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Intermittent fasting has its pros and cons, but it's definitely not for everyone. Our dietitian shares why.
Bariatric patient Erin talks about the progress she's made in just six months and how the experience was a great tool for a remarkable lifestyle change.
Nicole's first diet, at age 9, was the start of a vicious cycle. After becoming a nurse, she took a big step toward long-term weight loss change.
Dr. McCullough explains why a support network is needed for surgery and what to do if you don't have support at home.
Clinical psychologist Traci Fraley shares the role mental health plays in weight loss surgery.
Dr. McCullough shares the transformations his patients see after weight loss surgery, from no longer having diabetes to enjoying active family vacations.
Dr. McCullough talks about one of the hardest topics to address prior to bariatric surgery and why behavioral health is an important aspect of weight loss.
Dr. McCullough explains why physical conditioning is an important part of surgery preparation and how exercise plans are tailored to the needs of each patient.
It takes a while to get used to eating right, but doing it before your surgery helps your changes of long-term success. Dr. McCullough explains why.
Everyone processes calories differently. While genetics play a part, there are some things you can do to speed up your metabolism for weight loss.
Insurance companies may offer a benefit for bariatric surgery, but there may be requirements that patients need to meet. Learn more from Dr. McCullough.
ProMedica dietitian Nathan Drendel wasn't always fit, but his weight loss journey has made him a stronger person and a better dietitian.