Weight loss brings a lot of changes with it: new eating habits, learning healthier non-food ways to cope with stress, fresh exercise regimes, and a new, leaner shape. While many people love their new figure after weight loss (after all, you’ve earned it!) some patients find accepting their slimmer, healthier body difficult. Others may self [...]
According to the National Eating Disorder Associating, over 30 million Americans will suffer from a “clinically significant” eating disorder at some point during their life. And surprisingly, even more Americans will struggle with eating disorders that play a significant part in their quality of life, regardless of being it being clinically qualified.
Meet our Patient of the Month: Susie. Susie had revisional surgery with Dr. Ehrlich. She feels that she got her life back after surgery.
It is our belief that other patients can benefit from hearing Susie’s story. If you are interested in revisional bariatric surgery, please contact Ehrlich Bariatrics at (203) 880-5000 or request a consultation. [...]
If this is your first Valentine’s Day since having bariatric surgery at our Connecticut weight loss surgery center, chances are you’re probably missing the goodies (especially the big box of sugary chocolates) that are synonymous with Valentine’s Day. It’s normal to feel like you’re missing out during holidays that revolve around food, especially at first [...]
Now that the New England Winter has arrived, we are always looking for meals that can warm us to the bone, but also pack a punch with protein. This is our recipe for Cauliflower Cheese Soup, which is delicious, easy to make, and gives you a good kick of protein, to warm up those chilly [...]
After bariatric surgery at our Connecticut weight loss surgery center your eating habits will change. Restrictive surgery like gastric bypass or gastric sleeve can help you cut back on the amount of food you can consume during a meal, however, snacking is another story.
Losing weight can be tricky, especially if you let yourself get into a rut. Finding ways to keep weight loss efforts fresh and exciting will help you stay motived to keep strong and focused when temptation is high. If you’re like most people these days, you may have some great weight loss “tech”-niques right in [...]
Type “New Year’s Resolutions” into any internet browser search bar and you’re guaranteed to see “weight loss” as the top New Year’s Resolution on many Americans’ lists. With nearly 35% of Americans classified as overweight or obese, it’s no surprise that many people are working on weight loss as their biggest New Year’s Goal.
After bariatric surgery a lot of things can change. Holidays which were once food focused and centered around holiday potlucks, work dinner parties, and plates full of sugar cookies and gingerbread men will now take on a different life for bariatric surgery patients.
It’s a difficult truth, but the list of diseases and conditions that obesity has been linked to continues to grow. Diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and decreased fertility are just a few of the many health issues linked to obesity in the last few years. As the number of obese Americans rises, researchers continue to study the [...]