Concept Tuesday: Why It’s So Difficult to Lose Weight- Change Your Eating Episode 14

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Thursday Tip: Why You Should Give Up Those Fad Diets – Change Your Eating Episode 15

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Dangerous Diets: Safe Weight Loss

If you or someone you love has said that they’re losing weight because their doctor said to, or because of their health, find out the myth of obesity and the real definition of health. (Hint: Diets never equal health.)

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Medial Thigh Lift In A Massive Weight Loss Patient

I have completed and uploaded the “Medial Thigh Lift In A Massive Weight Loss Patient” surgical video.

This is a delightful patient of mine who underwent a Roux-en-Y , or RNY gastric bypass operation to treat obesity. The patient lost over 170 lbs, and was left with stretched skin and supporting deeper structures, along with some residual fat. The stretched structures sagged in the horizontal and vertical dimensions, and lacked firmness or “tone”. All of these factors created an appearance that was not pleasing to the patient.

The goal of the procedure was to remove the excess skin and fat, and re-suspend the tissues to create a more aesthetically acceptable appearance (to the patient). This operation is very powerful in terms of changing the appearance. The major drawback to the procedure is the scar. The final placement of the scar is planned so that it approximates the inseam. When the scar is healed and fades, it is usually not very noticeable. In this case, since the degree of stretched skin extends down to the knee, the incision had to also extend that far. Usually, the scar is shorter.

I hope you enjoy this video as much as I enjoyed performing the surgery. I invite your comments, questions, and feedback. If you wish, I will be glad to reply.

Thank you for watching!

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Concept Tuesday : How Do You Monitor Success When You’re Trying to Get Healthy and Lose Weight? – CYE Episode 20

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Healthy Eating for Children

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Parents of young children often worry that their child doesn’t eat enough or eats the wrong foods. What should you feed your child? Watch our short video with Dr. Derrick Cutting for the answers.

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Why It’s So Difficult to Lose Weight

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Diet vs. Exercise for Weight Loss

For links to all the cited sources, a written transcript, commentary from Dr. Greger, as well as discussion and Q&A about this video, go to: http://nutritionfacts.org/video/diet-or-exercise-whats-more-important-for-weight-loss/

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Grass Based Health – Food for Thought

“Grass Based Health Food for Thought.” Peter Ballerstedt, PhD.
A discussion of the difference between the official dietary guidelines (and the “conventional wisdom” they’ve informed) and what the science has, in fact, shown regarding the importance of animal protein and animal fat in the human diet. The impact of the official dietary guidelines, and the scientific findings, upon animal agriculture is discussed. Visit http://grassbasedhealth.blogspot.com/ for more information.

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8-Bit Diet and Disease

Empty calories ingested from processed and chemically engineered foods are becoming a menacing threat to the Western diet, resulting in exponential rates of disease and similar health dysfunction. Chronic diseases affecting Western populations include Type 2 Diabetes, Coronary Heart Disease, obesity, certain forms of cancer, as well as a range of psychiatric illnesses. Unbalanced Western lifestyle habits such as sedentary living, smoking and stress augment these severe health proportions. Non-industrialized countries with little access to staple North American food products are more likely to die of infection than chronic disease.

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