Dietitian Support on your Baritastic App Members to FoodCoachMe connect to Steph for feedback and tips Baritastic: The #1 App for Bariatric Patients If you’ve had bariatric surgery, or planning to, you may have heard of the Bariastic App for your phone. This is a powerhouse app that works as a food journal created … Continue reading "Dietitian Support on your Baritastic App"
Salty Snacks and Sweet Treats that won’t stall your progress Whether you miss something to crunch or looking for something sweet Disclaimer: This post has been sponsored by Bariatric Choice (www.bariatricchoice.com). All opinions expressed are my own. True hunger or head hunger? When it comes to snacking outside of a meal time, the … Continue reading "Bariatric Friendly Snacks and Treats"
Staying positive in a weight loss journey When post-op progress feels like it’s taking forever Before and Afters Do you ever take a “before” picture, but never feel like you’re truly at your “after” picture? Maybe you take some photos along the way, but do you always feel like you have more to go? … Continue reading "Positive Thinking (Part Four)"
Bariatric Friendly Instant Pot Shredded Beef Roast A classic shredded beef roast with carrots and onions A classic meal, without the potatoes, but filled with comfort As I continue to work towards hitting publish on my eBook – Instant Pot for Bariatric Surgery Patients, I have made another roast recipe in the process of … Continue reading "Instant Pot Classic Shredded Beef Roast and Carrots"
Positive Thinking and Weight Loss It’s probably not sabotage. It’s probably normal. Help me please! For this edition of positive thinking and weight loss surgery I want to focus in on one particular word that I hear, in my opinion, far too often. I get a lot of emails every week from patients trying to … Continue reading "Positive Thinking (Part 3)"
Positive Thinking and Weight Loss Looking at obstacles with a new lens (and staying kind to yourself through it all) The emotions of weight-loss surgery I have found when it comes to the mental side of a weight-loss journey, it is incredibly helpful to look at the journey through a different lens. So much emotion … Continue reading "Positive Thinking (Part Two)"
What does positive thinking have to do with weight loss? How other members answered the question…add yours in the comments! Of course it’s hard! If it were easy it wouldn’t be such a big struggle for our Nation. New diet programs come out all the time but the truth of the matter is, … Continue reading "Positive Thinking (Part One)"
Calculating macronutrients on your own recipes Using Baritastic for journaling and number crunching
28 Day Focus Challenge Goal Tracker Tips Keeping and editing the tracker on your phone.
28 Day Focus Challenge Enrollment is Closing Challenge begins Monday, February 4th. If you want to: ⇒ Get rid of a bad habit ⇒ Get on track ⇒ Get inspired ⇒ See results again ⇒ Not drink a ton of shakes or spend a lot of money…. ⇒ Connect with other post-op … Continue reading "28 Day Challenge Enrollment Closing 2/1/19"