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  • 2 Ways to Measure Your Body Fat Percentage at Home

    Many gastric sleeve patients are used to weighing themselves regularly. Seeing the number on the scale progressively decrease is one of the most satisfying parts of their weight loss journey after bariatric surgery.

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  • What You Need to Know About Heatstroke

    What You Need to Know About HeatstrokeAugust and September are notoriously hot and humid in Florida. Temperatures are expected to be in or near the 90’s almost every day. For people who like to exercise outdoors, temperatures can pose a risk of heatstroke.

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  • 3 Bodyweight Exercises Bariatric Patients Can Do At Home

    3 Bodyweight Exercises Bariatric Patients Can Do At HomeGastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and gastric band patients know that exercise, along with their low calorie diet, is crucial to maximize their weight loss success. There’s just no getting around the fact that exercise helps burn calories, reduce body fat, build lean muscle mass, and helps improve both blood pressure and blood sugar levels. Workouts and strength training should be incorporated into a bariatric patient’s new lifestyle after they have been cleared to exercise by their bariatric surgeon.

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  • Yet Another Reason for Bariatric Patients to Lay Off Carbs

    Yet Another Reason for Bariatric Patients to Lay Off Carbs Bariatric surgery patients are supposed to refrain from eating carbohydrates (even complex, high fiber carbohydrates) until one year after surgery or when they have lost the excess weight. For some weight loss surgery patients, not eating carbohydrates for breakfast can be a real struggle.

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  • Don’t Wait Too Long Before Having Bariatric Surgery

    Don’t wait until your BMI is over 40 to have bariatric surgery. That is a theme of a study published this past fall in the Journal of the American Medical Association Surgery. According to the study, patients who had bariatric surgery after their BMIs were above 40 were less likely to achieve a BMI under 30 after their first year post surgery.

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  • What is Hypothyroidism?

    Hypothyroidism is a term used to mean an underactive thyroid gland, meaning your thyroid gland doesn’t produce adequate amounts of hormones. Your thyroid gland is a small butterfly shaped gland located just below your Adam’s apple that produces triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4). These hormones help control your body’s metabolism, body temperature, influence your heart rate, and regulates production of proteins. When these hormones are unbalanced, it can wreak havoc on your body.

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