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What You Need to Know About Revising to Duodenal Switch (DS)

February 11, 2019 · 0 comments

As with any health condition treatment, the effectiveness of a particular treatment should be evaluated continuously over the life of the patient. For example, a patient being treated for hypertension with a certain medication will almost certainly need to have their medication changed or adjusted over time. Aging, activity level,

Facts a WLS Post Op Needs To Know from a Registered Dietitian 2

10 Facts a WLS Post-Op Needs To Know From a Registered Dietitian

December 26, 2017 · 0 comments

Weight loss surgery is a positive step toward improving your health and quality of life. It is important to commit to a healthy lifestyle to ensure the best results from bariatric surgery. From my experience working with bariatric patients, there are things that will make a difference to your health

17 things you should know about the duodenal switch

17 Things You Should Know About the Duodenal Switch (DS)

January 30, 2017 · 0 comments

Making the decision to undergo weight loss surgery is a life-changing proposition. It is imperative when devising an informed and educated decision, in collaboration with your surgeon, regarding the short and long-term outcomes of weight loss surgical procedures. The Duodenal Switch (DS) (Bilio-pancreatic diversion with Duodenal Switch) has the best

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What You Need to Know for the Duodenal Switch (DS)

January 13, 2016 · 0 comments

As a bariatric surgeon with 20 years of performing weight loss surgery procedures and 10 years performing the Duodenal Switch almost exclusively, I have come to know the pro’s and con’s of the various operations for weight loss. While the type of surgery performed and the way it is performed has changed

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14 Foods That Are Good For Your Heart

February 5, 2024 · 0 comments

With heart disease being the leading cause of death in the United States for both men and women, February is known not only for Valentines Day but also as American Heart Month. Since 1964, American Heart Health Month has put a national spotlight on the seriousness of heart disease and

Before and After VSG with Sharvelle

Before and After VSG with Sharvelle Down 135 Pounds!

January 9, 2024 · 0 comments

Before and After VSG with Sharvelle Down 135 Pounds: My struggles with weight have been a lifelong journey from being underweight as a young kid to becoming overweight as a teen. I used food as comfort. I learned how to cook from my Papa, watching and helping him in the

Bariatric-Friendly Foods

Eat these Seven Bariatric-Friendly Foods to Help Lower Your Cholesterol

October 23, 2023 · 0 comments

Bariatric-Friendly Foods to Help Lower Your Cholesterol: This might surprise you. Did you know that your total cholesterol level and your triglyceride level may both improve, that is, decrease within six months of bariatric surgery? It’s quite common to have elevated lipid levels prior to and after bariatric surgery. These

How Will I Know Which Weight Loss Surgery is Right For ME?

May 15, 2023 · 0 comments

How Will I Know Which Weight Loss Surgery is Right For ME? Congratulations on making the decision to undergo weight loss surgery! This will likely be one of the most monumental decisions of your lifetime. Battling the disease of obesity can be frustrating, to say the least. The good news

Before and After RNY With Brenda

Before And After RNY With Brenda Down 170 pounds!

May 2, 2023 · 0 comments

My name is Brenda and I am 70 years old. After serving active duty in the military for 17 years and 8 months, I was released for being 10 pounds overweight. Because of this, I did not reach my 20 year retirement date and therefore my retirement pay. The military

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Foods That Boost Your Immune System

March 1, 2023 · 0 comments

Food can be very beneficial to your health, like medicine! Going into the flu season, or really any time of the year, it is important to keep yourself healthy and strong. Certain foods contain antioxidants, antiviral/antibacterial properties, fiber, anti-inflammatory properties, and great sources of vitamins and minerals. Because of the

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