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What’s off limits after gastric sleeve surgery?

What’s off limits after gastric sleeve surgery?

Life after a gastric sleeve procedure is a whole new world. Pretty much everything changes—mostly for the better. But because your new stomach only holds three to four ounces, you also have to relearn what you can and can’t do when it comes to food.

 

The first month or so post-surgery is the most ...

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The #AskDrA Show: The First 10 Episodes

The #AskDrA Show: The First 10 Episodes

Last week we launched the 10th episode of the #AskDrA show and I am truly humbled by all the fantastic responses from all the wonderful fans. It's such an honor to be able to do this show. As I shoot footage for new episodes I wanted to recap the last ten shows and share ...

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Educating Lives...One Question At A Time!

Educating Lives...One Question At A Time!

The other day I made a huge announcement, maybe you saw it, maybe you didn't. What I shared was just one more way for me and my team to educate, entertain and engage you, your friends and anyone that might be interested in learning first hand (from a doctor) those deep down questions you've always ...

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Exercise may help keep seniors moving longer despite old age brain decline

Exercise may help keep seniors moving longer despite old age brain decline

Older people who are physically active may be protecting themselves from the effects of small areas of brain damage that can affect their movement abilities, according to a new study published in the March 11, 2015, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. Many older people have small areas ...

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Healthy obesity"" turns unhealthy

Healthy obesity"" turns unhealthy

In recent years, some research has suggested that it's possible to be both obese and healthy. But now a study by scientists at University College, London debunks that notion, concluding that obesity almost always becomes unhealthy. Researchers observed 2,500 medically obese people over the span of 20 years with 66 of these people classified ...

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Why We are different?

Why We are different?

Hello, I'm doctor Alvarez with Endobariatric.com. Today I want to take the time to explain and let you know what makes us different from other medical center out there regarding the Gastric Sleeve procedure in particular. First of all, that is what we do. THE GASTRIC SLEEVE. That is what we focus on ONLY. Unlike ...

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Newsweek Article - Leaders in Health Care

Newsweek Article - Leaders in Health Care

LEADER IN HEALTHCARE Dr. Guillermo Alvarez is a highly skilled weight loss surgeon that has trainer in Mexico, the United States and France. He is strategically located in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico, just 1 kilometer away from the border with the US. He specialized in numerous forms of laparoscopic bariatric surgery but has a specific ...

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Why is the cost so much lower in Mexico than the US?

Why is the cost so much lower in Mexico than the US?

Regarding a question on my obesitychat show. There are a lot of people in the US that have a skewed view of having surgery in Mexico. They think it is dangerous or less sanitary for some reason. Can you discuss the standards of care and regulations in Mexico as compared to the states. Why is ...

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August 18, 2014 Obesity Chat Podcast

August 18, 2014 Obesity Chat Podcast

Dr. Alvarez goes live answering questions about weight loss, surgery and other alternatives to resolve obesity. www.endobariatric.com On this episode Dr. Alvarez answers the following questions: I have a Lapband and have developed gastroparesis. Am I a candidate for gastric sleeve with you? Once you've reached your goal in the first year, to ...

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