These keto friendly blended cheese crisps are extremely delicious while also very simple to make! Cheese is known to be a good source of protein that can also help suppress hunger so this recipe is a great snack idea to curb your cravings in between meals.
Here at BeLiteWeight the one thing that makes us all happier than anything else is the success of our patients and the honor that we have to share their stories with you! The next incredible success story is the wonderful Shanille and her adventure with the gastric bypass. The relationships that her weight loss has helped reinforce within her friends and family make her story so inspiring! Nevertheless, let’s let her own photos and actual words do the rest of the talking!
“Starting Weight 264….Current Weight 162. This journey have been amazing and a bit surreal. I never thought I would be this weight again, ever. I was in such a dark hole not loving myself and developing all these medical issues. Now I’m free of it all and love the reaction my friends and family have when they see me. My … Continue reading →
This short and informative video shows you how smooth, clean, and easy the patient admission process for our weight loss surgery patients at Hospital Angels, Juarez. Our BeLiteWeight patients and their guest are greeted at the airport and stay in the hospital the entire duration off their trip! It is so easy it is almost a vacation!
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One week in to March with Spring right aroung the corner now is the perfect time to start trying new snacks that are energy boosting and clean fuel for the body! These protein packed ham rolls are guaranteed to make you coming back for more, but not too soon. They are filled with the right balance of protein and natural fats to keep you feeling full off of less food!
They are super simple to make too!
4 Sliced of your local deli’s ham
1 package of cream cheese (softened)
4 thin slices of American/Cheddar
1 Red Bell Pepper
Lather the ham in cream cheese and then slice it in 4 inch pieces along with the cheese, pepper, and cucumber.
It is sometimes said that Heartburn and Gerd are two sides of the same coin. Heartburn it the irritable burning sensation we sometimes feel after eating. Most of us experience an occasional bout of heartburn. Certain foods can sometimes trigger the heartburn or simply not chewing your food adequately can also trigger an attack of heartburn.
Gerd (gastroesophageal reflux disease) or Acid reflux is an actual malfunctioning of the digestive process that causes the sensation of heartburn. It can be a long term or chronic digestive disorder. It is important to discuss the diagnosis and treatment of Gerd with your doctor. Before contemplating Weight Loss Surgery it is important to let the Surgeon know if you have frequent symptoms of heartburn or if you have been diagnosed with Acid Reflux/Gerd.
It is with great pleasure that BeLiteWeight is able to share Jennifer’s incredible journey! She is truly an inspiration, and we are so proud of her amazing progress!
For me, the decision to have weight loss surgery came when I was on vacation with my family and I couldn’t walk without getting winded or get around to see the attractions. I had to sit on a bench or in the car and wait for the family to finish having fun. It was a miserable trip and I knew then something had to change. Once I returned home I started looking into weight loss surgery. I knew I couldn’t have the surgery in the United States as my insurance had many hoops and I would still have to pay an enormous amount of money even with a deductible. I did my … Continue reading →
There are many ways in which obesity can negatively affect one's health. From sleep apnea to high blood pressure, the added weight can impact the body in many ways. In particular, the risk of developing type 2 diabetes increases drastically as a result of obesity. Many studies have shown that losing weight can lessen that risk, as well as help, bring the disease under control for those who have it.
Losing weight can be very difficult, however, especially if one is suffering from other health conditions. Bariatric surgery is a method of permanently or temporarily reducing the size of a patient's stomach which causes a change in the digestive process. There are three different types of Bariatric surgeries. There are restrictive surgeries like adjustable gastric banding and sleeve gastrectomy. There are also malabsorptive/ restrictive surgeries … Continue reading →
Losing weight through diet and exercise seems like it would be the easiest option but sometimes despite one's best efforts, they are not able to see significant results. For those that do lose weight, keeping it off can also prove to be difficult, as it tends to creep back up much faster than it took the time to lose it. Studies by the Memorial University of Newfoundland have proven that weight loss surgery is a significantly effective way to lose and keep off weight. Not only will it help reverse many of the adverse effects of obesity but it can also drastically improve quality of life. Most all patients who get weight loss surgery do not regret it and often recommend it anyone who suffers from obesity-related health issues.
Life at home might seem a lot busier for some now that school is back in session. It can be hard to find the time to grocery shop and plan out a good meal. Here are some great meal ideas that only require five ingredients, making them much faster and easier to prepare!
Your sleep habits can have a huge impact on all aspects of your life, including your weight. If you are working on losing a few pounds, a good place to start is to track how many hours of sleep you're getting each night. Obesity rates have been rising, while hours of sleep have been dwindling, due to busy schedules and work life. While lack of sleep is most likely not the primary cause of weight gain, it can affect it in many ways.
There are four hormones that are associated with weight gain, and they are disrupted when we don't get enough sleep. The first is Ghrelin, which is released by your stomach and is responsible for letting your brain know that you're hungry. The second is Leptin, which is responsible for letting your brain … Continue reading →