There are a LOT of ways to lose weight. But lately, there’s one quick and supposedly easy plan that’s getting most of the attention.
You probably can already guess what it is. Weight-loss surgery is so popular these days that nearly everyone knows someone who’s had it.
But if you’re looking to drop a few pounds yourself, I’ve got a warning for you. Don’t follow the in-crowd on this one.
There’s a NEW RISK just uncovered by the latest research. And it could be one of the WORST yet.
This one doesn’t strike where you’d expect. So until now, it’s been overlooked by doctors and scientists alike.
If it happens, even most patients assume it was caused by something else.
But now, at last, we know the truth. And it’s worse than anyone guessed.
The HIDDEN mental toll of weight-loss surgery
Of course, we already have PLENTY of reasons to avoid this operation.
There’s always the risk of something happening during or right after the procedure itself. And that includes the risk of severe complications and dangerous infections.
Many things can go wrong after weight-loss surgery too. For example, some folks can’t digest food properly anymore and suffer from debilitating nutritional deficiencies.
And now that the operation has been around a while, many folks are stumbling upon another ugly truth. The weight can come back.
But forget all that for a moment, if you can.
Because even if everything goes RIGHT… even if you have a successful operation and lose the weight with no lingering problems… something else could go WRONG in another part of the body.
According to researchers, this operation can literally mess with your head.
The study finds folks who’ve had weight-loss surgery have a much higher risk of serious mental health problems in the years that follow.
That includes THREE TIMES the risk of a visit to the ER or hospitalization due to a mental health problem. As well as FIVE TIMES the risk of self-harm.
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Incredibly, 10 percent of all deaths after weight-loss surgery are from suicide.
The study finds the operation can worsen any existing mental health problem. And that’s terrible news for the tens of millions of Americans who’ve battled or are battling depression.
But this is bad news for EVERYONE because… let’s face it… we’re not always great at recognizing our own problems with mood, including anxiety and depression. Just because you’ve never been diagnosed or treated doesn’t mean you’ve never had it.
And that means literally anyone could be at risk.
But I’ve got ANOTHER reason to avoid weight-loss surgery. It’s NOT the magic weight-loss formula it’s being sold as.
It’s not a quick snip and then instant weight loss.
You have to learn to adjust to life with a newer, smaller, less capable stomach. And you have to dramatically change how you eat or suffer the consequences, including nausea, severe cramping, sweating, vomiting, diarrhea, and pain.
As long as you’re ready to commit to such a significant change, why not try something LESS dramatic than weight-loss surgery? And something far EASIER to follow?
Here it is, in a nutshell: Avoid processed foods. All of them. Get back to natural foods and eat a little less overall.
And watch the carbohydrates… cutting all junk carbs out and minimizing the rest. The pounds will melt off, and you’ll be in better shape than ever – no weight-loss surgery, and no risks.
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