Am I ready for weight loss surgery? 4 simple questions to ask yourself Weight loss surgery works best when you commit to improving your ways. It needs partnership. How badly do you want to lose weight? Only you know the honest and truthful answer to this question
“I’d like to have surgery but is it really worth it?” What kinds of people generally consider weight loss surgery? For some people, mostly those with fantastic willpower and not so much weight to shift, dieting works very well.
Dispelling the myths surrounding obesity and weight loss Fact vs Fiction We’re inundated with so much information and media hype about weight issues that it’s really hard to differentiate between what’s true and what’s not. Before considering weight loss surgery you might want to chew over our selection of common misconceptions and truths.
People will go through everything and anything just to lose weight the easy way. But is there really an easy way to lose weight? A morbidly obese person (those carrying 30kg or more over their ideal weight) faces more pressure and challenges than one can ever imagine.
Being overweight is a genuine medical condition A study by Monash University in May 2011 found more than 1.7 million Australians were obese – having a body mass index (BMI) over 30. Importantly, we now understand this is not because of a lifestyle choice or a personal weakness.