LOS ANGELES, May 18, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- A May 13 article on Daily Mail discusses
The clinic says that with a variety of weight loss options available to severely obese individuals, it is important to discuss the best route to take with an experienced medical professional. As one of the most popular weight loss procedures, sleeve gastrectomy has helped countless individuals change their lives for the better. The minimally invasive procedure removes about 75 to 85 percent of the patient's stomach in order to decrease feelings of hunger that make weight loss next to impossible for most individuals. Beverly Hills Physicians goes on to note that, while the procedure helps patients take control of their appetite, more changes need to be made by the patient to see dramatic and permanent results. The clinic goes on to note that, along with surgery, patients require medical support after undergoing the procedure to track their progress and make the transition into a healthier lifestyle much more feasible. The clinic adds that its roster includes registered dieticians and counseling as well as leading weight loss specialists.
Beverly Hills Physicians goes on to note that bariatric surgery can indeed be a life changing procedure for severely obese individuals who are serious about weight loss. With the help of highly experienced medical professionals, men and women really can enjoy healthier and happier lives.
Interested readers who would like to learn more about bariatric surgery and take the first steps towards weight loss can contact Beverly Hills Physicians by calling (800) 788-1416 or visit the clinic's website at https://www.beverlyhillsphysicians.com.
SOURCE Beverly Hills Physicians
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