Gastric Bypass is basically weight loss surgery and though it is much more commonplace in today’s world than in the past, it’s still a serious surgery and a serious matter when deciding whether you’re a candidate for the surgery. So just like any surgery, it is not going to be right for everyone. In this article, we’ll Continue Reading
We’ll explore and unfold the inner workings of weight loss surgery, help you to visualize potential life-changing successes and also help you to avoid pitfalls that can drive you off track.
Pharmaceutical companies, doctors, and research scientist have been seeking to fight obesity for decades. And ironically they’ve apparently lost just about as many battles as the people who have been trying to battle their weight. For almost a hundred years, scientists have labored to create a diet drug to aid in losing weight and do Continue Reading
Pete Maughan began his career in health and wellness in 2004 as Weight Loss Wars was launched as an exciting tool for creating and participating in weight loss challenges.
His dedication to helping his patients have the best experience and results drives him to offer the best weight loss solutions both in and out of the operating room.
In his early years, Dr Maughan…
Being supportive and encouraging a partner, friend, or other family member to lose weight could actually be your most loving gift to them this Christmas. Still, a recent poll found that while most of us tend to worry about a loved one’s state of health–and specifically the weight around their waistline, most of us shy from bringing the matter up with them.
Fat that congregates around the midsection increases risk for type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, hypertension and a plethora of other serious health conditions.
This kind of fat located around the midsection (termed “visceral fat”) has been shown to be more active metabolically than other types of fat that are located around the body under skin. Visceral fat can spark bodily reactions that disrupt metabolic activity and seriously hinders processes in the body.
According to a Washington Post article, Pete Maughan, CEO of Weight Loss Wars, told media:
“Previously this year, a Canadian group called ICCR (International Chair of Cardiometabolic Risk, an organization at Université Laval in Quebec) concluded that 41% of British citizens don’t comprehend that congregating this type of fat around the midsection is significantly worse for health than fats stored in other parts of the body.”