11-year follow-up study after sleeve gastrectomy

Posted on: 29th Aug, 2018

    Every individual is different, and each person’s biology and metabolism are different. Furthermore, each person‘s commitment to eating a lower carbohydrate diet, and a daily regimen of increased exercise is… you guessed it, different. So, it stands to reason that not every person is going to lose as much weight as the maximum possible and keep it off forever. Also, we must keep in mind that most people are gaining weight with age anyway.  So, it is remarkable that over 60% of the excess weight is still off 11 years later on average after sleeve gastrectomy.]]>

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