EP 164: How to Choose the Best Protein Bars for Bariatric Surgery
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, bariatric dietitian
6d ago
Protein bars. They’re so quick and easy. But are they just candy in disguise or can they be a bariatric-friendly choice? There are zillions of bars to choose from and they can be so confusing to decipher the labels. What’s a good choice? What’s just a candy bar in a trendy wrapper? Isabel, Gayle and I will tell you how to pick the best protein bars. Podcast Guests:  Bariatric Dietitian Isabel Maples, RD Bariatric Coordinator UVA Health in Haymarket, Virginia Email: ggw5ud@uvahealth.org  Gayle Brazzi Smith MS, RDN, CSOWM, LDN Registered & Licensed Dietitian Weight Loss and ..read more
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EP 163 Beyond Caffeine: 5 Health Benefits of Coffee
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
2w ago
Don’t you just love a good cup of coffee? Plus the boost to your energy level and the way it helps fine-tune your focus. But, there’s more to coffee than just caffeine. You’re going to like the other health benefits too. Visit Procarenow.com for all of your vitamin, calcium and protein needs. Use Code: Susan10 to save 10% You can share the message of hope, healing and transformation with your purchase from NewHopeGirls.com Use code TRANSFORM to save 15% Sign up for the Breaking Down Nutrition newsletter at https://BreakingDownNutrition.com Show Notes Coffee has many health ..read more
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# 162 Can’t poop? Add these 7 foods to your diet
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
1M ago
Can’t poop? Feeling miserable, bloated? Trying to drink fluids but you still can’t go? You probably hear the word fiber almost as often as you do protein. You need action now, in more ways than one, right? Let’s get to the specific fiber foods that you can add to your diet to help you poop. Visit Procarenow.com for all of your vitamin, calcium and protein needs. Use Code: Susan10 to save 10% You can share the message of hope, healing and transformation with your purchase from NewHopeGirls.com Use code TRANSFORM to save 15% *** FREEBIE FOR YOU: sheet pan dinners  Rate ..read more
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EP 161: Here’s what to know about binge-grazing and binge eating after WLS
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
1M ago
If you struggled with binge eating disorder or BED before bariatric surgery, can it still be an issue now? Are there differences in binging before surgery versus after? How is BED related to binge-grazing and what does that really mean anyway? Dietitian Chaundra Evans and psychologist Kelly Broadwater join me to answer all of these questions and share helpful insight for your journey. Podcast Guests:  Chaundra Evans RD, LDN www.BeBariEDucated.com Kelly Broadwater, LPA, LCMHC, CEDS-S www.BeBariEDucated.com BariEducated on Facebook Visit Procarenow.com for all of your vitami ..read more
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#160: Is Nutritional Yeast OK to use after Weight Loss Surgery?
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
2M ago
Christine asked me if nutritional yeast is a replacement for vegan cheese. Sandy wants to know if nutritional yeast is a good way to increase her protein. I bet you have some questions about it too. Is it ok to use nutritional yeast after your weight loss surgery and what medical issues might not be a good mix with this yeast? Stay right where you are…Gayle, Isabel and I have the answers about nutritional yeast also known as nooch. Podcast Guests:  Bariatric Dietitian Isabel Maples, RD Bariatric Coordinator UVA Health in Haymarket, Virginia Email: ggw5ud@uvahealth.org  Gayle ..read more
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#159 5 Health Benefits of Bariatric-Friendly Almond Flour
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
2M ago
This episode discusses the importance of controlling carb intake after weight loss surgery and introduces almond flour as a bariatric-friendly carb substitute. The use of almond flour in baking is explored, including tips for achieving the desired texture. The health benefits of almond flour, such as its protein, fiber, and healthy fat content, are highlighted.  Oh how we love our carbs! But after weight loss surgery, watching how much carb you eat is important in your successful journey. Can you cut carbs in baked goods and snacks that you buy or make without losing flavor? Yes, you can ..read more
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Why is accountability so hard after WLS? EP 158
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
3M ago
Why is accountability so hard after weight loss surgery? Are accountability partners and other accountability measures really ‘all that’ anyway? What’s behind your resistance to these accountability tools? How can you put this in perspective to be as successful as possible? Bariatric psychologist Dr. Connie joins me to talk about some of the most frequently used accountability tools and the reasons for resistance. Podcast Guest:  Connie Stapleton, Ph.D. Website: http://www.conniestapletonphd.com BariAftercare: The Podcast; available on phone podcast apps, Apple podcasts and most other p ..read more
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#156 Are You Kidding Me? Bariatric Tips that are Total Nonsense
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
4M ago
Not a day goes by that I don’t read some nutrition tip or hear about some product for bariatric surgery and say to myself… are you kidding me…this is such nonsense. And then I really get frustrated because you, my community, are likely reading this baloney too and maybe believing it. Bariatric dietitian Isabel Maples joins me to cut thru the crap. We’re picking some of the worse offenders and setting the story straight so you can make smart decisions. Podcast Guest:  Bariatric Dietitian Isabel Maples, RD Bariatric Coordinator UVA Health in Haymarket, Virginia Email: ggw5ud@uvahealt ..read more
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#155 7 Powerful Ways to IMMERSE Yourself in Your Bariatric Lifestyle
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
4M ago
There’s something about a new year…a fresh start, a time to reboot or tweak areas of your life that need an adjustment or a redo. Any decision to change habits, especially nutrition and health ones, takes work, right? The bariatric lifestyle is no exception. There’s a lot to learn and to know how to deal with. So this year, my focus word is IMMERSE. Let’s use the word ‘immerse' an a mnemonic to look at seven powerful strategies you can put into place for a successful bariatric lifestyle. Visit Procarenow.com for all of your vitamin, calcium and protein needs. Use Code: Susan10 to sa ..read more
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#154 Shift from Talking to Walking-the-Walk after WLS
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
5M ago
Here we are…about to wrap up another year and embark on a new one. Where do you find yourself right now? Are you just talking the talk when it comes to living out your bariatric lifestyle, wishing you could walk the walk? Our focus word for next year is ‘immersion’. Immersing yourself in the life you really want after weight loss surgery. Bariatric psychologist Dr. Connie and I are going to help you do just that. Dr. Connie joins me to help you immerse yourself into the new year…where you truly walk the walk and don’t just talk about it.  Visit Procarenow.com for all of your vi ..read more
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