After weight loss surgery, some people think that it will be easy not to eat as often or as much food. There are often misconceptions about the size of the stomach after weight loss surgery and whether it can get larger again in the future if you eat too much, allowing you to gain weight […]Read More
From reducing health risks and reversing some of the effects of diabetes to being able to be more active and involved with your daily life, there are many positive benefits associated with weight loss surgery. One of the unpleasant results, however, is loose or excess skin. Human skin is like a rubber balloon in that […]Read More
Diet fads come and go by the dozen each year. However, the Paleolithic (or Paleo) diet has remained popular with weight loss and fitness enthusiasts. What is the Paleolithic Diet? The Paleolithic diet, also known as the Paleo diet, is a diet that mimics the dietary habits of the early cavemen. In short, the foods […]Read More
Approximately one-third of American adults are considered obese. While bariatric surgery can be a lifeline for individuals who have been unable to lose their excess weight through conservative means, it is not appropriate for all patients. Since gastric sleeve and other bariatric surgeries involve significant and typically permanent changes to the digestive system, bariatric surgeons […]Read More
For many people, the holiday season signals a time of year to feast and indulge in culinary favorites. It is during this season that some people gain the most weight because of their overindulgence in cookies, cheeses, candies, and other savory treats. As a gastric sleeve patient, you can avoid weight gain and sabotaging your […]Read More
Paying attention to diet isn’t something you should only be concerned about after gastric sleeve surgery. You’ll be encouraged to set and achieve certain nutrition goals prior to undergoing this procedure as well. Typically, patients are asked to lose about 10 percent of their excess weight body weight in advance of surgery of this nature, […]Read More
Weight-loss surgery is a tool. What helps your weight loss to continue is centered around what you eat and the amount of exercise you do afterward. You will be sore and need to recover for a few weeks. Once the doctor gives the green light, it is time to start working out. Remember, the weight […]Read More
Immediately after bariatric surgery, your weight will begin to reduce. Even the most obvious activities like buying clothes may be challenging, especially to people who have struggled to lose weight for long. Therefore, it is important to come up with an appropriate strategy for carrying out the shopping. The following tips may help make every […]Read More
Gastric sleeve (vertical sleeve gastrectomy) involves the removal of about 80 percent of the stomach and the creation of a smaller “sleeve” for the collection and processing of food. While VSG can be an effective surgery for patients who haven’t had success with other weight loss methods, the procedure isn’t an automatic “cure” for all […]Read More
It’s no secret that diabetes often becomes a growing health concern when individuals are carrying excess weight. According to a Harvard study, people who are obese may be as much 60-times as likely to develop diabetes as those who are within normal weight ranges. While weight loss surgery isn’t meant to be a treatment for […]Read More
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