WLS Gut Health Quick Start Guide Explains How to Improve Protein Absorption, Eliminate Digestive Issues and Jump Start Weight Loss
Weight loss surgery (WLS) is a fabulous tool that has been proven to successfully treat obesity and several associated diseases including cardiovascular disease, depression, diabetes, and sleep apnea.
However, it can create significant gut health side effects such as….
- Abdominal pain
- Gas (often foul smelling)
- Chronic heartburn.
In fact, these gut health issues are common complaints that not only interfere with quality of life. But, if left untreated these issues can progress to more severe digestive issues and eventually weight regain.
These gut health issues are often the result of “2” separate, but very connected gastrointestinal functions.
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The Quick Start Guide explains the 5 functions of the GI tract
And how weight loss surgery is designed to remove, or staple off most of the stomach tissue. While this is great for providing fullness on a small amount of food.
After you read this guide, you will understand exactly why having less stomach tissue is the reason for many gut health problems including bloating, bad gas, constipation, and yes unfortunately weight regain.