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When it comes to losing weight, trends come and go. But no one diet is "the best" for everyone.
Bariatric surgery is an option for some people who are obese and have not been able to lose weight with other methods, such as diet and exercise.
A larger waistline could increase women's heart attack risk by up to 20 percent.
In the months and weeks before surgery, you will need to make some healthy lifestyle changes.
Whether you’re looking to slim down or want to boost the quality of your diet, it’s easy to become overwhelmed by the often-conflicting diet advice out there.
There are many reasons to consider bariatric surgery if you're obese, and one of them might be if you have metabolic syndrome.
Bariatric-friendly recipe for grilled lemon-sage chicken.
A delicious sweet potato dip for chips or crackers.
Bariatric-friendly recipe for chicken and broccoli pizza with a cauliflower crust.
Eat well with this bariatric friendly recipe for fish and vegetable kabobs from Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic.
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