For anyone that contacts me who is interested in the plan I always suggest arranging a phone call to discuss it in further detail. It is important for you to find out a bit more about it from me and it is also important for me to find out a bit more about you. This helps me judge whether it is right for you and your lifestyle. I just don’t see the point in persuading someone to do it if it isn’t a good fit. I also suggest that we meet face to face to show you a copy of the plan so that you are 100% clear on how it works before you commit.
Bariatric weight loss surgeries, such as gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy or laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding (LAGB), force patients to drastically reduce the amount of food they consume by surgically creating a small stomach pouch. Most gastric procedures reduce the stomach's holding capacity from about two quarts to two ounces. When eating, this pouch fills quickly. Because patients feel satisfied and full sooner, they eat less.
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You will not necessarily burn more fat using a ‘fat burn’ program on the treadmill which keeps you in an intensity of 50 – 60% of your max heart rate. There is evidence to show that exercising at a light to moderate range burns more fat than strenuous exercise as the body has greater access to use fat as a fuel during these lower intensities. As you can see in the table below, a percentage of fat is used during all intensities of exercise, but at different rates. Because the rate of fat use is slow during light to moderate exercise, it is important to increase the duration of your exercise session – minimum of 30 minutes progressing to 60 minutes.
Our free monthly support groups provide opportunities before and after surgery to learn and ask questions of our dietitian, psychologist and bariatric nurse, as well as patients who share their personal stories about the challenges and successes of weight loss surgery. Support groups are open to anyone who has had or is planning to have weight loss surgery.
Our diet clinics are staffed with obesity specialists that will help you lose those extra pounds safely and effectively. If you’ve tried to lose weight in the past then drop in to our slimming clinics London Bridge, Southwark for a helping hand getting back on track and start reaching those slimming goals straight away. With diet, nutrition and weight management advice we are certain you will not be disappointed when you visit our weight loss clinic London Bridge – Southwark!
If you think this programme could be right for you and you’re considering making an investment in ending your weight loss struggle once and for all – then we’d love to talk with you. We invite you to call us on 0333 200 2612, or click this link, and schedule a free no obligation ‘slim and fit for life’ exploratory call with one of our weight loss coaches to discuss the suitability of this programme for your needs. What have you got to lose – other than a few pounds?
You’ve most likely already tried just about every diet out there, and some! You’ve likely joined a gym (or several over the years), maybe had a personal trainer, tried a bunch of slimming clubs, meal replacement programmes, and maybe some other weird and wonderful ways to lose weight, but it’s battle you’re still fighting and probably feel like you’re never going to win… Despair not, we can help!
The most important factors for change in reducing and ultimately managing your obesity are your diet, exercise and permanent behaviour modification. All these combined will greatly assist in the reduction of your weight. Prescription medication provided by a dedicated weight loss doctor is a widely used treatment for obesity reduction and management.