Weight Loss Surgery Questions to Ask Yourself About

Written by Veneta   
Monday, 18 July 2011 23:39

Ask Your Doctor About Weight Loss Surgery Possible to Have

Considering weight loss surgery is very common lately just because it’s easy and fast weight loss solution according to those who are thinking about it.

Another reason for this frenzy idea is that we always need a model to follow and most of the people who’ve been followed are famous models or actresses smiling from magazines and from the big screen.

I need to admit that this behavior is natural and normal when doesn’t hurt  us.

Weight loss surgery came on place from real medical conditions when there is no other options to safe somebody’s life.  And getting towards this direction I simply wanted to challenge you.  Ask yourself should you go to the hospital and go through this invasion.

What is the Best Weight Loss Surgery to Get?

I am not a physician to go deeper into this water but I’ve been around for enough time so I could give you my opinion directly and honestly.  I don’t have anything to gain from this, I don’t know you and here is the power of my answer. I am not subjective.

There are varieties of surgeries and I believe that it’s different for each individual. It depends on how obese you are and your health state.

US Nutritional Institute of Health advices weight loss surgical procedure for obese people whose Body Mass Index (BMI) is between 35 and 40.

What Do You Eat After Weight Loss Surgery?

If you already had surgery your doctor should advice you what exactly is the best for you to eat. My thinking is that you have had operation to get rid of the excess weight or remove the fat which was bothering you so much.

The reason for gaining weight was the wrong nutritional habits and your lifestyle in general.  Therefore you will need to change your nutritional choices and concentrate on fresh, organic and natural dietary plan.

Right after gastro intestinal invasion the food you eat has to be very light, liquids and creamy. My logical thinking is that this should be done for at least 6 months after fat removal surgical procedure.

Later on, once you are established you should eat food which is rich in fibers, vitamins, based on vegetables protein, minerals, essential fats from olives, avocado, almond nuts and fish and of course carbohydrates. Carbohydrates you can find in vegetables, fruits and nuts.

Make sure you have enough supply of rich in calcium and iron food.

After operation body weakens. You definitely have to take nutritional supplements to strengthen your body and recover quickly after weight loss surgery.  Pure Acai Berry is a great choice for this purpose.  The fame of Acai Berry is coming from its richness of micronutrients. They call it supperfood.  It’s a powerful antioxidant to prevent your body from infections and strengthen your immune system.

Which Weight Loss Surgery is the Best and Safest?

When it comes to surgery there is always some percentage of risk.  Every single person is different and the risks are different as well. It depends on many things like age, allergies or some other health condition.

During fat removal surgery there is anesthetic involved. Even if everything goes right the effect of pain killers could be harmful for your health.

Another thing is that any physical invasion impacts us psychologically.And more, imagine how could you feel if somebody is drawing on your skin with a pencil so they will know where to cut.

Your doctor is the only one who can give you the right answer of this question and I am 100% confident that this surgeon will agree with my opinion.

Have You Experienced Side Effects After Surgery?

I personally did not have any weight loss surgery but I’ve seen a lot of people who had it done. Some of them were happy and some other weren’t. The one thing which I realized is that many of them have become addictive. Yes, addictive!

Imagine you’ve fixed one thing and the rest of your body doesn’t much to it. So what do you think could emerge in your mind? - Another surgery.

Due to nutritious deficiency you might develop anemia and metabolic bone disorders such as osteoporosis.

There are possible complications with your gastro intestinal tract due to reduced size of stomach such as bloatedness.

Questions to Ask Yourself Before Weight Loss Surgery:

Are you ready to commit yourself to new nutritional plan?

Can you go through the recovery requirements for at least 6 months?

Are you devoted to lifelong antioxidant, vitamin and mineral intake of supplements?

Tip: Try for 3 months getting rid of the fat by combining physical activity with healthy eating and taking natural weight loss supplements. If you see results simply continue with the same program and forget about the surgery.

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