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Loving yourself and all that body positivity does not mean you should not think about your health or try to become fitter.

IT DOES NOT MEAN THAT AT ALL.

It means, don't let the society judge you and force you to hate yourself because of what you look like.

Don't let the society impose stupid and unhealthy beauty standards. 

Let not society make outcasts out of bigger people.

Now, if you are unhappy with your body, because you think it's uneasthetic or because you are not in good shape and suffer from it, you should defiinitely try to do something about it.

Weither it is try a diet, or exercise more, or considering a surgery.

The same way you should not let slim people look down on you, you should not let people look down on you because you choose surgery. Life is a long journey, and it is YOURS. 

So here are the few surgerical options you have today when it comes to lose weight in a healthy and most likely definitive manner.

First, don't even consider it if you haven't tried dieting or exercising forst, don't go there because you think it's easy, that's not the right mindset. Become a fighter first, give all you have, diet, exercise, or maybe just loving yourself the way you are now mostly through Fashion and style.

 

Surgeriy is a big move, it can be dangerous, it can be life-threatening, so it is never a light decision.

 

NOW.

Restrictive operations like gastric sleeve surgery make the stomach smaller and help people lose weight. With a smaller stomach, you will feel full a lot quicker than you are used to. This means that you will need to make big lifelong changes in how you eat-including smaller portion sizes and different foods-in order to lose weight.

 

Here are the main 3 restrictive surgery options you got.

- GASTRIC BANDING SURGERY

The surgeon uses laparoscopy (which involves small cuts in the belly) to place an adjustable silicone band around the upper part of the stomach. Squeezed by the silicone band, the stomach becomes a pouch with about an inch-wide outlet. After banding, the stomach can hold only about an ounce of food.

A plastic tube runs from the silicone band to a device just under the skin. Saline (sterile salt water) can be injected or removed through the skin, flowing into or out of the silicone band. Injecting saline fills the band and makes it tighter. In this way, the band can be tightened or loosened as needed to reduce side effects and improve weight loss. 

What Are the Results of Gastric Banding?

Gastric banding leads to loss of about 40 to 50% of excess weight. For example, someone who is 100 pounds overweight might expect to lose about 40 to 50 pounds after gastric banding. However, these results vary widely. Gastric banding is considered the least invasive weight loss surgery and also the safest. The procedure can be reversed if necessary, and in time, the stomach generally returns to its normal size.

- GASTRIC SLEEVE SURGERY

This surgery can be done by making a large incision in the abdomen (an open procedure) or by making several small incisions and using small instruments and a camera to guide the surgery (laparoscopic approach). More than half of your stomach is removed, leaving a thin vertical sleeve, or tube, that is about the size of a banana. Surgical staples keep your new stomach closed. Because part of your stomach has been removed, this is not reversible.

Research has shown that people who have had a sleeve gastrectomy on average lose more than half of their excess weight. Success is higher for people who are realistic about how much weight will be lost and who keep appointments with the medical team, follow the recommended eating plan, and are physically active.

- GASTRIC BYPASS SURGERY

Gastric bypass surgery shrinks the size of your stomach, so you can't eat as much as you used to. The surgeon will also re-route, or bypass, part of your digestive system so you don't absorb as much food.

There are several types of gastric bypass surgery:

Roux-en-Y gastric bypass: This is the most common gastric bypass surgery done in the U.S. Surgeons can do it through a small cut, which has a quicker recovery time than more complicated surgery.

First, the surgeon makes a small stomach pouch by stapling part of the stomach together or by vertical banding. This limits how much food you can eat.

Next, the surgeon attaches a Y-shaped section of the small intestine to the pouch. That creates a bypass for food, so it skips part of your digestive system. As a result, you absorb fewer calories and nutrients.

Extensive gastric bypass (biliopancreatic diversion): This is a more complicated type of gastric bypass. The surgeon removes the lower part of the stomach. He then connects the small pouch that remains directly to the last part of the small intestine, completely bypassing the first two parts. It works for weight loss, but it's not widely used because it can leave you short on nutrients.

WHY YOUR SURGEON PREFERS SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY OVER LAP BANDS

Guess what? Your surgeon may prefer gastric sleeve or bypass over Lap Bands. Surgeons want you to be successful. Most surgeons care about getting you healthy. But, they also know that you’re a future referral source. You are a future success story.

If your surgeon has been performing bariatric surgery for long enough he or she has seen patients that lose little or no weight with a Lap Band.

This doesn’t mean the band isn’t working. It just means that certain patients cannot implement the lifestyle changes (3 small meals a day, high protein, exercise, low carbs, etc.) that are needed to be a success with the Lap Band.

There are very few, if any, patients that don’t lose weight with gastric bypass or gastric sleeve surgery. Granted, after the weight comes off, it’s up to the patient to keep it off.

For a surgeon that is trying to help, it’s difficult to identify patients that are truly dedicated to implementing exercise and healthy, nutrient dense foods into their diet.

S'aimez comme l'on est, et tout ce mouvement de positivité et d'acceptation corporelles ne signifie pas que vous ne devriez pas penser à votre santé ou essayer d'etre en meilleure forme.

PAS DU TOUT.

Cela signifie ne pas laisser la société vous juger et vous forcer à vous haïr parce que vous ne répondez pas aux criteres de beauté actuels.

Ne laissez pas la société imposer des normes de beauté stupides et malsaines. Ne laissez pas la société faire des parias des gens plus gros ou juste différents.

 

Maintenant, si vous n'êtes pas satisfaite de votre corps, parce que vous pensez qu'il n'est pas beau, parce que vous vous sentez déprimée en vous regardant dans la glace, ou parce que vous n'êtes pas en bonne forme, avex des complications de santé et en souffrez, vous devriez vraiment essayer de faire quelque chose à ce sujet.

 

Que ce soit tenter un régime alimentaire, ou bouger plus, ou envisager une intervention chirurgicale.

 

De la même façon que vous ne devriez pas laisser les gens minces vous regarder de haut, vous ne devriez pas laisser les gens vous juger parce que vous choisissez la chirurgie.

 

La vie est un long voyage, et c'est le VÔTRE.

Voici donc les quelques options chirurgicales dont vous disposez aujourd'hui pour perdre du poids d'une manière définitive et saine.

 

Tout d'abord, ne les considérez même pas si vous n'avez pas essayé de suivre un régime ou faire de l'exercice d'abord, ne le faites pas parce que vous pensez que c'est facile ou un simple coup de baguette magique, ce n'est pas du tout la bonne mentalité et vous serez assurée de reprendre tout le poids perdu. Devenez d'abord une combattante, donnez tout ce que vous avez, le régime, l'exercice, ou peut-être juste essayer de vous aimer comme vous êtes maintenant par le biais de la mode et du style.

 

La chirurgie c'est une décision grave, ca peut être dangereux, ca peut mettre votre vie en danger, ce n'est donc jamais une décision a prendre a la legere.

 

MAINTENANT.

 

Les opérations restrictives, comme la chirurgie du sleeve gastrique rendent l'estomac plus petit et aident les gens à perdre du poids. Avec un estomac plus petit, vous vous sentirez rassasiées beaucoup plus rapidement. Cela signifie que vous aurez besoin de faire de grands changements à vie dans la façon dont vous mangez, y compris des portions plus petites et des aliments différents dans le but de perdre du poids. Voici les 3 principales options de chirurgie restrictives que vous avez.