Do I Need Weight Loss Surgery? Reasons and Risks

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Weight Loss Surgery: Reasons and Risks – “Do I Need Weight Loss Surgery?” If you’re exploring weight loss surgery, chances are you are doing so primarily because of two reasons: your health – and quality of life – are reduced due to having Obesity nothing you tried previously was successful in achieving adequate weight loss
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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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Body Contouring Tied To Better Quality Of Life After Weight-Loss Surgery

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Researchers focused on what’s known as body contouring surgery, which can range from a little bit of liposuction to a complete upper or lower body lift that removes substantial amounts of tissue. After weight-loss surgery (Reuters Health), people who get cosmetic procedures to remove excess tissue may have a better quality of life than those
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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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Am I a good Candidate for Bariatric Surgery? – 5 Things that could stop you

FIVE Health Conditions that Prevent You from Being a Good Candidate for Bariatric Surgery Bariatric surgery is a life changer and life saver for those of us who have struggled to maintain a healthy body weight and BMI, and who need to lose significant amounts of weight in a short period of time to minimise our
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