Weight Loss Management
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While some people assume – or hope – that regular exercise will offset the negative effects of unhealthy eating, that’s not the case.
Consistent diet and exercise habits are an important component of healthy living and weight management after bariatric surgery.
Intermittent fasting is rapidly gaining popularity among those looking to lose weight and improve their health. But is it safe and does it really work?
Both men and women tend to gain weight as they age. For women, hormonal changes are often at play.
The type 2 diabetes and weight loss drugs Ozempic and Wegovy have been rising in popularity due to their impressive weight loss results.
Diet and exercise don’t work for everyone. But how do you know which route to follow on your weight loss journey? A detailed conversation with a bariatric expert will help you decide where to start.
Steroids are used to treat a range of conditions, but up to 70 percent of people who take them long term will experience weight gain.
After suffering a heart attack, Greg Pott was determined to make positive changes in his life. So he turned to the experts at the UH Bariatric Surgery Program to help him on his weight loss journey.