Diabetes and Obesity

Impact Of Obesity On Bones And How Weight Loss Surgery Can Help

Obesity is becoming an epidemic and a lot of people are now concerned about it. Not only it’s not a healthy way of living your life but also if you are not in shape every single part of your body starts getting affected. Whether it’s the belly, hip and thighs or your muscles and tissues. ILS Bariatric Care, a renowned hospital for weight loss surgery, in Kolkata says that fat is a necessity for your whole system. But, too much fat can become a trouble and that too very quickly and it can affect your bones too. The interlinking relation between bone mass and fat mass is quite complex. On one hand, body mass does act as a protective layer for the bones and has a positive effect on bone formation. But on the other hand, it works only to some point. When a person starts to gain weight, it also affects their bone structure. Especially abdominal fat, which is

4 Common Misconceptions People Have About Bariatric Surgery

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

Diabetes And Obesity – Learn How To Prevent Them

In every two households in India, one would be found to have a diabetic patient. This is the truth, that diabetes is one of the most serious health hazards in the world. However, there are a lot of people who are still unaware of the fact that they can be diagnosed with diabetes. An early diagnosis can help to control the blood sugar level for many people. However, you might ask whether there is any specific symptom of diabetes apart from all the common signs. On this World Diabetes Day, let’s get to know why being overweight can be a predictor for diabetes type 2. It has been seen that over 90% of people suffering from diabetes are having obesity. But why does it happen? Most importantly, how can obesity be related to type 2 diabetes? Patients who are obese or have the tendency of gaining more weight, are most affected with this disease. Their overweight adds more pressure on

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