Fact: Bariatric surgery only modifies the normal digestion so fewer nutrients are absorbed
In the gastric bypass and mini-gastric bypass type of surgeries, a part of the intestine is bypassed while attaching the stomach to the intestine. This results in less nutrients being absorbed from food. This combined with eating less food, leads to weight loss.
This weight reduction surgery does not destroy the normal digestion, rather modifies it lose weight faster.1
Consult your bariatric surgeon to know more about how weight loss surgery works.
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