Exercise May Speed Up Your Weight Loss After Gastric Bypass

A new study suggests that people who have undergone weight loss surgery to manage their obesity may lose more weight when they follow regular exercise regimen.

Nowadays more and more adults are considering gastric bypass surgery in an effort to lose weight. Weight loss procedures that restrict the amount of food you take can drive considerable weight loss and also help to control diseases related to obesity such as diabetes.

Regular workout is a well-known method to keep your body weight in control. It is not yet evident whether people who begin exercise after gastric bypass fare any better than people who stay sedentary. The new research suggests that they do.

Researchers found that people who became more active after the surgery lost more weight than those who remain active. Just like your new lifestyle involves eating smaller portions and sticking with low fat foods, you need to make physical activity a part of your daily routine for the success of your weight loss surgery. Also, remember that weight loss surgery is not to become skinny, but to become healthy. Also, the goal is not to look better, but also to live longer.

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26. March 2013 09:59 by bariactric | Comments (0) | Permalink

Diet After Bariatric Surgery To Ensure Good Health

Diet after bariatric surgery is what you will be following for the first 2 to 8 weeks after you have your weight loss surgery. The diet is going to be completely different than anything you are probably used to. The most important thing is, you need to understand what you are allowed to eat and that you are completely ready for diet after bariatric surgery.

For initial two weeks, you will be completely on liquid diet. Bariatric patients should strictly follow the right dietary guidelines recommended by the surgeon or dietician. Here is the sample diet plan after bariatric surgery for 10-12 weeks:

Day one- three: During this period, you are only allowed to take only liquids.

  • Liquids: Take only high protein liquids, water and beverages like decaffeinated and unsweetened tea.
  • Soft foods: You are not allowed to consume soft foods during this period.
  • Solid foods: You are not allowed to take solid foods during this period.

Three-four weeks: In this period, you are allowed to take liquids and few soft foods.

  • Liquid foods: Take skim milk, low calorie liquids containing high proteins and broth.
  • Soft foods: Soft foods and pureed foods with no pieces in the paste form.
  • Solid foods: You are not allowed to take any solid foods during this period.

Four-eight weeks: During this period, you are allowed to take liquids and some soft foods.

  • Liquid foods: Take liquids that are high in protein, water diluted juice, decaffeinated tea and coffee.
  • Soft foods: You can consume eggs, meat, yogurt, tofu, fat-free beans, soups, oatmeal, softened vegetable, very dry toast, soft lettuce, potatoes.
  • Solid foods: During this period, you are not allowed to take any solid foods.

Ten-twelve weeks: In this time, you can take liquids, soft foods as well as some solid foods.

  • Liquid foods: You can start consuming high protein liquids.
  • Soft foods: You can take low-fat, low calories, fat free, sugar free and high protein foods.
  • Solid foods: Start taking seafood; ground pork, chicken, beef and tender; lean meats; tofu; fruits and vegetables

The above mentioned diet after bariatric surgery is good for every patient. Similar to some foods that you need to take, there are certain foods that you need to avoid, such as:

  • Fried and junk foods
  • Crunchy foods such as nuts, chips, popcorn, raw veggies, fruit skins and iceberg lettuce
  • High-fat foods such as mayonnaise, whole milk, cream, sour cheese, hard cheeses, desserts, salad dressings and bacon
  • Sticky foods like macaroni, pasta, cheese, peanut butter, and rice
  • Tough meats or rubbery textured foods like hot dogs, steak and salami

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13. March 2013 23:55 by bariactric | Comments (0) | Permalink

Risk Of Obesity On Expecting Mothers

Healthy weight is most recommended for women who want to conceive. In obese women, fatty ovaries can cause harm to the embryonic development and finally lead to failed pregnancies. Recent study stated that women to avoid being overweight if they want to become pregnant.

Also, the research explained why obese women and women with diabetes often find difficult to conceive. These women tend to metabolize more stored fat that lead to increased fatty acid levels in the ovaries.

Research discovered that embryos made from the fat filled eggs had very few cells and underwent variations in genes and metabolic activities. Also, the higher levels of fatty acids can greatly affect egg development in the ovaries. Embryos that produce successful pregnancies tended to have a quieter, less active metabolism.

When eggs were exposed to higher fatty acids, then it results in increased amino acid metabolism and distorted oxygen consumption, glucose consumption and lactate. All these can lead to impaired metabolic regulation and decreased viability.

Obese women who want to become pregnant can consider bariatric surgery for weight loss. Here you can find more information on how weight loss surgery affects your pregnancy.

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4. March 2013 11:23 by bariactric | Comments (0) | Permalink

About Bariatric Care Center

The Bariatric Care Center is dedicated to the holistic approach to morbid obesity. We believe that surgery is only a small fraction of the whole process of losing weight and a powerful tool when used appropriately. In order to achieve that, our team includes a specialized panel in Psychiatry, Nutrition and Exercise Physiology.

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