Patients tend to gain weight 5 years after bariatric surgery
Five years after bariatric surgery for loss weight-operated patients tend to gain some of the pounds lost. Researchers do not deny that surgery is more effective in ensuring long-lasting weight loss in people with obesity than just eating healthy and exercising. . However, researchers say that doctors need to know more about which patients will benefit most from the procedure. And that doctors should give greater attention to strategies in the postoperative to help patients in their initial weight loss.
According to scholars, bariatric surgery should not be regarded as the solution to all problems. It is essential that patients understand the key role of healthy eating and exercise for weight loss.
It is no longer easy to eat properly when you do not have the diseases involved. Besides doubts about what is right or wrong, it is very difficult to give up those foods that are known to be unhealthy, but which are very tasty. Worse still is to be able to consume these delicacies in small quantity. These difficult situations become much more evident in people with diabetes, because the doubts are greater and the restrictions more complex.
It is well certain that losing weight is easier, in view of a short-term goal. They are goals that count on the stimulation of an end point in sight and almost always with a high probability of being reached, regardless of what comes next. By the way, people do not even think about what comes next, even if they return all the pounds lost.
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