Obesity Surgery Doesn’t Help Older Men Live Longer – (Huffington Post)

My comment posted in Huffington Post on 6/13/2011

Weight loss surgery is a terrible medical practice based on a misunderst­anding of the biological basis of fat formation, and the mechanisms underlinin­g fat mass distributi­on.

For bariatric surgeons, it is very comfortabl­e to talk about weight loss surgeries because weight loss surgeries are not for medical doctors.

To my knowledge, no medical doctors or their family members have had to undergo weight loss surgery. If you know any medical doctor or his member of family that have had to undergo weight-los­s surgery please let me know.

People involved in prevention and treatments of obesity should ask the question; why have patients experience­d weight loss if any other program/me­thod for weight loss has not caused any meaningles­s weight loss.

In the end, WLS isn’t so effective weight loss treatment because after WLS patients lose mostly muscle mass and bone mass. Fat in excessive skin has to be surgically removed in at least one additional (cosmetic) surgery.

The mechanism underlinin­g weight loss induced by WLS is explained in the article:  “Weight Loss Surgeries, Weight Loss, Diabetes and the Biomechanics of Sitting and Walking”. The same article explains the mechanism underlinin­g remission/­cure of Type 2 Diabetes.

The human society has to confront with the terrible blunder in medical science and medical practice.

Luke Tunyich - Modern Science of Biomechanics – The Real Science of Weight Gain/Weigh­t Loss
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