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Taking It To The Next Level

Or at least I would like to think so….

If only it were that easy.

Us morbidly obese people are by the very nature of our size, a little slower than the rest of the “normal sized” population. 735 more words

Weight Loss

Bariatric Surgery and Gastric Reflux

In the last two decades, the world has seen a striking rise in both obesity and the number of people suffering from acid reflux, also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). 320 more words

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Resistance Training

Weight loss can be more effective and sustainable when combined with resistance training. With any weight loss program the first week or two are the easiest because that is when you lose the most weight. 187 more words

Health & Wellness

The Hidden Epidemic

Is dieting really a hidden epidemic? Well I think it could well be.

When you consider the amount of diet and weight related clubs there are throughout not only the UK but the rest of the word, it produces quite a scary number. 1,036 more words

Weight Loss

Bariatric Surgery as a Last Resort for Teens and Children

The epidemic of childhood obesity has brought an increase in obesity-related diseases including type 2 diabetes and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Of course, weight reduction through lifestyle change and diet is the best treatment for these conditions, but the long-term results are often disappointing. 283 more words

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Top 5 Reasons to Have Weight Loss Surgery

When it comes to weight loss surgery, many people tend to think it’s all about the looks. The main reason for a weight loss surgery… 493 more words

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A Trip To The Doctor's

No, not those kind of Doctors, the time lords of Gallifrey, but the ones that opened me up a few weeks back and took away most of my stomach…. 773 more words

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