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Sunday, February 13, 2011
Astounding New Research-Heart Changes Shape After Weight Loss Surgery!
With Valentine's Day being tomorrow I find this to be quite a relevant and rather ironic topic to share. There is NEW RESEARCH coming from the Medical College of Georgia. Dr. Sheldon Litwin, Chief of Cardiology at the college authored a study which has uncovered that the hearts of patients who have undergone significant weight loss, as a result of gastric bypass surgery, don't have to work nearly as hard as they did before having weight loss surgery. The result is astounding in that the actual shape of the heart changes. Because of this change the patient generally experiences healthier cholesterol levels, lower heart rates and less insulin resistance all of which lessens the risk of many cardiovascular diseases. I highly recommend you read the full article which can be found by clicking here.