1st Sep, 2020
Before and After Image of Patient from Sasse Surgical   Why Dr. Sasse recommends it for all his patients, and why it might be good for you, too.   Zone II (out of 5 zones) exercise is most commonly defined as the kind of exercise that is not the easiest level (Zone I) of a slow walk, but it is a level at which one…
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21st Aug, 2020
If you're investigating gastric bypass surgery or another form of bariatric or metabolic surgery to lose weight, it's normal to wonder how much weight you can realistically expect to lose after your procedure. Here's what the data shows. In the graph above, people who had “GBP” or gastric bypass in the green line kept off more than 25% of their total weight even 20 years…
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14th Aug, 2020
While gastric bypass and other forms of bariatric surgery (sleeve and duodenal switch) confer large positive effects overall on health and life expectancy, there can also be drawbacks. If you're researching bariatric surgery as a solution to obesity or type 2 diabetes, it's important to be clear on all of the facts. Here's what you need to know about the negative side effects of gastric…
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7th Aug, 2020
Before and After Image of Patient from Sasse Surgical Polycystic ovarian syndrome has been called a conundrum, due to its complex biology, variable symptom expression, and insufficient treatment options. The primary biology involves androgenization, infertility, obesity, and insulin resistance. Investigators have understandably seen corollaries with the biology of metabolic surgery, which counteracts such hormonal processes. A new 2020 study among sleeve gastrectomy patients adds to…
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7th Jul, 2020
Groundbreaking device represents the best cure for type 2 diabetes On May 7th, 2020 Dr. Kent Sasse announced the issuance of a non-provisional patent for his new sleeve tube device, a major breakthrough in the field of metabolic surgery. Millions with type 2 diabetes will benefit from Dr. Sasse’s revolutionary device – the best cure for diabetes. The new device, Non-Provisional Patent Serial No. 15/838,057,…
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2nd Jun, 2020
In a pair of large and recently completed studies, sleeve gastrectomy earned more praise as the safest thing to do if you are battling obesity. In one study of over 117,000 individuals, sleeve gastrectomy was found to result in tremendous long-term weight loss compared to non-surgical treatment. In the 2020 publication by Arterburn and colleagues, medical weight loss without surgery resulted in a grand total…
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5th May, 2020
Contrary to popular opinion, losing weight and keeping it off isn't about willpower. Not really. Mostly today it's about biology – our genetic blueprint up against an obesogenic environment. But there are people who successfully fight against all the elements of our food and environment that conspire to make us fat: people who exercise a lot every day and eat lower carbs, focusing on vegetables…
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31st Mar, 2020
In the recent 2019 publication, Felsenreich and colleagues do a thorough job examining all of the long term reported studies and data regarding sleeve gastrectomy outcomes. The results paint a picture of a very safe and very effective procedure, with a few limitations. From the Report First of all, the average overall weight loss beyond five years among the four studies with the longest followup…
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19th Feb, 2020
Bladder leakage is one of the most common problems among Americans over the age of 40. For some, it is related to pregnancy or prostate problems and can be considered a minor nuisance. But for others, bladder leakage is embarrassing and disruptive to daily life. Bowel leakage can occur for many of the same reasons — past pregnancy, aging, pelvic radiation, surgery, spinal injury, and nerve…
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31st Jan, 2020
Most people lose a large amount of weight and keep it off long term, but a significant number of people will regain weight in the years after metabolic surgery. Others will simply not lose adequate amounts of weight or not completely reverse their type 2 diabetes, often due to genetic factors, or simply because of starting at a very high BMI. Today, there are excellent…
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