The Virtual Gastric Band Weight Loss Program may not be for everyone. What works for one person may not work for someone else. Here are three reasons why you may not want to use the Virtual Gastric Band to lose weight.
I was speaking with a friend today. One of his relatives recently went through gastric bypass surgery and she has been sick ever since.
Christmas is one of the most stressful times of the year. And the months leading up to it are more stressful.
Just like everyone doesn’t have the same favourite colour, everyone has different needs when it comes to losing weight. When it comes to dieting, one size does not fit all One size may “fit all” when it comes to buying pantyhose, but it certainly doesn’t apply when it comes to losing weight.
If you don’t like counting calories or points, weighing and measuring and feeling like you’re missing out when you are trying to reduce your weight, please allow me to introduce you to the Virtual Gastric Band.
Weighing, measuring, counting – does losing weight seem like it’s just too much work? How many diets have you been on in the past? How many have you given up? How many plans have you been and reached your goal and then regained the weight back?
Well, it’s October the first and the stores had the Christmas stuff on display a couple of weeks ago.
Remember that story from your childhood – and maybe you still read it to your children – “The Tortoise and the Hare”? The moral of the story was, “slow and steady wins the race”.
If you are a parent, there is one very good reason to lose weight – your child or children.