Tools and Resources - Adults


While this site provides you with a large amount of information, we feel it is important that our patients do as much research as possible. We have compiled a list of sites that we feel to be helpful tools to your weight loss journey, and understanding your options.


Generally Helpful Websites

MyFitnessPal – Our preferred food journal.
Dr. Jenny Seger – Dr. Jenny uses a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to provide both healthy weight management and long-term weight maintenance, in addition to optimizing overall health and wellness, helping patients live their best lives. – Newly founded non-profit organization (highly recommended) dedicated to reducing the economic and social burden of obesity and obesity-related chronic disease by improving the quality of science in nutrition and obesity research. – Blog by long term low-carber, Jimmy Moore, who has dedicated his life to the education and promotion of health and nutrition, specifically as it pertains to carbohydrate restriction. – Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt of Sweden who is leading the low carb movement in his country has a fantastic, informative, fact based blog/website. – Dr. Peter Attia’s website/blog. – Answers the question of why we eat what we eat. – Tom Naughton’s website/blog: “You’ve been fed a lot of bologna.” – Nutrition and Metabolism Society –dedicated to fighting the misinformation about the effectiveness of using carbohydrate restriction to combat diabetes and obesity. – Great website full of scientific and practical information for low carb lifestyle. – Compilation of interviews with experts in field of nutrition, fitness, health, and wellness.
FitCitySA – join the mayors council to keep SA healthy!

Recipe Websites – “HOLD THE TOAST” – Great website full of useful recipes, cooking tips, meal planning—all oriented toward carbohydrate restriction. – Linda’s Low Carb Menus & Recipes. Great Recipes, links, stories, menus, time saving tips, etc. – Chef George Stella transformed not only his life but his family’s by immersing himself into learning to prepare healthy, low carb meals that taste fantastic., – fantastic recipes, inspirational and motivation information


Advocacy and Professional Organizations – The American Society of Bariatric Physicians – Support website for patients with obesity – Advocacy group dedicated to helping patients with obesity – The Obesity Society

Why Pay More?

Gastric Sleeve Surgery can range drastically in price, but you aren't necessarily getting better service for your money. BMI of Texas's state of the art facility allows us to cost effectively provide this proceedure while providing top quality service.

Example of how our Gastric Sleeve Sleeve Pricing Compares to the Competition
City Cost
Dallas A $13,400
Dallas B $11,000
Houston A $16,000
Houston B $14,300
Houston B $14,300
Los Angeles A $12,000
Los Angeles B $25,000
BMI of Texas $9,900

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