Bariatric Surgery

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Bariatric Surgery

Each day someone is affected by obesity. Whether it’s a family member, neighbor, or loved one, every person know someone who is overweight. In America it is estimated that over one fourth of the population is overweight. This trend is getting worse with each year.

We have all tried to loose weight. Only a small percentage of Americans are successful with diet and exercise. Weight loss for most is not as simple as eating too much and not exercising enough. For some it is a lifestyle. Just changing your eating habits for a few months does not produce long term wieght loss. When trying to cure disease such as Type II Diabetes, Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Osteoarthritis, and Hypertension, more is needed.

With 5 million Americans suffering from morbid obestiy, this disease is starting to affect not only or personal lives, but our society. It is estimated that 14% of healthcare dollars go towards the treatment of obesity. If obesity continues rising at its current rate in the United States, by 2020 about one in five health care dollars spent on people ages 50-69 could be consumed by obesity-related medical problems — up about 50 percent from 2000.

There are numerous options for weight loss. We are dedicated to informing you about the most successful longterm option for weight loss. Contained within this site is information that will help you make the right choice for you to loose weight. Whether it is with a low calorie diet, exercise, or surgery for morbid obesity, we hope that we can help you in your quest to become healthy.