Weight Loss & Inspiration Blog

By Jane Sylvestre, RD - 9/30/2013

Fall Fun

Autumn is my favorite time of year!  There are so many wonderful, healthy activities you can do in the fall. 

Hike at Blue Hills or on any of the hundreds of nature paths in your area.  If you can’t think of any, go to this website as plug in your town.  The site will share many wonderful walking paths in your vicinity:


By Jane Sylvestre, RD - 9/5/2013

September Blog

Summer is now coming to an end.  I hope you enjoyed yourself.  I had a busy summer with the kids tubing, kayaking, biking and surfing.  I also spent much of my time training for an October marathon.  I know many of you have been running as well.  I don’t expect everyone to become a runner because the sport can be hard on the body and is not for everyone.  Running is definitely not enjoyable for anyone initially, but can become a source of enjoyment and loved physical...

By Adam Glasgow - 5/15/2013


May 2013 Blog

May-the month of Mother’s Day


What entitles me to write about mothers?

Well-for starters I have an amazing mother and my wife is a fabulous mother to my sons.  90% of my patients are female and probably 50% of them are mothers.  I’ve had a chance to observe quite a few mothers over the years and I have a few thoughts on the subject.  While I started by talking about mothers I am talking about fathers too.  This is really an essay about...

By Jane Sylvestre, RD - 4/30/2013


Boston as an Inspiration


Writing a blog this month is difficult to do because my heart is in one place this week and that is Boston. I am writing this blog at work as I hear the tribute to Sean Collier on the TV in the waiting room.  I am sure we have all felt the pain of last Monday’s tragedy.  I can only imagine the horror that took place in the streets of Boston and Watertown.  Of course, the news stations painted a pretty clear...

By Adam Glasgow - 4/9/2013

April 2013 Blog

Why a change of seasons is so nice and weight maintenance is so difficult

Doesn’t everyone love spring, and summer (if it’s not too hot), and fall with the beautiful foliage, and even winter (at least the excitement of the first snow?) We love the seasons because we love change. We hunger for what is new, different, and exciting.

The start of every diet, of every weight loss journey, of every “honeymoon” after weight loss surgery is filled with...

By Jane Sylvestre, RD - 3/26/2013

Right Back at Ya

I heard a great story this week that was a great boost to my motivation. I hope it will be helpful to you as well.  Here is the story…


There once was a little boy who lived in a valley.  One day he had a terrible fight with his father and then left the house in a rage.  As he left, he screamed “I hate you.”  He ran to the top of a mountain near his house and continued to scream “I hate you” and then he heard back “I hate...

By Adam Glasgow - 3/19/2013

March Madness, Sadness, and Gladness

As I sit here typing this on the 19th of March, the day before Spring begins, I think of the “madness” of the weather.  A week ago it was sunny and 55 and today snowy, sleety, rainy and 34.  Next week it will likely be Spring and then undoubtedly we will have one last gasp of winter before warmth and sunshine arrive for a few solid months.   The craziness of the weather is not the only craziness that I encounter-“how are you eating, is...

By Jane Sylvestre, RD - 3/14/2013

A Spring Thing to Do!


   All I can think is spring, spring, and spring!  I can hear the birds in the morning at my window.  My tulips are starting to peek through the ground.  I can feel slight warmth and the days are getting longer.  Having all the beautiful weather ahead of you is such a wonderful feeling. 

It is definitely time to clean out, get healthy and get moving.  This is a time of year when I send out the reminder of all the...

By Adam Glasgow - 2/5/2013

February Blog


It was an exciting Super Bowl.  Unfortunate that the Patriot’s weren’t in it, but a true fan could appreciate that it was a well played game and that the outcome wasn’t decided until the game’s final play.  Afterward, a frequent comment was that “the winning team wanted it more.”  Often times we hear that a superstar is the first to arrive at practice and the last to leave.  Many ascend to and stay at the top of their game because they are ever striving to prove...

By Jane Sylvestre, RD - 2/3/2013


February Blog 2013

Lots to Learn

I was preparing the “Bariatric Bingo” game and was wondering how I would ever come up with 40-50 questions regarding the band.  I thought there were so few guidelines and they were very basic.  As soon as I started writing out the questions they kept coming one after the other.  I realized there is so much to learn.  I had even more content than I needed.

The guidelines are not just about eating 3 meals per day,...


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