Happy Easter from Bariatric Eating

Easter is a traditional meal usually featuring Baked Glazed Ham. I have put together a menu that is simple and bariatric friendly, that the entire family will love. Our menu starts out with easy to eat Shrimp Deviled Eggs. I make a mean no sugar Ham Glaze and swap the usual potatoes for Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower or a Caramel Sweet Potato Puree that uses Starbucks Sugar Free Caramel Syrup!

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Bariatric Surgery and Mineral Nutrition

Bariatric Surgery and the market surrounding weight loss is one of the largest in the USA and other industrialized nations. Many millions of people turn to diet, exercise, nutritional supplements, and pharmaceuticals to help in their fight against obesity. According to the US Center for Disease Control, morbid obesity is the cause for over 500,000 … Read more »

Probiotics after Gastric Bypass May Improve Weight Loss!

Laurie Barclay, MD

July 16, 2009 — Probiotics may improve weight loss and other outcomes after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RNYGB) surgery, according to the results of a prospective, randomized trial reported in the July issue of the Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery.

“Surprisingly, the probiotic group attained a significantly greater percent of excess weight loss than that of … Read more »

NEW! Inspire Protein Foods. KaPow!

SML knows life with bariatric surgery and her new Protein Pastries & Protein Soups are truly delicious and make life easier.

A lightly sweetened Cinnamon Square is an ideal grab & go breakfast, mid-morning or mid-afternoon snack with 15g protein & just 2g sugar


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