What you need to know about Bariatric Surgery?

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A basic guide to bariatric surgery & understanding the different terms connected with different bariatric procedures. There’s no getting away from the fact that obesity has become an epidemic worldwide. Some countries have a bigger problem than others, with Australia being considered one of the ‘heaviest’ of all countries. Nearly 2 out of 3 Australians
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How to prepare for Gastric Sleeve Surgery – Nine Tips

9 Tips for Before Gastric Sleeve Surgery – Part 2   (Part 1 – 9 Tips After Gastric Sleeve Surgery) Gastric Sleeve Surgery (Sleeve Gastrectomy) involves reducing the size of your stomach to a short tube shape. It works by making you feel full sooner so that you eat less. It’s a less invasive procedure compared to Gastric
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Latest News in Bariatric Surgery, Obesity and Weight Loss – March

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Latest News & Updates on Bariatric Surgery, Obesity and Weight Loss Here is the latest news in everything surrounding everything bariatric and weight loss related: Increased risk of 11 types of cancer linked to being overweight, researchers warn Latest News: “Being overweight could increase the risk of a host of cancers, including those of the
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Latest News on Bariatric Surgery, Obesity & Weight Loss – Feb

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Here is the monthly summary of all the greatest and latest news from the medical world relating to heath risks, medical procedures and everything in-between. A recently released article from Monash University shows study results indicating Gastric Band Surgery has health benefits in people who have Diabetes. News update:  02-2017 News: “Gastric band surgery significantly
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Weight Loss Flashback to the 1970’s dieting books: What we thought worked then.

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Hottest Trendiest Diets and Diet Books in 1970s: Flashback to the Weight Loss Plans of the 70’s! In 1970, the average person in a western country consumed approximately 7.4 kilos (16.4 pounds) of food weekly – or over 1 kilo (2.3 pounds) daily.[1]  Our food intake in 2017 is much greater than the average intake from fifty
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