Weight loss surgery can be an effective way to lose weight and regain control of your health. Surgery isn’t “taking the easy way out” or an admission of failure in your efforts to lose weight and be healthier; it’s a choice to take a positive step toward taking charge of your health and your life.
Your Weight Matters has a new tool for you as you maintaining the weight-loss you’ve worked so hard for as you take your next steps, and it’s FREE.
Princeton Bariatric’s Clinical Operations Coordinator Kat Fields recently appeared on Talk of Alabama to discuss her weight loss journey.
With the new year here at last, many of us have been thinking about New Year’s resolutions. Unfortunately, many of the resolutions we plan won’t make it past the end of the month. Your Weigh Matters has some tips for making your resolutions stick.
When you seek facts about your weight and health, it’s so important to make sure you’re getting the right information. Now the Obesity Action Coalition has a new resource to help you with your journey.
Your Weight Matters offers motivational quotes every Monday for people meeting the challenge of weight loss and healthy life style.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons has kindly given us permission to share a number of educational bariatric surgery videos here.
You are cordially invited to our Bariatric Center Christmas Party! When: Saturday, December 19, 2015 • Where: Bariatric Center Auditorium Time: 5:00 pm til 7:00 pm Dress: Boots to Ballgowns We want you to feel free to dress “up” or “down” as your little heart desires and plan to relax and have a blast with us! […]
After bariatric surgery, it can be challenging to find and follow your “new rules” for healthy eating and to make better choices when it comes to food. Some of the most popular mantras repeated by dieters everywhere still don’t quite work.
Bariatric Eating offers a number of foods and supplements to help you with your diet plan and weight goals.