Can Bariatric Surgery Change your Health Span and Lifespan?
Join us for a FREE Webinar on How Bariatric Surgery can be a tool to create Transformation
It is becoming common knowledge that the health risks of being obese or overweight are worse than that of smoking and heavy drinking. Not only does being overweight lead to a shorter lifespan but it also impacts the quality of your health. It creates heavy reliance on the medical support system for many chronic illnesses that obesity brings such as diabetes, heart problems, joint issues, sleep aponea and also cancers.
Your ability to be healthy and maintain a good quality of health for the longest period of time is called Health Span.
Regardless of whether you are struggling with being overweight or having a challenge with medical problems associated with obesity, losing weight is going to improve your lifespan as well as your healthspan.
Being fit and healthy not only adds years to your life, it also adds life to your years.
Our Holistic Approach to Weight Management
At body genesis institute we embrace A holistic approach 2 weight management. Over the decades we have developed resources and experience in managing and supporting individuals over the long run for lasting weight loss success. We believe in not just weight loss but creating total transformation.
The simplest way to understand our approach this is by examining the three key components of the Triangle of Transformation.
Positive and self-empowering changes begin to happen when the right tool is applied for the right individual in a safe and supportive environment.
To know more join us for a free weight loss surgery information evening where you will meet individuals who have gone through this journey of transformation. Get to know how they took their challenges and turned them into opportunities.
You will also hear from our surgeons and members of the after surgery support team.
When: Thursday 7th Sep 7pm
Register to be apart of the life changing free Webinar
Download a link to a Free Ebook upon Registration.
Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist
Dr Arun Dhir
MS FRCS (Edinburgh UK) FRACS Upper GI, Bariatric and General Surgeon
B.Ed., Coach, NLP Practitioner Healthy Habits Coach
Bariatric Surgery Recipient
Every participant will be entered into draw for a chance to win a nutribullet.
We are looking forward to see you there!
- Does Obesity Contribute as Much to Morbidity as Poverty or Smoking? – https://www.rand.org/pubs/reprints/RP952.html
- Being overweight has a higher risk of dying then smoking. – https://bmcpublichealth.biomedcentral.com/counter/pdf/10.1186/s12889-021-10167-3.pdf