Party Food At Goal!

Post ops who Live at Goal do not ‘have a treat at Grandma’s house’ or convince themselves that chips or pigs in a blanket are okay in moderation or on a special occasion. Instead, they make beautiful food that allows them to maintain their new weight. There are fresh wonderful choices that tickle the taste … Read more

Bariatric Recipe: A ‘Soft Food’ Holiday Meal

If you have just had bariatric surgery and don’t know what you are going to do about Thanksgiving or if you will be having your surgery just before Christmas and are already fearful of how you will handle the day. RELAX… you’re covered! We know that many of our support group members schedule surgery at end of the year to … Read more

Healthy Food Guide distribution – South Africans with Diabetes

We created this free Healthy Food Guide to help people with diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol make healthier choices. It’s also useful if you want to lose weight. Distribution is an essential part of what makes the Healthy Food Guide work. We send free printed copies to anyone who asks for them, anywhere in … Read more

Film Review: Jennifer Lawrence’s stirring performance punches through Causeway’s subtle nature – The AU Review

A low-key slice of independent cinema that you imagine wouldn’t be given as big of a spotlight had it not been for lead Jennifer Lawrence, Causeway nonetheless deserves its attention as it’s a determined and moving picture about one’s healing, both emotionally and physically. Adhering to the stripped-away mentality that drove her to her first … Read more

Latest food basket marginally cheaper, but consumers still go hungry | The Citizen

Key data from the October 2022 Household Affordability Index show that the latest food basket price is marginally cheaper, but consumers still go hungry as food prices put nutritious food, especially for children, out of their reach. A Debt Rescue survey conducted in August showed that an astonishing 81% of South Africans are cutting down … Read more

Triangle of Sadness is a wicked and subtlety-free satire that takes aim at the wealthy: Brisbane International Film Festival Review – The AU Review

The rich eat, but then suffer mercilessly in Ruben Östlund’s Triangle of Sadness, a wicked, at-times horrifically and humorously gross, satire that takes aim at the wealthy in a manner that is deliciously void of any subtlety. Divided into three chapters – all linked by a young, glamorous couple – the film promises one observation … Read more