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Keeping Your Appetite In Check After Weight Loss Surgery

Controlling your appetite can be one of the toughest parts of dieting, before or after your weight loss surgery. It is important to avoid the temptation to treat yourself or to eat more than your diet says you should. You should develop some techniques for managing your appetite while you are preparing for the surgery, and you might want to choose gastric sleeve surgery as your bariatric procedure to help reduce your appetite. 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

Are You Really Sticking to Your Diet?

Dieting can be hard, even after your treatment at the weight loss clinic in London. Bariatric surgery can reduce your appetite or restrict how much you can eat, but you still need to stick to a strict diet. The support you get before and after the operation can help, by advising you on the right diet and exercise routine. However, the amount of weight that you lose after surgery will depend on how well you follow this plan.

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What is Obesity?

Obesity is a word that we hear a lot in the media, but many of us are unclear on what exactly this word means. We all know that obesity refers to being overweight and carrying excess fat, but some of us tend to underestimate how much fat it takes to make a person obese, while others will overestimate it. If you are considering bariatric surgery in London, you will need to meet the medical definition of obesity. Read More

How Gastric Bypass Affects Your Small Intestine

One of the features that sets gastric bypass surgery apart from other forms of bariatric surgery is that it changes the route food takes through your digestive system. Food will be diverted from the upper part of your stomach into the lower part of your small intestine. It will bypass part of your stomach and small intestine, which can affect the way you digest and absorb food. Read More

Is Gastric Band Surgery Reversible?

Many people who are considering weight loss surgery are looking for a procedure that can be reversed. Some people want the option in case they don’t like the effects of the surgery. Others like the idea that the surgery can be reversed once they reach their target weight. If you want a reversible weight loss procedure, gastric band surgery is the right option for you. However, there are some good reasons not to have the procedure reversed unless it is absolutely necessary. Most weight loss procedures are permanent, even when the option of reversal is there. Read More

Exercising After Obesity Surgery

Eating well isn’t the only way to improve your health after your obesity surgery in London. Exercise also has a role to play and getting active can actually be one of the most enjoyable benefits of losing weight. Read More

Eating After a Sleeve Gastrectomy

Having weight loss surgery can change your life in many ways, but the most obvious impact will be on your relationship with food. You will have a specially designed diet to stick to after the procedure, but you will also find that eating feels a bit different after your sleeve gastrectomy at the London clinic. You might even find that your food preferences have changed. Read More

Are You Ready for Weight Loss Surgery?

Weight loss surgery is a significant procedure, so it is important to ensure that you are properly prepared for it. You will need to work with your doctor to ensure you are physically, mentally and practically prepared before the procedure. Read More