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Bariatric-friendly recipe for chicken and broccoli pizza with a cauliflower crust.
Bariatric-friendly recipe for fish and veggie kebabs.
Bariatric-friendly recipe for grilled lemon-sage chicken.
Recipe for a healthy tuna salad
Bariatric surgery can be a life-changer. It can help you lose a lot of weight if you’re obese, and it can drastically improve your health.
Limiting sugary foods and drinks can help people manage their weight.
Cauliflower may be low in calories and fat, but it’s high in vitamin C and a good source of folate.
When you think comfort food, potato pancakes are probably on the list. Here’s a simple way to add some healthy veggies to this comforting favorite.
Now that you’ve reached your goal, ditching these common habits will help you maintain your new healthy weight.
A recent study suggests that having bariatric surgery now rather than waiting until you’re heavier may lead to better results.
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