Is you’re still searching for another interesting alternative to liposuction then a Gastric Bypass procedure is something that you should look at. A simple explanation for what Gastric Bypass does is it reduces stomach volume directly affecting how much food could be stored and digested. This in turn helps people lose weight by physically altering stomach structure by limiting the amount of food we could store and digest.
A Gastric Bypass in particular does not only reduce the stomach’s surface amount for digestion but also circumvents the first portion of the small intestine. Since the small intestine is also responsible for absorbing food nutrients, decreasing foods exposure in this area further reduces the amount of nutrients absorbed by the body.
Who is qualified for Gastric Bypass Procedures?
A gastric bypass surgery should only be considered when healthier options for losing weight such as eating a healthy diet and living an active lifestyle fails to produce a drastic reduction in overall weight.
People suffering from severe obesity or those with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 40 or higher
People with medical conditions such as Hypertension and Type 2 Diabetes whose weight is a direct contributor to their health problems
Those with serious health problems and a BMI of 35 to 39.9 or 30 to 34 depending on your doctor’s recommendations