We’re the lucky generation! Yes we are. Anyone born after 1980 in Malta only remembers governments that have tried their utmost best to better our lives in some way or another. That includes all their faults of course. Some succeeded way better than others and some did it in a much cleaner way than others did, but I’m not going to go into that today. Yet all in all, I trust that for the best part of the last 40 years we had the opportunity to grow up on an island that strived to improve itself.Read More
Recently we’ve seen a new phenomenon. More and more people that I come across with are opting for a weight loss surgery. When I say weight loss surgeries, I’m talking in the collection because there are different type of weight loss surgeries. Although the end goal for all surgeries is very similar same, the method in which such surgeries are done varies from one to another.Read More
Let’s talk about… food after weight-loss surgery
For those of you who haven’t seen our previous posts yet, my husband Alan and I both got a Gastric Bypass done at Irmet Hospital in Turkey. I get a lot of questions about what our food intake looks like now and immediately after surgery, so below I’m going to highlight our experience with re-introducing food to our new, much smaller stomach.Read More
If you haven’t read part 1 yet, click on THIS link first.
It’s been three and a half months since my husband Alan and I flew out to Istanbul on a cold January morning for our Gastric Bypasses. It’s been exactly 106 days since the day of both our surgeries, and how are we doing? Amazing so far!Read More