Are you just sick and tired of being overweight and had enough of feeling this way??
Would You Like To Lose Weight Without All The Crash Dieting or Crazy Fad Weight Loss Techniques Coming Out All The Time?
There is a way to get past all the hype.
You absolutely can lose weight without doing any more of the “weekend diets”, fasting, starvation diets, etc.
It’s through a new surgical technology that can be done in an afternoon called the Lap band.
You’re probably aware of this product or you probably wouldn’t be reading this right now.
You may even be ready to give Lap band weight loss a serious look right now and are just investigating.
The Lap band Surgery eBook will give you everything that you need to make an informed decision.
We’ll go over the history of weight loss so you can see why fads don’t work.
You’ll also learn how to find a reputable surgeon that you can trust to perform your procedure.
You’ll learn about the healing’s times and how much weight you can expect to lose and how fast.
Table of Contents
1 History of surgical weight loss procedures.
Bariatric Surgery From The 1950s.
Gastric Restrictive Procedures – Stomach Stapling.
Malabsorptive Procedures – Gastric Bypass And Beyond.
Combination Procedures. 8
Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Banding – The New Generation of Weight Loss Options.
2 Lap Band pre-surgery. 11
Possible reasons Why you can’t lose weight.
Obesity And Health..
Cost Of Lap Band Surgery.
Good Candidates For Lap Band Surgery.
When Lap Band Isn’t An Option.
Questions You Should Ask Your Doctor or Weight Loss Counselor
3 CHOOSING professionals You Can trust. 18
What To Look For In a Lap Band Clinic.
What To Consider When Selecting A Surgeon..
Insurance Coverage And Lap Band Surgery.
Groups and Meetings Pre-Surgery.
4 The Procedure. 22
The Day Of The Procedure – What To Expect
The Lap Band Procedure.
Possible Complications And Risks.
Adjustments To The Lapband.
5 Your new digestive system.. 26
Post Surgery Care.
Ongoing Diet And Nutrition..
- Avoid All Carbonated Beverages – Forever. 28
- Chew Food Slowly and Methodically. 28
- Eat Three Small Meals and Day and Don’t Skip Meals. 28
- Eat Slowly. 29
- Do Not Drink Before Or During Meals. 29
- Avoid High Fiber Foods. 29
- Eat Enough Protein. 29
- Avoid The Following Foods. 29
- Eat High Quality Foods. 30
- 10. Avoid An Eating Rut. 30
Reasonable Expectations For Weight Loss Goals. 30
Achieving Your Goals.
Reversing The Process.
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HISTORY OF SURGICAL WEIGHT LOSS PROCEDURES
There are a great many reasons why both men and women, either as adults, teenagers and even senior citizens struggle with weight loss and weight maintenance. While many people simply eat incorrectly and don’t exercise enough, there are other individuals that, through no fault or lack of desire on their own part, are simply not able to lose the weight needed to maintain health. For most of these individuals that are struggling to lose 50, 70, 80 or even more than 100 pounds the prospect of simply changing eating habits and increasing exercise levels is just not enough to help them in their weight loss goals.
With modern surgical procedures, now effectively tested and researched, weight loss for those considered morbidly obese is no longer just a dream or a wish; it is a reality. Morbidly obese individuals are those that weigh more than 100 pounds over healthy body weight for their age, height and size and have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of more than 40 or more than 35 if coupled with another concurrent health condition.
In addition, even those that are not morbidly obese but are overweight by more than 40 pounds and/or have a concurrent medical condition can now elect to have lap band surgery. Although this surgery is not often covered by insurance, recent advances have made it much more reasonable even for private pay.
To understand the different types of weight loss surgery and how they differ it is important to look back into the not too distant beginnings of the procedure. Each individual surgery type has its own advantages and potential risks and prospective patients should know as much as possible about each weight loss option.
BARIATRIC SURGERY FROM THE 1950S
The first bariatric procedure to provide support in weight loss through surgical means was performed in the year 1954. This groundbreaking procedure, known as an intestinal bypass, was performed by Dr. A.J. Kremen. This surgery, which cut out the middle part of the intestine and attached the upper intestine directly to the lower intestine, was designed to limit the absorption of calories from the intestine into the body. The patient’s body simply was no longer able to absorb the calories, fats and carbohydrates since the greater part of the intestine was no longer present and working. There were other surgeons in different parts of the world, most notably in Sweden, that also attempted this intestinal modification type of surgery during this time period.
While the results with regards to weight loss were positive, the side effects of these intestinal modifications were very significant and were almost as unhealthy to the patients as the obesity would have been. Chronic diarrhea, electrolyte imbalances, nausea and dehydration were noted within these patients, which quickly led to the discontinuation of this type of procedure.
In the early 1960’s a new trend and method in surgical weight loss began to become more commonly used. Most of these procedures are still in use today, although they have been advanced and modified as research and medical science has improved.
GASTRIC RESTRICTIVE PROCEDURES – STOMACH STAPLING
It seemed that in the 1970s and even into the 1980s stomach stapling, more correctly known as Vertical Banded Gastroplasty (VBG), was the method of choice in weight loss surgery. Basically, this surgical procedure includes the doctor stapling the lower part of the stomach closed, creating a much smaller stomach area up near the top. This smaller pouch fills up faster, giving patients a feeling of satisfaction and fullness after eating. Whole stomach is not completely shut off, rather a small band is placed into a two-inch opening left between the now upper and lower compartments to allow the food to continue to pass through the digestive system in a normal fashion.
This natural food movement means that calories, carbs, fats, nutrients and other necessary elements from the food are all digested as normal, just at a much smaller and slower rate. With this process all the negative digestive system problems associated with the early bariatric procedures were almost fully eliminated in the great majority of the patients.
As with any type of surgery there are positives and risks associated with this procedure. The following are the positives or pros of stomach stapling or gastric restrictive procedures:
• In studies of up to 10 years post surgery, patients were able to keep off at least half of their weight consistently
• Normal digestion means that there is less likelihood of nutritional deficiencies and health issues associated with the procedure
• Relatively moderate recovery time
Not all patients will experience all the risks or cons to this procedure, however the follow issues have been noted in some patients:
• Staples can pull or tear, resulting in food leakage, weight gain, potential infections and digestive disorders
• Not chewing food properly can results in blockages at the banded bottom opening that can require surgical procedures to correct the problem
• Patients may simply change eating habits to many, high calorie meals per day, resulting in no weight loss or even weight gain
• The smaller upper pouch created through the stapling will stretch over time, resulting in the patient needing to consume more food to fill full
• Approximately one third of patients lose less than half of the body weight they originally intended to lose despite having the surgery
MALABSORPTIVE PROCEDURES – GASTRIC BYPASS AND BEYOND
The medical term for changing the ability of the digestive system to absorb food is Biliopancreatic Diversion or BPD. There are several types of this procedure but basically, they all are geared to decreasing the size of the stomach plus altering how the intestinal system functions to absorb nutrients below the stomach. Each process attempts to move the digestion of the food lower down to the middle or lower end of the intestines so there is less option for absorption of carbs, fats and calories by the system. Since digestion only occurs in the presence of bile and pancreatic enzymes, changing where these components are introduced to the food in the system can limit the body’s ability to absorb the fat causing substances.
In simple biliopancreatic diversion about three quarters of the stomach is removed, leaving only a small pouch. From this pouch all the food goes through a part of the small intestine that has been created by the surgeon. This part of the intestine does not have any connection to the pancreatic and bile system so no absorption of any food occurs. The surgeon then attaches the biliopancreatic tubes to the lower part of the intestine called the “common intestine” which limits the area that digestion and absorption can occur.
In an Extended (Distal) Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass (RYGBP-E) the stomach is not removed, just stapled to about ¾ of its normal size. A part of the small intestine is then used to divert all the digestive juices to the mid to lower part of the intestine where digestion occurs. The surgeon can limit or expand the area of absorption by where he or she ties in the digestive tube to the main intestine.
The final option is a biliopancreatic diversion with a duodenal switch, which basically removes the outer areas of the stomach, leaving a long, narrow pouch. The upper intestine, the duodenum, is then divided to divert the digestive juices and prevent digestion until further down the intestines as described in the above procedures.
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