New Study Claims Bariatric Surgery Can Rewire Brain According to this new study by the University of Missouri-Kansas City, people who go under the knife for weight loss surgery are less attracted to food after the procedure than those who just elect to diet to lose weight. American scientists looked at the brain scans of […]
Obese Teenagers at Higher Risk for Kidney Damage Or Abnormal Kidney Function According to a new study by the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, one in 5 severely obese teenagers show abnormal kidney function. This study was presented on April 25 at the National Kidney Foundation’s 2014 Spring Clinical Meeting. This is the first study […]
Dr. Louisiana Valenzuela Boasts No Patient Complication Rate in 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) January 3, 2015 – Dr. Louisiana Valenzuela, a metabolic and bariatric surgeon, boasts no complications, deaths or major incidents for her weight loss surgery patients for 2014. Dr. Valenzuela works for Mexico Bariatric Center (MBC), the #1 provider of weight loss surgery in Mexico.
Dr. Louisiana Valenzuela Attends the IFSO Conference Dr. Louisiana Valenzuela, a weight loss surgeon with Mexico Bariatric Center, attends the IFSO in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The IFSO, the International Federation Surgery for Obesity, conference allowed Dr. Valenzuela to expand her knowledge and keep abreast of the latest information on bariatrics and obesity.
Skipping Breakfast Proven Not To Be As Bad For Weight Loss After All It was recently assumed that skipping breakfast could cause you to gain weight or avoid losing weight, but a new study shows this may not actually be the case. It is not to say that you should skip breakfast now, as it […]
Substantial Weight Loss Shown For Obese Patients Three Years After Surgery A recent study published in Journal for American Medical Association showed that during 3-year follow-up visits after weight loss surgery, extreme weight loss was displayed. This especially occurred in patients who were deemed severely obese as a result of their body mass index number. […]
Rise in Cosmetic Surgery in Minorities: 2013 Statistics According to the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, plastic surgery is becoming a growing trend for minorities. These individuals seek to enhance their differences rather than make changes that would shed their ethnicity altogether. Their study shows that both facial cosmetic and reconstructive surgery […]
Study Believes Gut Sleeve May Help Sidestep Weight Loss Surgeries A new study from the University of Cincinnati and Helmholtz Zentrum Munchen in Germany found on rats that when a removable silicone intestinal barrier tube was used the same amount of weight loss occurred. With nearly two-thirds of Americans being overweight or obese, it’s no […]
According to a literature review published in The Obstetrician & Gynecologist women should wait a minimum of a year before trying to conceive following any weight loss surgery. The review looks closely at the advantages and limitations that bariatric surgery has as well as the safety involved.
Study Reports that 30-minute Workout More Effective Then Hour-long Session for Weight Loss The battle of the bulge against obesity is ongoing. However new research from the researchers at the University of Copenhagen could help those battling obesity get healthy quicker.