​​Obesity for many, myself included is emotional agony. I hated myself, I was disappointed in myself, mad at myself, I had an extreme sense of failure. I was so pre-occupied with my emotional nightmare that I didn't give my health risks much thought. I'm 100% sure that had a not had surgery I would have remained obese with brief interruptions of yoyo dieting and that my health would become effected as I continued to gain,
my life expectancy may well have been reduced.​​

Rene Wearing
President

Doctors in the Sun Inc​

​​ Weight Loss Surgery Works by...

1) RESTRICTING INTAKE  
All weight loss surgeries restrict the amount we eat, you’ll be full after eating very little. Even with  a reduced stomach size you need to do your part

2) MALABSORPTION 
Malabsorption surgeries imit the absorption of foods in the intestinal tract by "bypassing" a portion of the small intestine to varying degrees,  without getting the nutrient value of the intake that’s bypassed. For this reason, malabsorption surguries aren't a good fit for all patients


  Always Remember....​

 STOP EATING WHEN YOU’RE FULL! 
The days of leaving the table hungry are over! Eating beyond full is not only verry painful it  slow your progress

DON'T GRAZE!  
Grazing is the #1 down fall causing weight gain. You notice won’t get hungry like ou did before surgery, break the grazing habit! 

USE YOUR SMALL STOMACH WISELY!
80% of the stomach is removed. Protein intake is a must as is healthy foods for your tiny stomach.

  DON'T DRINK YOUR CALORIES!  
Carbonated drinks are a “no no” after bariatric surgery. Use caution if drinking alcoholic drinks, you will feel the effects much quicker now, you'll become intoxicated very quickly. Most alcoholic drinks are high in calories and defeat your weight loss goals.

Weight loss surgery gives you an edge.
A happier and healthier you is within your grasp.

You can do this! Good Luck!