Can We Cook Ourselves Thin?

Eating Slowly May Actually Help You Lose Weight

Are you a Binge Eater? Hay, 39, is five feet five (1.7 meters) and weighs 314 pounds (142 kilograms); she is morbidly obese, which makes her a candidate for the surgery. Her managerial level job in the human resources department of a financial company demands tact, efficiency, and organization—qualities she exudes. She has a close circle of friends who would do anything for her, a clear sense of who she is, and few illusions of who she is not. She dresses stylishly, has long blond hair swept back by a headband, a classic oval face, and fair complexion. But she is—let's face it—huge.

Mr. Ducino explained to the attendees that the Obalon capsule contains a balloon that is orally permitted and inflated to occupy the upper space in the stomach to create a feeling of fullness that can help people eat less. Additional balloons can be swallowed and inflated during the treatment period depending on the response and needs of the patient. At the end of the treatment period, the balloons are removed through a short endoscopic procedure. The entire procedure takes only 15 minutes with no sedation required. Studies have showed that patients, who used Obalon technology, lost an average of 7.4% of their total body weight and 41% of excess body weight within 12 weeks of the balloon application, which is approximately 8 to 12 kilos within 3 months.

There is a lot of false information everywhere: books, myths, fears, diets to lose weight fast, cures, pills and dangerous medication. This is why you should come and only listen to the advice of certified specialists as Dr. Mario Camelo before deciding to have a gastric band surgery or gastric sleeve surgery in Tijuana.

I am SOOO full I could burst. This is only the first night. The only reason I didn't gain weight last October was because I got sick in Morocco. Tomorrow, I have to run. At dinner I met the other students—from Australia, the US, England, and Switzerland. They seem even nicer than the group I met in October. The best part: I think I have improved my French, or at the very least I feel much more confident. And it's not the wine that's making it easier.

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