The whole world is experiencing something that no one has experienced before. While different parts of the world are dealing with coronavirus in their own ways, in India, we are experiencing a lockdown in the whole nation. One of the most important things doctors are saying is that to fight or prevent Covid-19 we all need strong immunity. Your immunity should be the strongest right now, even if you are sitting at home. We, at ILS Bariatric Care, a renowned bariatric surgery hospital in India, are going to offer some suggestions on what kind of foods you should eat to boost your immunity without increasing your weight. Vitamin C The first thing that should be in your list to boost your immunity is Vitamin C. It will increase the level of antibodies in your body that helps to fight bacteria, virus, or any other foreign cells. It will also help to differentiate the white blood cells which will provide you
21st century has brought a lot of challenges, but one of the most concerning one among them is childhood obesity. Our next generation is supposed to make the world progress. But a generation of children with a lot of mental and physical health problems face a lot of struggles to succeed. A lot of bariatric surgeons in India have the most common view that children suffering from obesity are suffering both physically and psychologically. Over 42 million children of the world of below the age of 5 are either overweight or obese. Out of these children, most of them are affected physically and mentally. You need to be aware of these complications and take actions accordingly if your child is obese as well. Physical Health Complications An obese child is first affected physically. Some of these problems are sleep apnea, asthma, increase of fat in the liver, heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, kidney diseases, acid reflux disease, arthritis,
You must be quite familiar with the term Bariatric surgery. Many people are now choosing this way to lose weight. But still, there are a lot of misconceptions regarding bariatric surgery in people’s mind. Today we are going to clarify some of those misconceptions. Misconception -1 It doesn’t matter which type of surgery you have. It definitely matters which type of Bariatric surgery you have. Gastric bypass surgery- Someone with diabetes would likely need this surgery which reduces the size of the stomach and bypass some of the small intestines. Sleeve gastrectomy- For patients with BMIs up to 50, this surgery removes all but a banana-sized portion of the stomach. Gastric banding – This is needed on less numbers of patients, who manages to maintain a diet and proper lifestyle but even then suffering from obesity. In this surgery, a band restricts the amount of food your stomach will be able to contain. Misconception -2 Surgery is a ‘cop-out’. Willpower
Obesity has become a very common condition for many people. It occurs when a person carries a lot of excess weight or body fat. This body fat can lead to other conditions and diseases. In this fast paced life everyone wants a quick solution for everything. Bariatric surgery is an efficient and proven solution for obesity that can solves your problem primarily. It is a surgical procedure that helps reduce the excess body fat from someone’s body. Bariatric surgery might become an important occurrence in a patient’s weight-loss journey for a new beginning. Most bariatric surgeries are laparoscopic or keyhole surgery, which means the surgeon make small incisions instead of large cut which is less painful and helps in faster recovery. Most people after the surgery need to stay in the hospital for 2 to 3 days and are allowed to get back to normal activities within 3 to 5 weeks. The success rate of bariatric surgery is very high.
The number of people seeking weight-loss surgeries is rising these days. People who are morbidly obese are no longer going for unfruitful means like dieting and exercise for a long time and instead are relying on obesity treatment approach. Moreover, people who are classified as overweight or obese are also relying on weight loss surgery to get rid of the other obesity-associated conditions. Heart attack and stroke are two of the most severe associated risks of obesity. Let’s understand how extra bodyweight uplifts the risks of these medical emergencies and how weight loss surgery can reduce the same. How Obesity can Leads To Heart Attack And Stroke Obesity leads to excess fat deposition in the body and as a result, it brings other complications such as high blood sugar level, high blood pressure, and high blood cholesterol, etc. High cholesterol leads to plaque build-up in the blood vessels. This plaque builds up, block the blood flow through the vessels and
There are several advanced treatments around us, regarding which people are very little aware of. The benefits of obesity surgery is one of them. Many people who are in desperate need of it, either don’t even know about it or don’t consider it for themselves, due to lack of awareness. Today, we are going to list out how weight loss surgery helps people to transform their lives, by taking reference from the testimonials of the patients undergone obesity surgery at ILS Hospitals Bariatric Care Unit. 1. It Helps Resolve Many Obesity-Associated Illnesses Fat loss surgery has been known to help treat many health conditions that are closely associated with extra body weight. These include high blood pressure, back pain, diabetes, sleep apnea, joint pain and many more. For Dr. Tulika Ghosh, who underwent weight-loss surgery, her conditions were improved, along with loosing more than 32 kgs. In fact, many overweight individuals who are not even obese as per BMI range,
Food is the best medicine and we all can agree to that as long as we are having healthy fruits and vegetable as our food. Indeed, having the right food at the right time is what we all need to avoid many diseases and have a sound body and mind. Avoiding a certain type of food is also crucial to maintain good health. For instance, avoiding much sugary food items will help you control diabetes and avoiding fatty food will help to cut off excess calories. In fact, dieting is quite a common approach to cut extra calories and attain weight loss. But as per many obesity doctors, it does not work for overweight or obese people and in fact, can bring, unwanted complications instead. Let’s understand how. Food is like a fuel that gives us the energy to carry out our everyday work. Our food ideally should consist of ideal proportions of carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and even fat.
In India alone, one in every 5 individual is either overweight or obese. Thankfully, modern medical marvel such as bariatric surgery is extremely helpful to fight obesity. At ILS Hospitals Bariatric Care Unit, we are all dedicated to improvising numerous lives all around the year. Even though many people are becoming more and more aware of this medical condition and obesity treatment options, not everyone understands how it helps people to stay healthy even after the surgery. So, today, some of our leading bariatric surgeons answer the same for you. Bariatric surgery or more commonly known as weight loss surgery is an invasive technique to make either temporary or permanent changes in the digestive tract of obese individuals. It is a safe and effective technique to overcome obesity. Bariatric surgery works positively, in 2 ways- psychologically and physically. How It Helps Psychologically? Obesity surgery is a major operation that gives the individual insights into their life. As per many bariatric
Obesity has many associated complications and joint pain is one of them. Though lots of people, particularly the ones aging above 50-60 years often complain about having joint pain, it onsets much earlier for obese individuals. Let’s find out how obesity causes joint pain along with its treatment, in the form of obesity surgery. How Obesity can Lead to Joint Pain? The human body is a complex structure in which the skeletal system is designed in such a manner that it can hold the body weight properly and maintain proper position. Under normal condition, the skeletal system does not get burden with bodyweight, unless it is due to some medical condition, accidental injury or the natural degradation of bones due to aging. But things change when you are including obesity into the picture. Obesity is a medical condition, in which an individual accumulates excessive body weight. This extra body weight exerts additional pressure on the bone structure. It is most