Led by author and medical doctor John Morton, the study found a positive link between bariatric surgery and a decreased sensitivity to taste. It’s similar to the way you might think about food when you have the flu. The very thought of eating doesn’t sound pleasant at all.
Bariatric surgery affects hormones that cause people to lose their appetite. This can sound like a good thing since a lack of appetite means less eating and more weight loss. The foods that you once craved and couldn’t get enough of even when you knew they were unhealthy simply don’t taste as good as they did before surgery.
If you are planning to have the gastric sleeve procedure or have recently had the gastric sleeve procedure, then check out this article for a quick overview of recovery. This article will give you an overview of the recovery process and give you some tips on what to do in the first couple of months […]
Gastric bypass surgery is a bariatric weight loss surgery performed for patients who are severely overweight, or who have been unsuccessful in losing weight through traditional methods such as exercise and diet. Also referred to as the Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery, it is usually performed on patients with a high body mass index (BMI over […]
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