probably guess from my first post. But I had an experience last week that led to the realization that I still have hangups about asking for help in my life. I wanted to share this experience with you.

I don’t talk about it, […]

By |July 22nd, 2015|Blog, Commentary, Commentary|Comments Off on I Can’t Do It All – Part 2

What Is “Recovery” and Why Is It Significant?

By Jennifer

When I had bariatric surgery, it was strictly to save my life. I was in bad shape – at close to 300 lbs with high blood pressure, high blood sugar, and sleep apnea (to name a few issues). With the life I was living, it was a fair statement to say that my life […]

By |April 30th, 2015|Blog, News|Comments Off on What Is “Recovery” and Why Is It Significant?

It’s Not All About The Food

By Suzette
Many times we get caught up in social media sites that have recipes for every kind of food that a bariatric patient can eat.  Some are very insightful, and some recipes are barely acceptable.  One of the things I try to keep in mind when writing recipes is that “it is not all about […]

By |March 9th, 2015|Blog, News|Comments Off on It’s Not All About The Food