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When it comes to bariatric surgery, you may be surprised to learn that the procedure itself is often the easiest part of the process. It’s what comes next that will require work, discipline, and a willingness to change old habits to adapt to a new lifestyle.     Bariatric surgery recovery will be challenging, but it…

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Weight loss vitamins and supplements on counters

We see advertisements every day for weight loss vitamins and supplements that will help you “magically” melt away the pounds. In a country struggling with an obesity epidemic, many Americans are willing to do or try anything to lose weight. From fad diets to taking pills of various shapes, colors, and sizes, we’re a nation that’s…

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Overweight woman walking on treadmill

With 2020 in full swing, gyms around the country will be packed to full capacity as people take action on their New Year’s resolution to lose weight and get in shape. If the statistics are to be believed, the vast majority of these people will give up on their fitness goals around mid-January and fall back into…

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  Gout is a painful form of arthritis that can make walking difficult. It is caused by a buildup of uric acid in the body. This leads to the formation of razor-sharp uric acid crystal deposits in the joints of the feet. A positive connection between gout and weight loss surgery now gives hope to…

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  The holidays are just around the corner! If you’ve just had bariatric surgery or intend on having surgery, you’ve taken the first step to living a healthier lifestyle. What better way to celebrate your new lease on life than by making a wish list of items dedicated to weight loss and healthy living?

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