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Baritastic App

Having trouble tracking your daily protein and water intake? Do you ever forget to take your vitamins? Want to track your weight loss from the day of surgery? The Baritastic app has joined the My Bariatric Solutions team to help with all of this and MORE! When creating a login, use code 31302 to connect […]

Diabetes and Nutrition

National Diabetes Awareness Month—Nutrition and Diabetes Diabetes is rather prevalent in the United States, affecting approximately 30 million individuals. Shockingly, 7 million of these individuals are not even aware that they have the disease. As the seventh leading cause of death in the country, it’s important to educate ourselves on understanding the role nutrition can […]

Stress and Health in the Fall Season

The fall season can be stressful after a nice leisurely summer.  Kids are back in school, the traffic to and from work is heavier, days become shorter, and the holidays are just around the corner.  Seems everything gets back into full force! The symptoms of stress can be both mental and physical, so it is […]

Crockpot meals: A simple, healthy way to cook

Are you tired of coming home and thinking “what am I going to make for dinner tonight??!!”  Has dinner time become the most dreaded part of your day? Fret no more! Crockpot meals can be your saving grace! What is a crockpot? It is a slow cooker that can be used every day and is […]

Pregnancy after Bariatric Surgery

Sharon McLemore RN MSN NP-C I’m often asked if one can safely get pregnant after bariatric surgery.  The short answer is, yes.  It’s not unusual for women with obesity-related infertility problems, like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) to start ovulating regularly after bariatric surgery. For this reason, we recommend women of child bearing age who don’t […]

September – Food Safety Awareness Month

In order to avoid foodborne illnesses, food safety guidelines should be practiced when purchasing, prepping, cooking/reheating, and storing foods.  The danger begins once the food items are expired, reheated incorrectly or at room temperature for more than two hours. Bacteria can start to grow as food is opened and exposed to temperatures between 40o-140o F. […]