Thursday, February 26, 2015
For people who suffer from severe obesity, day to day life can be challenging and impaired by the many various associated health conditions. For local residents who choose to pursue weight loss surgery in Los Angeles, they are taking a major step toward improving the quality of their life, decreasing the odds of succumbing to life threatening medical complications, and lengthening their lifespan. Never-the-less, even though weight loss surgery, like the high quality procedures we perform here at Dr. Feiz & Associates, is proven to be safe and effective, it’s still a life altering decision, and a very significant one at that. That’s why anyone who intends to undergo a bariatric operation should have as much support as possible.
As medical professionals who are dedicated to promoting a healthy lifestyle we work hard to provide our patients with all the resources and support they need. We provide information and support group contacts on website to help our patients, past, present, and future, reach out and interact with one another. We also make ourselves available through a quick and easy online contact form to give you the firsthand expertise from the professionals who know best. Your decision toward a better you is an important one, and we’ll help you through it every step of the way.
Friday, February 20, 2015
Believe it or not, there are many causes that can lead to obesity, but most of them involve overeating. Overeating, in of itself, can be a complex topic because it too can have many underlying factors that very from person to person. Sometimes it’s a simple matter of impulse control, sometimes it’s a symptom of a much larger issue like depression or anxiety. Whatever the case, it’s something that most of us do at some point or another, and it’s rarely a good thing. Some of us eat meals with portions that are too big or too calorie dense, or eat too frequently, but for many of us it’s all about snacking. Here are 3 tips about snacking that can help you keep that weight off and live a healthy lifestyle.
- You’re probably just thirsty. Did you know that that feeling of hunger you’re getting in between meals might actually be a sign of dehydration? How many glasses of water do you drink a day? It might not be enough. The next time you feel a pang of hunger when you’re waiting for a meal, try downing a glass. You might be surprised how quickly the hunger subsides.
- Eat a fruit. Fruits are tried and true and the go-to food for healthy eating.They’re easily portable, and can fill you up in a good way. Make it a policy to keep a few apples or oranges on you and have at it if you can’t wait until lunch
When it comes to your health and weight, Dr. Feiz and Associates care. For anyone suffering from severe obesity, a procedure like a sleeve gastrectomy is proven to offer positive results. In the meantime, watch your snacking!