With all the information available about fats (some of which are necessary for optimal health) in your diet, it can be hard to make the healthiest choices. Your Weight Matters has some great information to help guide you.
Information about calories is increasingly available, found on food labels, restaurant menus, and many websites. While this can be very helpful, there are some things to think about when counting calories.
Would you believe that technology you hold in your hand can help you lose weight, increase your fitness levels, boost your immunity or improve your health vitals? We do, and so does your smart phone.
Your Weight Matters reports on an exciting new tool from the Obesity Action Coalition that offers a secure, supportive environment for bariatric patients to seek out peers and professionals to gain more information about weight and health.
If you’re looking for an important tool to help you on your journey to health and better food habits, knowing how to read a nutritional label can help you get the most out of your daily food intake.
While the holidays are a time of celebration and cheer with families, friends, and loved ones, they can also be a time of stress. Your Weight Matters has some great strategies for reducing the stress while keeping the joy.
During the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it’s vital to keep self-care on your to-do list. We often forget to take care of ourselves in the rush of caring and giving to others.
With cold weather and rainy days coming fast, we long for warm, hearty meals full of flavor, while still being healthy and supportive of our weight loss goals.
You’ve gone through bariatric surgery, lost weight, and you feel better about yourself. What next? This is part two in a series about understanding and dealing with loose or baggy skin.
After undergoing weight-loss surgery, one of the biggest complaints that some patients have is that after losing weight, they have loose skin. This is part one in a series about understanding and dealing with loose or baggy skin.