Fighting Against Obesity

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Obesity is one of the most common medical problems existing up to date, wherein a person has an excessive amount of body fat, presenting a threat to one’s overall health. It is a complex disease that is known to be influenced by genetics, existing eating habits & lifestyle, as well as the environment you’re currently exposed to.

Sometimes, they are inevitable, especially if they are tied to genetic causes, but luckily, there are also ways on how to combat and prevent this from occurring. Read on below and find out how you can take precautionary measures against obesity.

Proper nutrition is important

One of the best things to experience in life is having the liberty to taste any food, especially if you are fond of some delightful gastronomic adventures. After all, who doesn’t love some good food, right? However, it’s still important to be mindful of what we eat while giving our taste buds some treats.

Getting the right nutrition from foods is a must in order to attain a healthy balanced diet. This involves eating meals regularly, at least three times a day. As cliche as this may sound, fruits and vegetables are included on the list without a doubt as these are loaded with tons of vitamins and nutrients that are sure to benefit the body. Balance it with food that is high in fiber, grains, and wheat, and lessen the sugary and fatty food and drinks intake. Having this kind of consistent, regular dietary plan will ensure that you keep your overall health and weight intact.

Steer clear from sugary drinks

As sweet, delightful, tasty, and satisfying as they may be, sugary drinks are the number one cause of weight gain. Limit your intake as much as you can, and substitute water to quench your thirst instead. Sugary drinks such as soft drinks, powdered juice, and concentrated liquid juice are detrimental if consumption is high, which may eventually lead to obesity. Even energy drinks must also be taken sparingly and only when necessary, because as healthy as they are perceived to be, they also have high sugar content.

Know your patterns and adjust

It requires discipline and consistency when it comes to losing weight. It’s easy to fall back into old habits whenever we feel challenged and discouraged. However, remembering that you’re doing this diet for your health can help set things back in motion. It pays to be mindful of your eating habits and make the necessary adjustments. Pay attention to the kind of food that you always eat and eliminate anything that is unhealthy and that will add unnecessary weight.

Moreover, this also applies to the amount of your food intake. Take only what is enough. Too much of anything, even if it is considered healthy, may still influence unnecessary weight gain. Take wheat for example. Because of its high carbohydrate content, too much intake will add up to your weight. Remember that the goal is to achieve a balanced, healthy diet.

Get treated

If you are already diagnosed with obesity, the best way to combat it is to seek treatment from a professional doctor, regardless of what stage you’re already in. Getting treated by a doctor will give you a more guided approach to your diet and lifestyle changes. Moreover, they may be able to offer alternative procedures, such as Bariatric Surgery, if deemed necessary.

Choose Weight Loss Surgery Center of Los Angeles for the best weight loss treatments

Weight Loss Surgery Center of Los Angeles already has an established reputation when it comes to being the expert on weight loss treatments and wellness. Obesity is one of the most prevalent medical problems that target children and adults alike. We believe this can be effectively treated.

Here at Weight Loss Surgery Center, you can put your trust in Dr. David Davytan; he is the resident weight loss expert in town! With over three decades of medical experience, accompanied by his continuous learnings up to this date, he and his team offer some of the best weight loss treatments, ranging from LapBand Surgery to Bariatric Surgery.

For any questions, you may have, feel free to head to our website and drop us a message. Moreover, we are offering a complimentary consultation. Just fill out the form and we’ll be happy to book you a schedule!

Posted on behalf of Dr. David G. Davtyan MD, FACS, FICS

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