Gastric Bypass Surgery

Gastric bypass surgery is a bariatric surgery procedure that helps you lose weight by changing the way your stomach (stomach shrinking) and small intestine (malabsorption) control the food you eat. After the operation, your stomach will be smaller and you will eat less food and feel full. Because the food you eat no longer goes to some parts of the stomach and small intestine that absorb food. Because of this, your body does not get all the calories from the food you eat.

One of the most effective methods used to lose weight; Gastric bypass surgery. In this method, by reducing the size of the stomach and changing the body’s digestive system, the surgeon reduces food consumption and prevents the absorption of nutrients and high calories by the body. In this way, after eating a small amount of food, a person will feel full and will experience significant weight loss in a short period of time. Gastric bypass surgery with two methods:

1. Restriction: the patient consumes less food.

2. Malabsorption: Absorption of food calories in the body decreases.

It makes the body thin.