Newsletter – June & July 2011

Most of us pay no attention to the amount of calories we consume on a daily basis. We almost always check the price before we buy a food item. Would it be wrong to suggest that we just as importantly and intently check the calories per serving as well?

Newsletter – May & June 2013

What would an A+ day of eating for a patient with either gastric bypass or Lap-Band surgery look like? Of course, nobody eats perfectly and
nobody wants to eat the same thing everyday.

Newsletter – March & April 2012

Vitamin B-12 helps the body make red blood cells which carry oxygen throughout the body, promote energy and assist with maintenance of the nervous system.

Newsletter – Jan & Feb 2014

The New Year creates an environment shining with opportunities to become a better you. As we reflect upon our past years, we create life critiques for ourselves and focus on the aspects of our lives of which we would like to improve.

Newsletter – Feb & March 2015

Having a plan for meals allows you to steer clear of poor eating habits. Frozen meals that are ready to go along with a supply of fresh fruits and vegetables on hand helps when you find yourself facing crazy, hectic days.

Newsletter – May & June 2014

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed multiple changes to the current dietary food label to promote making healthier food choices.

Newsletter – November & December 2014

November 22nd WLIA Holiday Themed Support Group to be held in our Tempe office from 12:30pm to 3pm In last month’s newsletter, we asked if you have ever attended a WLIA support group. Well, here…

Supplements for Bariatric Surgical patients

Essential Fatty Acids (Linoleic and Linolenic acids) (Omega-3 FA’s) These are vital in your diet whether through food or supplementation. A good company that makes a liquid is They are “essential” because your body…

Weight Loss Surgery Fights Diabetes

In a recent study, weight loss surgery was shown to be effective for obese patients struggling with diabetes. Studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine, by researchers at the Cleveland Clinic and Harvard…