Bariatric surgery is a procedure performed on an individual with morbid obesity or on individual with Class II obesity (BMI between 35 kg/m² and 39.9 kg/m²) along with associated comorbidities. The two major factors that prevent a patient from undergoing bariatric surgery are fear of...

According to the World Health Organization, in 2005 there were about 1.6 billion overweight adults and at least 400 million obese adults worldwide. Dr Amit Garg, Weight Loss Surgeon in North India, is specialized in bariatric surgery and passionate about educating the community on...

Am I a Candidate for Bariatric Surgery? Weight loss surgery or bariatric surgery is making surgical changes to stomach and digestive system to restrict the amount of food that one can eat and also the absorption of the nutrients. This surgery helps those who are unable...

Counting Calories to Lose Weight Most of us are often confused whether we should count calories or carbs to lose weight. This confusion is the result of calories versus sugar debate. So what really matter when trying to lose weight?? Counting calories or reducing sugary carbohydrates...

Weight Loss and Sleep Apnea Most common cause of obstructive Sleep Apnea in adult  is being overweight or obese. It is a disorder in which the airways become blocked during sleep thus interrupting breathing.   During sleep the throat and tongue muscles get more relaxed and block...

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