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Gastric Bypass Alternatives-The Secret Alternative to Bypass Surgery

Gastric Bypass Alternatives-The Secret Alternative to Bypass Surgery

In this article we’ll have a brief look at Stomach Bypass surgery info and discuss gastric bypass alternatives. We’ll end up focusing on a doctor who’s breaking out of the woman’s silence. Her new e-book, “Top Key Fat Loss Secret” by Doctor. Suzanne Gudakunst, is sending tsunami waves through the health care industry. We’ll share our confidential conversation having a prominent digestive doctor regarding gastric bypass alternatives and let you listen to what most people are by no means told in the public.

Are there really any gastric bypass alternatives ?

When a notable stomach surgeon had been recently asked within confidence about Stomach Bypass surgery he explained his surgical group hated doing all of them. His explanation had been simple: “they’re dangerous, and lots of times they trigger complications like bacterial infections, and even death. Apart from, the problem of weight problems is not solved along with them”. He explained, “The hospitals help to make us do all of them because they’re a huge revenue center.” “we prefer gastric bypass alternatives”

Via my amazing network of medical professional, I was brought to a medical conference promoted by Doctor Suzanne Gudakunst author of “Top Secret Fat Loss Secret”.

This particular e-book directly addresses gastric bypass alternatives and surprising truths that once you find and read about, you’ll never be the same. Lots of people who couldn’t lose weight are now seeing dramatic long lasting outcomes and keeping the weight off using gastric bypass alternatives. It is healthy, safe, affordable and more importantly, it reaches the root of the issue. Dr Gudakunst flies in the actual face of the health care industry and exposes the reality. Her e-book talks about gastric bypass alternatives, dangerous parasites, plaque along with other disgusting critters residing inside you that are causing you to get fat, and procedes to tell you how to get eliminate them, loose fat and live an ordinary healthy life.

This post is supposedly not a secret inside the medical industry who are afraid to discuss any gastric bypass alternatives but it was amazing for me. It’s recognized but apparently not really promoted because it’s not really profitable for them to promote gastric bypass alternatives.

After reading this ebook,  you have a better viewpoint and understand you will find gastric bypass alternatives.This confidential dialogue and insights of the acclaimed digestive surgeon had been meant to open your eyes to the real dangers as well as complications of Stomach Bypass surgery and its gastric bypass alternatives. This affordable e-book may be worth a look prior to you gastric surgery scheduling. Doctor Suzanne Gudakunst’s e-book has been getting countless success stories every week. Im hoping her information about the dangers of gastric bypass financing will also help you realize that there are gastric bypass alternatives. Cheers!

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  • hubbag

    These surgeons are just after money, they create malabsorption, deficiencies in vitamins and minerals that long term will shorten the life of their patients. They even sell this surgery as a cure for Diabetes when diabetes is also a risk for complications from this surgery as much as doing it with an inexperienced surgeon.

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  • lavis

    if your aunt wants you to be the same shape and size as a rock star. is your aunt really beautiful? your body is your own. you look well and have a beautiful smile. i get the feeling that you are quit happy with your own size and shape. keep that feeling. if your aunt starts questioning your size again…maybe you should say to her "you could lose a few pounds…or you could have a nose job.."

  • well ohmedusseg

    Should surgery be this easy? Or is there an alternative to gastric bypass surgery? Yes to both. Learn to enjoy weight loss using hypnosis to change your mindset.

  • hobbe sere

    Weight loss alternatives to surgery Surgery is always risky and there are safe and effective alternatives to make you look better feel better and enjoy a quality physical life

  • app

    I think no matter what the right think to go is to talk to a surgeon and evalutate your options based on your age, BMI, and all factors considered. Lap Band may or may not be the right option for you, but you are very young. I looked into weight loss surgery options a few years back and this is the surgeon i saw: very helpful doctor and a lot of good information on the site: http://www.laparoscopynw.com. Good luck!

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  • suchoudeke rownd

    Implant could be an alternative to gastric bypass surgery.

    An implant intended as a less drastic alternative to stomach stapling or stomach bypass surgery for the morbidly obese is now being sold in Europe. The device senses when a person is eating and generates a premature sensation of fullness by stimulating nerves that curl around the stomach.

  • ruttumake

    You have it backwards. People who have diabetes (type 2) and high blood pressure (hypertension is just another name for high blood pressure) often improve when they lose weight. If weight loss alone is not enough to to control the disease, then additional measures (such as medication) are used.

    If you have type 2 diabetes, usually the first step is to lose weight. If that doesn't work, then medications are used. (Sometimes cases are bad enough that medications are immediately used). The weight loss does not cause diabetes. The failure to control diabetes through weight loss leads the doctor to try the next step, medication.

    There is not biological tendancy for Mexicans to be heavier. There are many cultural reasons, mostly having to do with the foods that are commonly eaten in Mexican households, as well as a standard of beauty that includes (and often prefers) heavier women.

  • deman krugaylorf

    Sure, you can go out and try to get liposuction, lap-band surgery or vertical banded gastroplasty (VBG) where staples are used to divide the stomach in two parts. You could get the roux-en-Y gastric bypass where you turn your stomach into a tiny pouch and eat tiny amounts of food for the rest of your […]

  • hagelbertu michaud

    There are a few thing you can try. If you wear make up, there are ways you can put on brozer (do some research) that will make your face look thinner.
    Cardo in gernal gets rid of fat. Most people notice when they start cardio in their work outs, the first place they lose fat is their chest and under their chins. Why, I have no idea.
    People "store" fat different places, even your face. And yea, it might be baby fat, it might not. Might be a little of both.
    Also your hair style will reflect your face and it's shape. Round faces shouldn't have chin length hair, it makes your face look rounder. Bangs that end at your cheeks, make your cheeks look bigger. You can google, "hair style for face shapes" and you'll be amazed with what you find. 🙂

    I hope this helped a little. Good luck dear! I am sure you are BEAUTIFUL, and I'm glad to hear you love yourself. Keep it up darlin! Good luck

  • ehrkelman gobbennone

    a week later i was eating with no complications. you need to find the right surgeon and the best ones tend to be those that do stomach bypass. hope that helps.]]>

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  • flighto khamm

    I know a lot of people who have gotten this procedure done, and it worked amazingly for them. However, they learned to eat right and exercise. If you don't have the motivation now, you need to get it, and keep it. Before then, the procedure would be useless. Just because you saw some girl on Oprah doesn't mean that you will automatically be a success story as well. That is just called marketing; showing only certain stories about products, it's done on purpose to make people think that it will work for everyone. Putting that aside, you are 14 years old! That is too young to do something like this. I would suggest going to see a nutritionist first, then going from there.

    Good Luck!

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    2 Chainz – Tru Religions hold my cash (TRU) , in her stomach , bypass (TRU) , yo girl gotta donkey booty , nickname her MY ASSSS (Tell Em !)

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  • hartem

    You have it backwards. People who have diabetes (type 2) and high blood pressure (hypertension is just another name for high blood pressure) often improve when they lose weight. If weight loss alone is not enough to to control the disease, then additional measures (such as medication) are used.

    If you have type 2 diabetes, usually the first step is to lose weight. If that doesn't work, then medications are used. (Sometimes cases are bad enough that medications are immediately used). The weight loss does not cause diabetes. The failure to control diabetes through weight loss leads the doctor to try the next step, medication.

    There is not biological tendancy for Mexicans to be heavier. There are many cultural reasons, mostly having to do with the foods that are commonly eaten in Mexican households, as well as a standard of beauty that includes (and often prefers) heavier women.

  • regelhauer

    Yeah, some people can be incredibly rude.
    If your college has a gym (fitness room? idk) check to see if they have an elliptical. It's easier than running but burns almost as many calories. It also doesn't put pressure on your ankles. Push ups and jump ropes are the best for easy exercises 🙂 One exercise that helps thighs is lunges.
    I eat lean cuisine, cause I don't really eat much sodium other than that throughout the day. I lost ten pounds in a month replacing lunch and dinner with those. I heard that lying on the ground, lifting up a leg and writing the alphabet in the air with it helps too.

  • lander

    class=” ” My mom actually had a stomach bypass, and thats what the doctors told her to do. I didn’t buy it at first, but I was amazed

  • kozumez

    You have it backwards. People who have diabetes (type 2) and high blood pressure (hypertension is just another name for high blood pressure) often improve when they lose weight. If weight loss alone is not enough to to control the disease, then additional measures (such as medication) are used.

    If you have type 2 diabetes, usually the first step is to lose weight. If that doesn't work, then medications are used. (Sometimes cases are bad enough that medications are immediately used). The weight loss does not cause diabetes. The failure to control diabetes through weight loss leads the doctor to try the next step, medication.

    There is not biological tendancy for Mexicans to be heavier. There are many cultural reasons, mostly having to do with the foods that are commonly eaten in Mexican households, as well as a standard of beauty that includes (and often prefers) heavier women.

  • wojcieroug hewavrietk

    Maria–I don't think that that question is “celeb bashing” at all. I was wondering the same thing! Having a gastric bypass is a really unique circumstance to have when you're pregnant–and your body changes a LOT after having a baby sometimes. I know that a gastric bypass can be accidentally “undone” (so to speak) or may need to be re-done in some cases. I wonder if that's true with Carnie?
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  • jaksankiwa

    Stomach bypass surgical procedure can be an extreme endeavor in jumpstarting fat loss. Even so, for most people, for instance famous actors, fat lowering surgical procedure can be the critical step toward switching to a much healthier standard of living. Many severely overweight individuals in the United States could employ this surgical procedure as an alternative in order to become healthier.

  • grenthort khisetta

    Bariatric surgery, whether a stomach bypass operation or sewing together bits of a stomach lining, is not sufficient to prevent emotional overeating or the failure to accept a permanent commitment to health eating and exercise.
    Dean Pengra liked Judith J. Wurtman, PhD: The New ‘Magic’ Surgery for Weight Loss on 21 April 2012 (2 months ago).

  • goerri

    Maria–I don't think that that question is “celeb bashing” at all. I was wondering the same thing! Having a gastric bypass is a really unique circumstance to have when you're pregnant–and your body changes a LOT after having a baby sometimes. I know that a gastric bypass can be accidentally “undone” (so to speak) or may need to be re-done in some cases. I wonder if that's true with Carnie?
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  • albhelmori deschikish

    Hmm.. You could try Olay skin tighetning for minimum areas?
    And If it really isn't that bad,
    Try to "Fill In" With muscle!

    If it doesn't work, Then maybe Surgery could be an option.
    But there are those complications.. I would seriously think about all of the other non-surgical alternatives before thinking of surgery.
    Needles, Scalples, Knives.. >_< Scary!

    But Good luck, Darling!

    Peace and Love <3
    xJenna

  • grubbarnad rotti

    For years I followed Carnie Wilson as a role model both heavy and post gastric bypass. I watched as she shed the weight, found herself and became a mother….all of this inspiring. I also listened as she said she was a good gastric bypass patient and not such a good pregnant gastric bypass patient. I had gastric bypass in June of 2005 and lost about 150 pounds over the next year and a half. I also have a son who is now 6 and was an extremely high risk pregnancy when I weighed 340 pounds, had high blood pressure, gestational diabetes, and pre-term labour. Thank God he was healthy, for I did everything they told me to do but, I knew I never wanted to be in that position again. I am currently 7 3/4 months pregnant, have only gained 12 pounds, have a healthy baby girl inside of me who is in the 91st percentile for her size and weight, have awesomely low blood pressure, rock bottom blood sugars, and feel as though I could run a marathon. The doctors are even amazed and scratching their heads at the difference. Bottom line is that if I had never followed Carnie Wilson through all of her ups and downs, I would not be in this place today, a happier, healthier mother looking forward to the future.
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  • isravardai bra

    You have it backwards. People who have diabetes (type 2) and high blood pressure (hypertension is just another name for high blood pressure) often improve when they lose weight. If weight loss alone is not enough to to control the disease, then additional measures (such as medication) are used.

    If you have type 2 diabetes, usually the first step is to lose weight. If that doesn't work, then medications are used. (Sometimes cases are bad enough that medications are immediately used). The weight loss does not cause diabetes. The failure to control diabetes through weight loss leads the doctor to try the next step, medication.

    There is not biological tendancy for Mexicans to be heavier. There are many cultural reasons, mostly having to do with the foods that are commonly eaten in Mexican households, as well as a standard of beauty that includes (and often prefers) heavier women.

  • son

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  • chanco maraspault

    You have it backwards. People who have diabetes (type 2) and high blood pressure (hypertension is just another name for high blood pressure) often improve when they lose weight. If weight loss alone is not enough to to control the disease, then additional measures (such as medication) are used.

    If you have type 2 diabetes, usually the first step is to lose weight. If that doesn't work, then medications are used. (Sometimes cases are bad enough that medications are immediately used). The weight loss does not cause diabetes. The failure to control diabetes through weight loss leads the doctor to try the next step, medication.

    There is not biological tendancy for Mexicans to be heavier. There are many cultural reasons, mostly having to do with the foods that are commonly eaten in Mexican households, as well as a standard of beauty that includes (and often prefers) heavier women.

  • salet carlos

    You have it backwards. People who have diabetes (type 2) and high blood pressure (hypertension is just another name for high blood pressure) often improve when they lose weight. If weight loss alone is not enough to to control the disease, then additional measures (such as medication) are used.

    If you have type 2 diabetes, usually the first step is to lose weight. If that doesn't work, then medications are used. (Sometimes cases are bad enough that medications are immediately used). The weight loss does not cause diabetes. The failure to control diabetes through weight loss leads the doctor to try the next step, medication.

    There is not biological tendancy for Mexicans to be heavier. There are many cultural reasons, mostly having to do with the foods that are commonly eaten in Mexican households, as well as a standard of beauty that includes (and often prefers) heavier women.

  • hassistyni bat

    Kristy Ann,

    In short, YES. All the gastric bypass surgery does is make the size of your stomach much smaller which limits the amounts of foods you can eat at one sitting.

    While this sounds great in theory I've known a couple of different folks who've had the procedure done. To say it is 'life altering' would be an understatement. The nutrients you get are very limited because you're not getting as much food. You must be more careful about the small amounts of foods you eat because they must be nutrient rich. You must also supplement with vitamins and minerals because of what I just mentioned.

    Is it doable? Yes. And frankly, if you were my friend or relative I'd highly recommend you try the natural way first. While a gastric bypass surgery can help you need to also look at some of the thing you'll see down the road. Particularly how you'll be forced to eat. Take a look at some of the gastric bypass surgery recipes that are recommended below.

  • stranthall monigling

    you can go to http://www.obesityhelp.com and probably find heaps of information there – on every kind of bariatric procedure and there are probably forums for people who have had this procedure where you can get "first person" accounts of what it's like to have this procedure done and any problems people have had to deal with. The gastric sleeve has been around for quite a while and is another alternative bariatric surgery. The plus side is there is no "bypass" part, necessitating taking supplements to counteract the malabsorbtion of vitamins and minerals that is part of the gastric bypass. On the down side, there is no bypass, so weight loss can be a bit slower. You still have the restriction and this surgery is no less or more invasive than any other bariatric procedure and is also not reversible. (Every bariatric procedure should be considered permanent – including the band.) This surgery originally was for massively overweight people who would have the sleeve done (as it was simpler than the gastric bypass) so they wouldn't be under anesthetic as long. Then, after they had lost a couple of hundred pounds or more, the more complex gastric bypass would be done to further the weight loss. But, over time, the gastric sleeve has proven to be a good procedure for many overweight people and is gaining in popularity as there are also less chances of post op complications.

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