Most of us love holiday parties! We get to dress up, go to nice places, and spend time with friends, family and coworkers. Despite the excitement, these parties can also be minefields when it comes to staying on track with our healthy lifestyle. Here are a few tips that will help you enjoy the holiday parties without sabotaging your goals.
The holiday season is a busy time, with seemingly endless opportunities to eat. Here are a few strategies you can use to help avoid the holiday weight gain.
The holiday season can be joyful and stressful at the same time. There's so much to do, and being around family can sometimes be difficult. Being stressed puts us at risk for stress-based eating in an effort to cope. Here are some strategies you can use to reduce holiday stress this year.
"This program has changed my life - mentally, emotionally, and physically." Read on to see what Bev says is the key to her success!
A quick guide to navigating the world of low-carb fast food.
Order now, or forever be decaffeinated.
Insulin resistance is a major contributor to weight gain, type 2 diabetes, and other health problems. Do you have any of the signs?
Read about why we decided to specialize in Obesity Medicine, and learn how you can help us make a greater impact on the health of our community.
Studies have shown that weight loss was significantly greater in patients who continue care in a weight loss program compared to those who drop out before 6 months.
When I stepped into Medical Weight Loss Specialists of Bismarck, I had no idea how much my life would change. I no longer have a foggy head, I have more energy and I can put my full being into whatever I am doing. Thank you for helping me find my best version of myself!
Are you worried about developing type 2 diabetes? Read on to learn about the risk factors and when you should get tested.
It was generally thought that the solution to Obesity was to eat less and burn more calories, and that the inability to achieve desired results was related to laziness and undisciplined behavior. The blame was placed back onto the patient. The message was “if you’re fat, it’s your fault.” This statement is 100% false....
Managing high blood sugar alone does little for the overall management of Diabetes. The ultimate goal should be reversing the underlying issue: Insulin Resistance… which just so happens to also lower blood sugar. Treating the Insulin Resistance will reduce the amount of medication needed and not just stop the progression of the disease, but start to reverse the Type 2 Diabetes and return the body to a more normal insulin response.
MWLS of Bismarck gave me the nutritional knowledge I needed to not only lose weight, but easily maintain my weight loss. I don’t worry about every single calorie that goes into my mouth; I just know how to make the right choices.
We’ve been told that saturated fat is unhealthy and is claimed to be the cause of heart disease putting you at an increased risk of dying from a heart attack or stroke...
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