Dr. Feiz & Associates notes that weight loss surgery patients typically succeed in keeping their excess weight off and improve their overall health because a patient’s relationship with food is typically significantly altered after their surgery.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 23, 2016
A recent article published June 10 on Straights Times details some new research findings on people who have undergone bariatric surgery. The article goes on to explain that bariatric surgery patients in the study experienced a drastic change in taste and food preferences, often becoming more sensitive to sweet and salty flavors. According to the article, this is apparently largely due to the reduced production of hunger hormones. Dr. Feiz & Associates notes that weight loss surgery patients typically succeed in keeping their excess weight off and improve their overall health because a patient’s relationship with food is typically significantly altered after their surgery. The Los Angeles bariatric center goes on to note that healthier eating habits brought on by weight loss surgery offers patients a variety of health benefits that can positively address a number of life-threatening health issues, such as:
Hypertension - Los Angeles bariatric center notes severely obese patients usually suffer from high blood pressure (hypertension) and are therefore at increased risk of life-threatening heart attacks and strokes. With a major change in taste and food preferences, the weight loss surgery center notes that patients are more likely to obtain a clean bill of health thanks to the healthier food choices they make in the long run. Specifically, since high salt intake is frequently associated with increased blood pressure, patients who become more sensitive to this flavor may be further bolstered in their response to hypertension.
High Cholesterol - Dr. Feiz & Associates notes that many weight loss surgery patients have excessively high cholesterol prior to treatment. This is primarily caused by the over accumulation of certain fats in the bloodstream that eventually block and harden the artery walls. The Southern California bariatric surgery center notes that because weight loss surgery significantly reduces the feeling of hunger, a patient is more likely to drastically improve their eating habits, especially as it regards portion control, thus greatly reducing the amount of harmful cholesterol in their body.
Type 2 Diabetes – Any patient who is dealing with this all too common health issue is likely to be intrigued by the research indicating that some people who have weight loss procedures lose their taste for extremely sweet foods. Type 2 diabetes is brought on by an excessive amount of sugar in the blood that eventually results in the body’s inability to break it down. Dr. Feiz notes that the majority of bariatric surgery patients are able to decrease their intake of foods, including sugary treats, and more properly manage their diabetes after losing the excess weight. Indeed, patients who are able to lose most of their excess weight very often see either a major improvement or a complete remission in their diabetes.
Dr. Feiz & Associates concludes that bariatric surgery not only makes weight loss easier for the patient, it also appears to help the patient establish a healthier relationship with food that will benefit them in the long term. Interested readers who would like to know more about the various health benefits of bariatric surgery can call Dr. Feiz & Associates at (800) 868-5946 or visit the weight loss center’s website at http://www.DrFeiz.com.