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Undergoing Roux-en Y gastric bypass surgery is a life changing procedure, as it not only helps suppress appetite but also influences the types of food patients crave. This finding was recently … Read More >>
Along with life changing weight loss, Gastric sleeve surgery is also a life changing decision. So, here’s 10 timely tips to help you better understand and prepare for your bariatric procedure. … Read More >>
Follow your diet stages. Eating solid foods or high fat and sugar food too soon could risk damaging your stomach and yourself. Side effects include as nausea, vomiting and stomach cramps.
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Anyone who’s ever worked out or gone for a jog with an iPod strapped to their arm is well aware that music can enhance any exercise session. But are the benefits mainly motivational and fun, or … Read More >>
Latests numbers released by the International Diabetes Federation have revealed that the number of Australian adults diagnosed with diabetes has reached almost 1.7 million - or one in ten. … Read More >>
A study has found that bariatric patients continue to enjoy significant weight loss three years after their operation, in addition to improved health outcomes.
The study, published in the Journal of … Read More >>
It is already known that the benefits of bariatric surgery are myriad, including sustained weight loss and reduced cardiovascular risk. Now, a new study has found that bariatric surgery can also … Read More >>
South Australian research has found that the sperm of obese men may pass on the risk of obesity and diabetes for two generations.
Laboratory studies at the University of Adelaide found that … Read More >>
Research conducted at the University of Adelaide has found that the nerves in the stomach that signal fullness become desensitised in obese people - and fail to revert back to normal even after the … Read More >>
A new study has found the first direct link between obesity and pancreatic cancer.
Pancreatic cancer is one of the most lethal forms of cancer, with a five year survival rate of 3-5 per cent and … Read More >>