After surgery, the body stops fighting the efforts to lose weight. In fact, the body starts to send messages that reduce appetite, increase feelings of fullness, and cause the person to choose healthier foods. Surgery also boosts metabolism so you burn more fat instead of storing it. All this leads to weight loss.1
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