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weight loss For the Very Fat: These Health Problems Weigh Heavier  

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A few extra pounds won't kill you..but these diseases/conditions highly associated with obesity just might. These are the most common "co-morbid" conditions of being excessively overweight. Many insurance companies won't cover weight loss surgery, classifying it as elective. However patients with one of these so-called co-morbidities can often petition successfully for coverage of the bariatric procedures known to reduce or even resolve these conditions. Want to learn more about weight loss surgery, chat us! http://dld.bz/chat_now, or check out your minimally invasive surgical options for stomach reduction here http://dld.bz/obesity-surgery-options
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Type 2 Diabetes


The risk for type 2 diabetes is almost 3x higher among obese people, and nearly 60% of type 2 diabetes cases are attributable to obesity. Diabetes is the 7th leading cause of death in the US and the leading cause of kidney failure. Type 2 Diabetes is often quickly and completely resolved with the gold standard of bariatric procedures, the RNY Gastric Bypass surgery has been proven to resolve Type 2 Diabetes very shortly after surgery: http://dld.bz/how-gastric-bypass-resolves-type2-diabetes
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High Blood Pressure


High Blood Pressure is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list For the Very Fat: These Health Problems Weigh Heavier
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Major depression is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list For the Very Fat: These Health Problems Weigh Heavier
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Research shows obesity and depression are closely linked; those who are obese are more likely to become depressed, and similarly, those depressed have a stronger likelihood of becoming obese. Effective obesity treatment should always include psychological treatment as well. Top obesity surgical programs feature a multi-disciplinary team, including a psychologist specializing in addiction. Learn more about weight loss through minimally invasive surgery abroad http://dld.bz/bypass-in-paradise see more on Major depression

Necrotizing fasciitis can destroy the muscles, skin, and underlying tissue. It typically develops as an extension of a skin lesion. The fact that it's rare doesn't make it any less horrible - and obese people, particularly those with uncontrolled diabetes, are at the greatest risk. http://dld.bz/the-new-gastric-plication see more on Soft Tissue Infections