Gastric Bypass a Solution for Obesity and Diabetes

Anecdotal evidence supports that gastric bypass may be a solution for the morbidly obese and those suffering from diabetes. After the surgery, patients’ blood sugar levels drop after a few days. However, this is still a very invasive surgery.

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It is always important to consider all the available options before selecting gastric bypass. If you don’t change your eating habits and sedentary lifestyle, no surgery or weight loss plan can stop you from slowly killing yourself with an extra helping of food.

Avoid Hangovers Because It Is Destroying Your Diet

Every time you are hungover from a night of drinking, you have set yourself back on average of 500-600 liquid calories.

Before you drink, remember that liquid courage will go straight to your thighs if you really want to lose weight.

Drink in moderation. However if you choose to drink and pass out, chances are that you will gain weight and become fat without eating anything.

Potty Training for Eating Fatty Foods

While orlistat is under the scrutiny of the FDA, let’s take a look at what it really does for people who take it regularly.

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How does it stop the intestine from absorbing fat?

  • When the drug is in your system and you happen to unknowingly consume a fatty meal, start praying that you can find a clean bathroom near by.
  • The fat will be expelled from your system like kids flying down the water slides of Dorney Park.

Instead of having a parent around to give these overweight adults a slap for eating too many cookies in one sitting, the weight loss drug potty trains you to avoid overeating and fatty foods.

What do people really need? Not some miracle pill, but someone to instill discipline into them or give them a good scolding.

Low Carbs or Low Fat? What works?

While both diets lead to weight loss. Studies have shown that  low-carb diets are the clear winner with participants shedding more pounds than participants on a low-fat diet.

Next time you eat, remember to skip the pasta and bread. You are well on your way to losing weight and achieving your weight goals.

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University of Florida – Obesity Study

Two groups consumed the same amount of calories. The overweight-obese group were found to eat less plant based foods (translated to mean overweight-obese individuals were consuming more processed foods, junk food, and sugars).

“Consumers should stick with what we have known for decades and eat fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables,” – Susanne Talcott

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