Sustaining weight loss possible with or without surgery

12/16/2008 | Reuters

A study found obese people who lose weight through gastric surgery and those who lose weight on their own were equally able to maintain their weight loss after one to two years. Researchers found, however, that people who had gastric surgery ate more fat and were less active than those who lost weight on their own.

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