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  • Bariatric Surgery: Exercise Your Way to the Desired Results

    January 8, 2018

  • Whether you have undergone a gastric bypass surgery or any other laparoscopic bariatric procedure, exercise plays a key role in helping you achieve your fitness goals. It is, therefore, important to know the right type and level of physical activities that you can incorporate into your daily lifestyle, post surgery. Although you can consult bariatric … Read More
  • Gastric Bypass Procedure to Fight Teenage Obesity

    January 3, 2018

  • With the advancement in technology and increasing number of fast food chains, obesity in teenagers has become a growing concern around the world. Obese teens are not only suffering from social alienation, which puts too much emphasis on physical appearance, but also facing various comorbid conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, and sleep disorders. Many teenagers, … Read More
  • How to Deal with Weight-Gain Post a SIPS Gastric Bypass Surgery

    December 27, 2017

  • Undergoing a gastric bypass surgery is undoubtedly a good option for those who are morbidly obese or overweight. But post surgery, patients often find it difficult to keep the weight off. Although some bit of weight gain after gastric bypass surgery is acceptable, some patients, because of their unhealthy lifestyle, tend to gain back all … Read More
  • 4 Medical Conditions That May Cause You To Gain Weight Fast

    December 21, 2017

  • Usually a bad diet or a casual lifestyle are some of the most common culprits behind weight gain. However, there are instances when one is doing everything right, but they still continue to gain weight, that too at a very fast pace. If you are facing a similar issue and are unsure of the reasons … Read More
  • 5 Tips to Help Your Kids Overcome Obesity

    December 15, 2017

  • With 1 out of 4 children struggling with weight issues, childhood obesity is a major concern for parents in Australia. A research published in the “Journal of Clinical Research and Pediatric Endocrinology” points out that the probability of children of obese parents getting overweight or obese is as high as 80 percent. It decreases by … Read More
  • All You Need to Know About Water Intake Post Gastric Sleeve Surgery

    December 8, 2017

  • Water plays a key role in keeping body cells, hair and skin hydrated, and to flush out waste from the body. As the food intake reduces than the normal diet, post weight loss surgery, it is important for patients to make sure that they include enough water in their daily diet. Lack of water can … Read More
  • Reasons to Consider Bariatric Surgery before Planning a Baby

    December 6, 2017

  • Obesity is a growing concern across the world, but the situation is more acute in Australia, with a staggering 63.4 percent of adults being either overweight or obese (data: 2014-2015). The figure is disturbing, as morbid obesity can lead to various diseases and health problems. With over 50 percent of country’s women being obese, there … Read More
  • 5 Reasons to Take up Running Post Bariatric Surgery

    November 20, 2017

  • Healthy diet choices and exercise are the two cornerstones to achieving and sustaining your weight loss goals after undergoing bariatric surgery. After surgery, your surgeon chalks out a recovery diet and exercise regimen for you to follow. Running is probably the most engaging and gratifying of the exercises that you may take up. During the … Read More
  • Answering 7 Frequently Asked Questions about Gastric Sleeve Surgery

    November 13, 2017

  • Morbid obesity is a growing global concern. According to WHO, the number of obese people has more than doubled since 1980. Most people troubled by morbid obesity and other weight related disorders can get help from weight loss procedures such as Gastric Bypass, SIPS Surgery or Sleeve Surgery. If gastric sleeve surgery has been recommended … Read More
  • Why Dieting May Not Be a Solution for Obesity

    November 3, 2017

  • According to recent researches, the number of early preventable deaths in Australia, caused by obesity is much higher than those caused by smoking. That somewhat explains the reason why an increasing number of Australians adult population is turning to every possible measure – from gym memberships to low-calorie diets – to get rid of excess … Read More