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Gastric Bypass Surgery

How to Stop Grazing After Gastric Bypass Surgery

Grazing, a pattern of eating small amounts of food all day, is a subcategory of binge eating disorder. According to research publi...

Complications of Triple Bypass Surgery

The coronary arteries are responsible for providing blood to the heart. If the arteries become narrowed or blocked, patients may r...

What Is a Lap Sleeve Gastrectomy?

A laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy is a bariatric procedure that involves removing approximately 85 percent of the stomach and shap...

What Fruits Can You Eat After a Gastric Bypass Surgery?

Gastric bypass surgery helps morbidly obese patients lose significant amounts of weight. The surgery reduces the size of the stoma...

Why Is B12 Needed After Gastric Bypass surgery?

Gastric bypass, a weight loss surgery procedure, is often successful for people who need to lose a substantial amount of weight. H...

Side Effects of Gastric Bypass Surgery

Gastric bypass surgery is a type of bariatric weight loss surgery that creates a very small stomach and allows food to bypass par...

A Food List for After Gastric Bypass Surgery

After gastric bypass surgery your body will no longer be able to tolerate large meals and certain foods. The procedure reduces you...

Pregnancy After RNY

Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, often abbreviated as RNY or RYGB, is a surgical procedure that helps morbidly obese people lose weight r...

Qualifications for Gastric Bypass Surgery

According to the University of Maryland Center for Weight Management and Wellness, gastric bypass (also known as "Roux-en-Y&q...

Medications to Avoid After Gastric Bypass

Gastric bypass has become an increasingly common option for patients seeking permanent weight loss. Because many patients who are...
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