Month: January 2014
‘More than 2m need weight loss op’
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You are not the only one. Most obese and overweight individuals are constantly searching for clear information on the number of calories they should consume to lose and maintain weight within the normal range. Luckily, this is a simple but tricky question that many try to find the answer. It is most likely that you dont know your exact caloric intake for each day.
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Operations for weight loss – also called bariatric surgery – such as the fitting of a gastric band or gastric bypass surgery, is currently available on the NHS to treat those with potentially life-threatening obesity. Some 8,000 people receive the treatment each year, but researchers from Imperial College London say more than 5% of adults would qualify, more than 2.1 million people. Their study, published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, found that despite evidence of the cost-effectiveness of weight loss surgery, surgery rates were estimated to be a third of the NHS’s benchmark rate. The number of people eligible for surgery “far exceeds” the estimated number of people having procedures.
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