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Is Obesity a Disease?

Obesity isn’t usually considered a disease in the UK, but other counties such as the US and Portugal already treat it as a medical issue rather than a lifestyle choice. The Royal College of Physicians is calling for the same shift in perceptions to happen here.

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PCOS and Obesity: is There a Link Between the Two?

Obesity can have a big impact on many different aspects of your health, so it’s not surprising that it can affect your menstrual cycle. In fact, menstrual symptoms such as period pain can often be worse when you are overweight. The effects are particularly strong if you have a gynaecological condition such as PCOS.

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What is the Success Rate of Bariatric Surgery?

One of the most frequently asked questions about bariatric surgery is how successful the procedure is expected to be. Comparing the success rates of different procedures can help you to decide which one is right for you, but it’s important to understand what these figures actually mean. How is the success of a bariatric procedure measured and what does the average success rate mean for your weight loss?
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Should You Avoid Artificial Sweeteners?

We all know that eating too much sugar is bad for us, particularly if we are trying to lose weight or dieting after weight loss surgery. However, recent research has suggested that simply swapping sugar for artificial sweeteners might not be such a good idea.

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What Will Your Skin Look Like After Weight Loss Surgery?

Bariatric surgery can have a dramatic effect on your appearance, but in addition to helping you lose weight it can also affect your skin. You should discuss these effects, which typically include scarring and sagging, with your doctor at the weight loss clinic in London.

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What Is Restriction And How Does It Help You To Lose Weight?

One of the terms that you will hear frequently when you are considering weight loss surgery is restriction. It is an important effect of procedures such as gastric band, gastric bypass and gastric sleeve surgery that can help you to lose weight.

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The Importance of Sleep for Weight Loss

Eating well and exercising are essential for weight loss after your bariatric surgery in London, but there is another secret ingredient that can have a big impact on your success: sleep. Read More

Tips For Healthy Eating After Weight Loss Surgery

Healthy eating doesn’t have to be bland or monotonous. Although you’ll have to be careful about what you are eating after weight loss surgery, you will still be able to enjoy your meals. You should be able to come up with plenty of interesting dishes that will suit your diet, but if you need a bit more inspiration here are a few tricks to making healthy eating more interesting. Read More

The Facts About Sugar and Weight Loss Surgery

One of the most important changes you’ll need to make to your diet after weight loss surgery is cutting out sugar. Reducing the amount of sugar in your diet can be just as important as cutting the total number of calories that you eat. It can protect your teeth from decay and reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The combination of weight loss surgery and a lower sugar diet can even help to relieve the symptoms if you already have diabetes Read More

How Your Weight Affects Your Mood

Your physical health has a big impact on your mental well-being, so getting rid of your excess weight can have a significant effect on your mood. Whether you are losing weight through diet alone or with the aid of weight loss surgery, you should expect to notice some changes. Read More