#130 7 Things to Know about Wegovy & Ozempic for Weight Loss after WLS
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
5d ago
Is your weight regain since bariatric surgery more than you hoped it would be? Has your appetite significantly increased? Cravings too? Have friends mentioned or have you read that you might need a weight loss medication? How do you know if that’s a smart move for you? Let’s talk about seven things you should know about Wegovy and Ozempic for weight loss after weight loss surgery. I want you to be prepared so if you do decide to ask about it, you can have a knowledgeable discussion with your health care provider. Resources: Semaglutide Information Sheet: https://medlineplus.gov/druginfo/meds ..read more
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#129 How to Deal with Imposter Syndrome: Bariatric Mental Health Q & A
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
2w ago
Someone in my Facebook group posted: " have imposter Syndrome with my weight loss accomplishments and I just feel like I don’t belong. Kind of like this isn’t real, and I don’t deserve it and that all this was just beginners luck." Do you feel this way too? Bariatric psychologist Dr. Connie joins me on the podcast to help you deal with imposter syndrome. 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 TRANSFORM15 to ..read more
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#128 How Big is Your But?
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
3w ago
Do you have dreams and goals for your weight loss surgery transformation? Does your ‘but’ get in the way of your success? Not your ‘b-u-t-t’ butt or tooshie. I’m talking about the ‘b-u-t’ but that keeps you stuck in your rut and prevents you from moving ahead and reaching your transformation goals. Let’s have a mental boot camp and talk about how to deal with the ‘but’. 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 ..read more
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#126 New Year, Same You: 3 Steps to Set Your Intention
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
1M ago
I read a quote by Edith Lovejoy Pierce that said: “We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year’s Day.” Did you wake up thinking… new year, same me? It’s time to set your intention for 2023 with these three steps. 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 TRANSFORM15 to save 15% Rate, Review & F ..read more
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#127 Can You Really Eat Carbs: Bariatric Nutrition Q & A
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
1M ago
Can you really eat carbs? I see a lot of chatter about carbohydrate in my Facebook group. Some people think carbs are bad and try to never eat them, others fear carbs and still others love carbs… especially the less healthy ones. Are you confused and don’t know what to believe about carbs? Every friend tells you something different? To make it more confusing, some post surgery medical teams advise very little carbohydrate in the diet while others caution their patients not to cut carbs too low. This idea that carbs are bad for you is flat-out wrong diet information and can lead to unhealthful ..read more
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#125 5 Bariatric-Friendly Holiday Nutrition Tips
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
1M ago
On your coworkers desk, tonight at your neighborhood party, tomorrow at the kid’s school, this weekend at your friend’s annual get-together…holiday foods and treats are everywhere you turn. Does all this food make you nervous, heck even anxious? What do you eat without kicking in your cravings or imploding your nutrition plan that’s working so well for you? Food is meant to nourish you and to be enjoyed, not to totally stress you out. I have five nutrition tips to help you destress about the food, enjoy the season and NOT feel defeated as you go into next year. Visit Procarenow.com  ..read more
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#124 How to Stop That ‘Fat Brain’ Feeling: Bariatric Mental Health Q & A
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
2M ago
Wayne told me that he use to have a disconnect between what he saw in the mirror and what he knew to be true from his scale and clothes. This disconnect is referred to in my Facebook group as ‘fat brain’. Do you feel it too? Your scales clearly show you have lost a lot of weight and you have changed clothing sizes BUT when you look in the mirror you still see your previous, heavier self. Wayne has worked thru this disconnect and today, we’re going to as well.  Guest: Connie Stapleton, PhD Website: http://www.conniestapletonphd.com BariAftercare: The Podcast; available on phone podcast ap ..read more
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#123 How to Successfully Navigate the Holiday Food-a-Palooza after WLS
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
2M ago
The holiday season is in full swing. I’m curious. Does your schedule get more hectic or do you work hard to slow down and savor the season? As much as we want to slow down, I bet you’re saying…"are you kidding me, the stress of the holidays seems to rachet up my life everyday. And food is everywhere." I hear you. Amidst all the hustle and bustle, you CAN successfully navigate the holiday food scene and stay on your journey. Let’s talk about your plan. Visit Procarenow.com for all of your vitamin, calcium and protein needs. Use Code: Susan10 to save 10% You can share the message of ..read more
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#121 Fast Forward: Life Two Years after Bariatric Surgery
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
3M ago
Have you wondered what life will look like two or more years down the road from your bariatric surgery? Maybe you’re there now, and wonder if others at the two year mark deal with the same things you do. Rob joins me on the Bariatric Surgery Success podcast to share what life is like two plus years down the track and what he faced along the way. It’s very insightful. 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 TRA ..read more
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#120 Feeling Less Restriction after WLS? Bariatric Nutrition Q & A
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by Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist
3M ago
Are you feeling LESS restriction after weight loss surgery than you think you should feel? Does it vary with exercise and how hard you work out? Is this a big deal? Is it the surgery, your diet, what is it? Let’s talk about this feeling of LESS restriction. 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 TRANSFORM15 to save 15% Podcast Guests:  Bariatric Dietitian Isabel Maples, RD Bariatric Coordinator U ..read more
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