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February 2014 - Clothes-shopping tips for those on the road to weight loss

Get ready for spring with Malley Surgical Weight Loss Center!

February Newsletter

In this issue

  • Get ready for spring with Malley Surgical!
  • Upcoming events
  • Clothes-shopping tips for those on the road to weight loss
  • Nutrition is vital to bariatric surgery, study says
  • 6 dieting myths that could result in weight gain

Upcoming events

Free bariatric seminar with Dr. Malley

Saturday, March 22, 10am

Weight-loss surgery support group

Connect with others and share tips and tricks for achieving success with the LAP-BAND or gastric sleeve!

Next support group:
Thursday, February 27 from 6-7pm

Menorah Medical Center
5721 W. 119th Street, Room 1
OP, KS 66209

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It may be cold out, but spring is just around the corner. Now is the perfect time to begin your journey with Malley Surgical Weight Loss Center and start losing weight before warmer weather hits! If you’ve been thinking about weight-loss surgery, take the first step now! Contact Malley Surgical at 913-492-2530 to learn how we can help you lose the weight for good.

Sincerely,
Malley Surgical Weight Loss Center

 

Clothes-shopping tips for those on the road to weight loss

diet-clothes-shoppingUndergoing weight-loss surgery is no easy feat, especially since you might have completely changed your lifestyle to accommodate a new diet and fitness routine. Sometimes, dealing with your wardrobe can be equally difficult or frustrating as you begin to drop pounds and all you’re left with are the clothes you wore during a time when you were much larger.

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Nutrition is vital to bariatric surgery, study says

Bariatric surgery has been shown to help thousands of overweight American patients lose excess weight on a yearly basis, but a new study shows that many patients are lacking key vitamins and nutrients in their diets that could lead to nutritional deficiency.

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6 dieting myths that could result in weight gain

Dieting can be hard — especially when you hear lots of conflicting information about the types of foods you should be eating to lose weight. For example, some will say that avocados and almonds are fattening and should be avoided at all costs. However, avocados and almonds are rich in nutrients that will not only help you feel full for longer periods of time, but will also help increase your “good” HDL cholesterol levels and lower your risk for heart disease.

The myth about avocados and almonds is just one of many dieting myths that are floating around in the world of weight loss. Here are 6 other dieting myths you should be aware of — before they start to prevent you from losing weight.

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