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After Surgery

Novel Mobile Stethoscope with ECG Capability

Eko, the company that’s responsible for the Eko CORE digital stethoscope we highly praised, is now releasing an interesting new device that provides ECG and auscultation capabilities in a mobile package. The Eko DUO looks a bit like a cell phone from the 1990’s, but with only three buttons on…

The weight of a calorie.

Right after surgery, most patients can have between 400 to 1,000 calories. At 3 months, it usually is between 800 to 1,000 calories. At one year, calorie intake is somewhere between 1,000 and 1,600. Daily calorie intake depends on restriction from the weight loss procedure, gender, age, fat-free mass, and…

Clinical benefits and exercise prescription in primary cardiovascular prevention

Worldwide the leading causes of morbidity and mortality are diseases whose common denominator the atherosclerotic process, some of which represent the known cardiovascular risk factors such as diabetes mellitus or hypertension, and others are as a result of these ischemic heart disease or stroke. There is now enough scientific evidence…

Feeling drained while losing weight?

If you feel exhausted while trying to establish a healthier diet and lifestyle, it is important to understand what your body is going through and know what to expect to help yourself and stay on track. During weight loss, there are several mechanisms that affect your metabolism making you feel…

Bariatric pregnancy

  Here are some guidelines you'll find helpful to incorporate while on your pregnancy, make sure to work with your health care provider to determine what's right for you.   ¥    Eat every 3 to 4 hours -plan for 5 to 6 small meals and/or snacks each day. ¥    Always…

Sleeve rules: using the sleeve for weight loss success

Bariatric surgery is the best tool available for people with obesity that want a better lifestyle, increase years to their lives and look forward to being their very best selves. Sadly, since surgery does pretty much all the work during the first months and weight loss is easily achieved regardless…

Data Points To Know Yourself Better

iHealth Core uses the bioimpedance method by using 4 conductors to determine the hindrance of electrical flow through the body and uses that to calculate the total body water. From the total body water, it can estimate the 9 data points. As a bonus, we have a separate sensor for…

Pipes clogged? BM after weight loss surgery.

Decreased food intake, difficulty on drinking adequate amounts of fluids, and iron & calcium supplementation can reduce frequency in bowel movements. Is there something you can do?   First, you would need to assess if there is a medical condition that is somehow impeding the proper function of the gut….

Drifting into real life after weight loss surgery

After the recovery process from surgery, efforts on creating a better lifestyle for you and your family are not only important but necessary to unleash your powers while in the process of getting back to health! While some people still feel a bit tired, most people have lost some weight…

Lack of Sleep and Stress Affect Our Weight!!

More sleep and less stress can produce better weight loss results A common denominator of “modern life styles” for most people today includes: rushing against the clock to finish the multiple tasks they have to perform on a daily basis, financial responsibilities, etc. This will often generate stress and sleep…