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Things You Need To Know About Weight Loss

Things You Need To Know About Weight Loss

There are several misconceptions concerning weight loss that folks experience when it comes to your health and wellness. One of these strange misconceptions is that if you consume water at evening, you will certainly add weight or if you scrape your head several times you will certainly shed your hair…

First misconception about weight loss

The more weight you will certainly shed depends on how extreme your workout program is.

Honest truth about Weight Loss:

Along with extreme exercise program, there are some factors that you ought to take into consideration. The very first is that each one of us is on a different path when it comes to our physical capacity and strength. For a person who has actually been out of the gym for lots of years, after a little workout he begins to sweat like he has been pulling weights, whereas if someone who is fit enough does the same workout he may not sweat at all. This goes to nullify the saying that the more weight you will certainly shed depends on how extreme your workout program is.

Second misconception about weight loss

You could burn fat while consuming whatever you really want.

Weight reduction Reality:

This is one of the most typical weight loss misconceptions. It is not logical to believe that you stabilize your health and wellness as well as your weight, if your diet regimen is composed mostly of biscuits, potato chips, and donuts.
After eating all these are you certain you can burn it through a workout.
Many people whose diet plans are composed of mostly scrap meals are possibly not disciplined sufficient to stick to an exercise program.
You could consume convenience food, biscuits, chips, gelato, pizza, hamburgers… All those “heart pleasing meals”, however it must be in small amounts. Too much of anything is never good.

Author Info

Dr Nagi Safa

Dr Nagi Safa is a Metabolic and Bariatric Surgeon (Weight-Loss Surgeon) at the Advanced BMI in Lebanon and at the Sacred Heart Hospital of Montreal, and holds an academic appointment at the University of Montreal. Furthermore, he is involved in the training of residents and surgical fellows on how to perform advanced laparoscopic obesity surgery. In 2010, he launched the Advanced Bariatric and Metabolic Institute (Advanced BMI) in Lebanon, and has been helping hundreds of patients from all over the Middle-East through his expertise in obesity surgery. Education: Dr Safa completed his residency training at the University of Montreal General Surgery Program. He then performed a fellowship in Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, and Minimal Invasive Surgery (Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery), at the Sacred Heart Hospital of Montreal, which is the largest Weight Loss Surgery center in the Montreal area, and one of the busiest in Canada. Experience: During his training, and throughout his practice, Dr Safa performed more than one thousand laparoscopic procedures, including Roux en Y gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, gastric banding, gastric plication and many other abdominal surgery procedures. He has a particular interest in LaparoscopicRevisional Surgery including banding, bypass and sleeve. With a keen interest in the advancement of obesity surgery and newer minimally invasive surgical techniques, Dr Safa gained experience in the single incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS), and offers Single Incision gastric banding and Sleeve Gastrectomy Surgery. Research: His current research interests include clinical outcomes from various bariatric surgery procedures and investigations on the impact of bariatric surgery on Type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome X. Memberships: Dr Safa holds professional memberships with the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, Canadian Association of Bariatric Physicians and Surgeons, Canadian Association of General Surgeons, Canadian Medical Association, Canadian Association for Surgical Oncology, Quebec Medical Association, Trauma Association of Canada, Association Quebecoise de Chirurgie, International College of Surgeon, and the College des Medecins du Quebec.