Nutrition B Slides 02.20

After gastric bypass surgery gastric gastric bypass

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Unformatted text preview: • Reserved for patients in whom medical Reserved therapy has failed • Gastric restriction or gastric bypass Integrated program must be in place before and after surgery. after Gastric Bypass Surgery Gastric Gastric bypass surgery is the most Gastric effective method for weight loss and maintenance maintenance – Results in loss of 50-60% excess weight – Resolution of weight-related health problems Stomach pouch holds only 2 tablespoons Stomach of food – eating more causes vomiting of Lap Band Surgery Lap A constricting band reduces the amount of constricting food the stomach can hold food Results in loss of about 48% of excess Results weight weight Concerns With Bariatric Surgery Concerns High rates of complications – 22% post-surgery, 40% in first 6 months – Chance of death 0.5 to 1.1% High cost ($30,000 or more) – $60,000 with complications Nutrient deficiencies and emotional issues Vanderbilt Center for Surgical Weight Loss Weight / Weight Loss: Making It Last Weight Weight loss is successful only if it is safe, Weight healthful, and prevents weight gain healthful, Successful losers who maintain their Successful weight loss focus on lifestyles of healthy eating and exercise rather than “dieting” “dieting” National Weight Control Registry National “Successful Losers” Maintain at least a 50 pound weight loss Maintain over 5 years… over Common behavioral strat...
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