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The Most Effective Method to Stop Obesity

If regular dieting and exercise haven’t gotten you the weight loss results you need to conquer obesity because it’s simply too hard to stick to a strict diet for an indefinite period of time, weight loss surgery with Beverly Hills Physicians may be your best options. In order to qualify for bariatric surgery you must have a BMI of at least 40, or 35 if you also have an obesity-related illness like diabetes or heart disease. It’s important to know that no weight loss surgery option is a magic cure, making the pounds disappear with no hard work whatsoever. However, it is one of the most effective ways to lose weight if you’ve struggled with obesity for years.

Each weight loss surgery option offered by Beverly Hills Physicians is different. Many people choose the Lap Band procedure because it’s reversible. The surgery consists of placing a band around the stomach which creates a pouch-like effect that makes you feel full faster. If you don’t like the results of this procedure, Lap Band revision to gastric sleeve is always an option.

The other major bariatric surgery option is gastric sleeve, in which a large portion of the stomach is removed. One major advantage of this procedure is that hunger related hormones are also significantly reduced. Either one of these procedures can help make your struggle with severe obesity a thing of the past. It’ll still take a bit of hard work, but it will definitely be worth it. Set up a free consultation with one of Beverly Hills Physicians’ many locations today to get started.


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Disclaimer: Results vary, patients may achieve different cosmetic and weight loss results depending on body type, medical history, selected procedure and a variety of other factors. One patient’s success as shown by before and after pictures in no way guarantees similar results for other prospective patients.