WLSChannel Newsletter April 24, 2009

Melting Mama Serves Up the Good Stuff

Greetings!

In the latest episode of Melting Mama’s Reality Bites, host Beth Sheldon-Badore shares “pearls of freakin’ wisdom” on what life is really like after weight loss surgery – regardless of which procedure you had – and tackles the topic of getting enough vitamins and nutrients post-op. Although not a doctor or dietician, Beth has learned from her own diligent research how to avoid nutritional deficiencies, and she shares her best practices on getting enough of the good stuff (with a teaspoon of humor to help the medicine go down).  She’ll also give the inside scoop on a couple of choco-licious protein powders, and wag a finger at those who claim that weight loss surgery is the “easy way out”. Tune in now!

Special Report
Less Than 60 Days Until ASMBS 2009

Special Report on ASMBS 2009 MeetingWe are excited to announce that the Weight Loss Surgery Channel will be attending the 2009 ASMBS Annual Meeting in Grapevine, TX, to film a Special Report series that will air next month. We are offering sponsorship opportunities to partner with us in bringing news from the conference to our national and international viewership.

Stars from several Weight Loss Surgery Channel programs will be attending the 2009 Annual Meeting, and our production team will be setting up a remote television studio at the event. Sponsors will be able to designate participants for on-camera interviews to be broadcast on the Weight Loss Surgery Channel as part of our Special Report and also added to our Patient Education video series. For more information or to request a sponsorship package, please contact Executive Producer Leslie Thompson.

Information You Can Use
Weight Loss Surgery NewsGet the Latest Medical Updates on WLS News

In this week’s report, find out what kind of fat actually burns calories, learn about government plans to tax some sweet treats, and see how teen pregnancy can lead to future obesity. Plus, get the latest on a class-action lawsuit against the Canadian doctor accused of sexually abusing several patients, and discover what scientists have learned about preventing metabolic syndrome.

And, don’t miss Chef Dave’s report from the road, as he gives viewers a behind-the-scenes peek at a special cooking event for bariatric patients. You’ll find all this and plenty more in this week’s edition of WLS News.

Finishing Touches
The Plastic Surgery ChannelEmbrace Your New Body

Weight loss surgery can bring about enormous changes not only to your physical body, but also to your self-image. After reaching their goal weight, many people decide they want to “complete” the transformation by removing that last vestige of obesity — excessive loose skin.

If you are considering an arm lift, thighplasty, tummy tuck, or any other body contouring procedure, we encourage you to visit our sister network, The Plastic Surgery Channel. Learn about new surgical techniques and medical technologies, and find out how to choose the surgeon who is right for your procedure. Click the image above to visit The Plastic Surgery Channel now!

I want to personally thank all our friends and fans for your continued support, and encourage you to spread the word to other members of the weight loss surgery community who you feel might enjoy our programs and articles. And, of course, please email us anytime if you have suggestions for how we can improve the content on the Weight Loss Surgery Channel!

Sincerely,


Craig Thompson
12 Years PostOp RNY
President
Weight Loss Surgery Channel

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