Jacqui Lewis - Feb 2021

Mental Health in Bariatric Patients

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Nurturing a new relationship with self and food

In this episode of the Australian Weight Loss Surgery podcastJacqui Lewis Clinical Nutritionist and Glenn Mackintosh Author of Thinsanity, discuss in depth the changes in your relationship with food and self that is a huge contribution to long term success after weight loss surgery of any kind.

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Your Relationship with food would effect your Mental Health -
Pre and Post Surgery

A major part of the ensuring good mental health, pre and post surgery, is addressing your relationship with food.

In this podcast, Jacqui and Glenn discuss how your relationship with food needs to change to have ensure the long-term benefits of Weight Loss Surgery. 

Glenn discusses having the right balance of nutrition can effect your brain chemistry, how to change your habits and how to think differently about the food and drink you consume.

Implications

Bariatric surgery is not a panacea for making life better for a person in all ways.
This small study highlights the importance of identifying at risk groups among people undergoing Bariatric surgery for whom additional psychological follow-up and
support may be needed.

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