Gut Bacteria Changes with Weight-Loss Surgery
Weight loss surgery is medically referred to as Bariatric Surgery, which is an invasive procedure used on patients who normally are obese or want to get rid of excess body fat. Recent studies conducted in Sweden suggest that gut bacteria found after bariatric surgery encourages further natural weight loss potential. According to the study, patients were able to not only get rid of the fat physically with external equipment but also may possibly have “good” bacteria fighting away any fat trying to return back.
Shutdown, Slim Down: Weight, Sleep and Stress
Answer this question: when was the last time you got a good night’s sleep? Not sure? Would you be surprised to know that many Americans exist in a state of chronic sleep deprivation?