Weight Loss Surgery: Up To Two Million Could Benefit

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Although it has been growing in popularity, only 8,000 people a year are currently receiving the treatment. Researchers from garcinia cambogia dr oz Imperial College London believe more than 5% of the adult population would qualify for it. However, they acknowledge that if it was carried out in such huge numbers it would have significant financial implications for the NHS. Continue reading the main story Start Quote Despite clear guidelines outlining who can http://finance.yahoo.com/news/garcinia-cambogia-extract-investigation-now-190000760.html undergo such surgery with the NHS, and evidence that these procedures are cost-effective in the long run, less than 1% of those eligible have weight loss surgery each year End Quote Dr Sonia Saxena Lead researcher Guidelines recommend that bariatric surgery be offered to the morbidly obese and those who are not quite morbidly obese but already have other problems, such as heart disease and high blood pressure. Researchers tested how many were actually eligible by looking at the health of nearly 9,500 people, the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine reported.
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Here, 6 portable, protein-packed snacks that fill you up! –Elizabeth Ward, RD, author of MyPlate for Moms, How to Feed Yourself & Your Family Better 2. Be honest about your daily calorie allowance Everyone has a calorie budget, whether you’re trying to maintain your weight or lose a few pounds. I’ve found that people ignore this simple fact.
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