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Weight Loss This Best 7 Easy Tips Loss 6 KG in 8 days with a water based diet. You can eat everything, even at night!

Many nutritionists will agree that it is possible to lose weight just by consuming the correct amount of water. Losing excessive kilograms in this way has nothing to do with strenuous diets. Does it seem impossible? Then, find out for yourself! Moreover, you can feed yourself as always, without rejecting …

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Weight-loss surgery will continue for 10 years.

Ten years after gastric-bypass weight-loss surgery, patients in a recent study had managed to keep off much of the weight they’d lost. Even more important, they also saw reductions in other medical problems, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, joint diseases and problems breathing while asleep, said Dr. …

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Gastric Bypass Surgery Not Everyone Lives Happily Ever After

Mrs. M is a 46-year-old woman being seen for a yearly nutrition follow-up visit after undergoing open Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery 11 years ago. She was last seen approximately 1 year ago for post bariatric surgery care. SOURC Clck Here Weight history Weight at time of bariatric surgery: 134.7 kg …

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Story of Weight Loss Surgery: ‘Marriage is over. But I am much happier.

What is the best way to tackle the rise in obesity in the UK: education, counselling or surgery? If you think we should focus on that last option, you’re not alone. In the British Medical Journal this month, bariatric surgeons warned that the UK was lagging behind other countries in …

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The Fat Belly Burden,Can Bariatric Surgery is a Good Option as a Last Resort

can raise your risks for heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. And belly fat can be a sign of something more: Metabolic syndrome, a group of health problems that include too much fat around the waist, elevated blood pressure, blood sugar, triglycerides, and low “good” HDL cholesterol — all boosting your …

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Addiction a Risk After Bariatric Surgery

People who undergo weight loss surgery may be at risk of addictive behaviors such as drug or alcohol abuse and cigarette smoking. The study, by Alexis Conason, PsyD, of the New York Obesity Research Center, and colleagues also found a link between a specific operation, laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery, …

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Common Complications After Surgery.Nobody Tells You About Bariatric Surgery

Even though it’s planned and well-intentioned, the basic fact is that when you have bariatric surgery, someone is cutting through your skin and tinkering with your insides. Your body is going to react to that, just like it does when you accidentally cut or bump yourself. Often, your doctor can give …

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