Category: Healthy Habits

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There is a common misconception that overweight people are “well-fed,” but this is a dangerous (and insensitive) assumption. While it may sound counterintuitive, many people who are significantly overweight are actually malnourished, meaning they don’t get enough nutrients from their diet. In an effort to lose weight, these patients often focus their efforts on reducing… Continue Reading »

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Surgery is often that first significant boost in motivation that helps someone commit to their health and wellness, and exercise is an integral part in ongoing self-care. At Surgical Arts of Inland Empire, we encourage our patients to maintain and even enhance their results through exercise. But during a pandemic that has us changing the… Continue Reading »

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An apple a day. Meditation. Time in Nature. Exercising and staying strong. These are just a few things that we associate with longevity and vitality. Shall we add eating fish to the list?  A recent study published in the British Medical Journal suggests that perhaps we should! In a large longitudinal study, 2,600 adults across… Continue Reading »

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Almost every weight loss patient experiences setbacks. We may make a positive change like cutting back on sweets, but over time, a little treat here and there becomes a habit and we realize we’ve officially fallen off the bandwagon.  Consider your tendencies and modify your plan accordingly. If you love to please others, you might… Continue Reading »

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Some things in life are hard to come by. Fitness advice is not one of them. We’re constantly bombarded with advice about when to exercise, the “best” workout to lose weight, the “real” secret to staying motivated, etc., from blogs, magazines, morning news shows—even the know-it-all on the treadmill next to you. It’s hard to… Continue Reading »

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