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Surgery is a tool, but it still takes effort and commitment to get the best results. Contrary to what some people think, surgery isn’t a quick fix.
Although bariatric surgery can benefit your overall health, there’s plenty of changes to adjust to after surgery—from new diet and lifestyle habits to a drastically different body.
Weight-loss surgery isn’t just physical. It affects almost every aspect of life. So how do you mentally prepare for such a drastic change?
Healthy lifestyle changes remain important after bariatric surgery. In fact, they can boost your long-term results. The tips below can help you stay on track.
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