Gastric bypass, bariatric surgery, lap band surgery or sometimes known as weight loss surgery is heavily promoted across the USA by bariatric surgeons. Diet Doc Weight Loss uncovers the truth behind this risky, unnecessary surgery.

Quote startBariatric surgery, lap band surgery and gastric bypass surgery are far to risky for this type of surgery to be a weight loss optionQuote end

Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 07, 2011

Gastric bypass, bariatric surgery, lap band surgery or sometimes known as weight loss surgery is heavily promoted across the USA by bariatric surgeons and is typically reimbursable by insurance. In order to qualify for any of these surgeries, each person must demonstrate that they went through a documented weight loss program and were unsuccessful losing weight. Many people choose these extreme surgical methods to lose weight as they have tried and failed on other weight loss programs and their health is causing serious health conditions due to the excess weight explains Julie Wright, President of Diet Doc Weight Loss Programs.

According to the Mayo Clinic, Gastric bypass surgery surgically changes your digestive system to limit the amount of food eaten. At the same time, the absorption of vital nutrients is reduced states Wright.

The May Clinic reports that people whose body mass index is 35 or higher often experience life threatening weight-related health problems per the May Clinic.

  •     Gastroesophageal reflux disease
  •     Heart disease
  •     High blood pressure
  •     Severe sleep apnea
  •     Type 2 diabetes
  •     Stroke

The health related excess weight risks experienced are many and weight loss surgery is permanent, once the surgical changes are made to the body, there is no reversing.
Weight loss surgery risks can include:

  •     Excessive bleeding
  •     Infection
  •     Adverse reactions to anesthesia
  •     Blood clots
  •     Lung or breathing problems
  •     Leaks in your gastrointestinal system
  •     Death (rare)

Longer term risks and complications of weight-loss surgery vary depending on the type of surgery.

  •     Bowel obstruction
  •     Dumping syndrome, causing diarrhea, nausea or vomiting
  •     Gallstones
  •     Hernias
  •     Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia)
  •     Malnutrition
  •     Stomach perforation
  •     Ulcers
  •     Vomiting
  •     Death (rare)

Diet Doc Weight Loss is a medically, supervised weight loss program that customizes a weight loss program specifically for each individual based on their current and prior health history, age, gender, lifestyle and preference. Diet Doc utilizes a safe medication that does not cause jitters, the medication causes a disconnect between the brain and stomach helping to drastically reduce the urge to overeat. Add to that two support products clinically proven to shave off pounds and people can expect rapid, safe weight loss without adverse side effects and minimal saggy skin due to the types of foods and nutrients consumed.

Diet Doc has extensive experience with those needing to lose over 100 pounds or as little as 20 pounds. Every person has a unique need and it’s understanding the complex health conditions surrounding the weight gain and weight loss is what makes the Diet Doc Program success, explains Dr. Rao.

Diet Doc Weight Loss is also subject to reimbursement as it’s a medically, supervised, weight loss program states Wright.

Diet Doc Weight Loss does not promote this type of weight loss surgery. Diet Doc is the only aggressive, modern-day, doctor managed weight loss program in America. With their money back guarantee that people will lose weight without abnormal hunger or fatigue, they want people to consider their weight loss program verses choosing risky weight loss surgery. You have nothing to lose, but the weight itself, states Dr. Rao, Medical Director of Diet Doc.

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