Gastric Bypass Surgery
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There are two major types of Gastric Bypass Surgery:

  1. Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RGB): A small stomach pouch is created by stapling part of the stomach together or by vertical banding to limit how much food you can eat. Then a Y-shaped section of the small intestine is attached to the pouch to allow food to bypass the duodenum as well as the first portion of the jejunum. This causes reduced calorie and nutrient absorption. This operation is the most common gastric bypass procedure performed that can be done via laparoscope in some people.
  2. Extensive gastric bypass (biliopancreatic diversion): A more complicated gastric bypass operation wherein the lower portion of the stomach is removed. The small pouch of the stomach that remains is connected directly to the final segment of the small intestine. This procedure unfortunately bypasses both the duodenum and jejunum completely resulting in nutritional deficiencies.

Gastric Bypass Surgery Should Be Banned!

While this statement will be unpopular with surgeons who perform nearly 160,000 of these surgeries in the US alone, QuantumMAN™ feels it is his obligation to let the world know that a far superior risk-free remedy is now available that actually corrects the principle underlying causes of obesity rather than symptomatically treating the condition. Gastric bypass surgery not only ignores the underlying medical causes of obesity, it actually worsens these causes in addition to creating a whole new set of medical problems that can kill you. In fact it is estimated that 1 in 50 people having gastric bypass surgery die within 1 month of having the surgery due to complications. Others suffer a wide variety of newly acquired medical issues that slowly destroy your health.

Dangers of Gastric Bypass Surgery:

  • respiratory problems
  • leaking of the intestine or stomach contents
  • pouch stretching where stomach enlarges to its original size
  • band erosion where the band closing off part of the stomach disintregrates
  • infection
  • blood clots
  • bowel obstruction
  • severe hypoglycemia
  • dumping syndrome
  • abnormal hormone secretion patterns
  • hernia at the incision
  • ulcerations
  • constipation
  • diarrhea
  • vomiting
  • gallstones if GB not removed
  • pain
  • malnutrition
  • malabsorption syndrome
  • dysbiosis

Gastric bypass surgery is truly a house of horrors wherein the problems may arise years later. Remember that the underlying causes are not addressed by this surgery… a life altering surgery which should be avoided at all costs. For a far better risk-free solution to obesity, click here.

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