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March 2014 - Bariatric surgery results in improved control for type 1 diabetes

Bariatric surgery can benefit patients with type 1 diabetes. Overweight patients with type 1 diabetes can benefit from bariatric surgery.

March Newsletter

In this issue

  • Upcoming events
  • Bariatric surgery results in improved control for type 1 diabetes
  • 10 simple ways to control portion sizes
  • 6 popular fitness myths, debunked

Upcoming events

Free bariatric seminar with Dr. Malley

Saturday, March 22, 10am

Weight-loss surgery support group

Connect with others and share tips and tricks for achieving success with the LAP-BAND or gastric sleeve!

Next support group:
Thursday, March 27
6-7pm
Menorah Medical Center
5721 W. 119th Street
Room 1
OP, KS 66209

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Much has been reported over the past several years about the positive impact of bariatric surgery on type 2 diabetes. Now, a new study is showing that overweight patients with type 1 diabetes can benefit from the procedure as well.

Continue reading for more information, as well as 10 simple ways to control portion sizes, and the truth about 6 fitness myths that could be holding you back!

If you’re considering weight-loss surgery, now is the perfect time to take the first step! Sign up now for our free weight-loss surgery seminar and get your life back!

Sincerely,
Malley Surgical Weight Loss Center


Bariatric surgery results in improved control for type 1 diabetes

The results of a new case study are showing that overweight patients with type 1 diabetes can benefit from bariatric surgery in that it can improve their H1c levels and reduce their daily insulin requirements. Although bariatric surgery does not have the ability to reverse type 1 diabetes as it can with type 2 diabetes, diabetics can benefit from a lower risk of cardiac events and improved diabetes management.

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10 simple ways to control portion sizes

Controlling portion sizes

Limiting and controlling portion sizes is one of the most important parts of managing your diet and losing weight. As the decades pass, portion sizes continue to grow larger and larger, especially at restaurants. In most cases, you can eat half, or one-third of a meal and still get an adequate amount of food based on recommended serving sizes. Learn 10 simple ways you can control portion sizes and start losing excess weight.

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6 fitness myths debunked6 popular fitness myths, debunked

As technology and research continues to grow, more and more fitness experts are putting to rest long-held beliefs about weight-loss techniques and fitness in general. If you’re putting a lot into your workout, but failing to see results, it’s possible you’re practicing some fitness habits that have since been proven ineffective for weight loss.

Here are six of the most popular fitness myths, debunked.

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