Monthly Archives: May 2019

I Have to Talk to a Psychologist?

I Have to Talk to a Psychologist? You will leave your initial consultation with a list of requirements and medical tests needed before surgery can be scheduled. You may be surprised and perhaps a little bit leery if a psychological … Continue reading

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Now That’s Sweet!

Type 2 Diabetes is resolved in 77% of those having bariatric surgery.

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An Effective Tool

When weight is lost through diet and exercise alone, hormonal changes reduce energy expenditure, and lead to weight regain. In contrast, bariatric surgery results in improved energy output and likelihood of lasting weight loss. Read more:  https://www.webmd.com/diet/news/20161014/how-your-appetite-can-sabotage-weight-loss#1 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5570469/

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Breathe Easy

Breathe Easy–Hospitalizations for asthma decreased by 50% after weight loss surgery. Read more: https://www.webmd.com/asthma/news/20150327/weight-loss-surgery-might-reduce-serious-asthma-flare-ups#1  

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Why is Sleep so Important?

With study after study validating the theory that a lack of sleep contributes to weight gain, the value of a good night’s sleep cannot be ignored. Most of us need about eight hours of sleep a night to function at … Continue reading

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