Why Weight Loss Surgery is Not the Best Solution

I sympathize with you if you are reading this article, I had always been overweight ever since I started going through puberty, and I remember how terrible it felt being overweight, and I know how difficult it is to lose weight. It takes tons of time, dedication and effort and worse, many times your weight loss will suddenly plateau and will leave you feeling like crap and wondering: “Why the hell did it stop?”. You may be tempted to try weight loss surgery, and I don’t feel like this is a good idea, I’ll tell you the reasons why.

Weight loss is not just a physical improvement, it’s a mental improvement as well. You need to consciously force yourself, plan ahead and resist temptations, that’s what weight loss is all about. Gaining conscientiousness through weight loss is not only a good thing for your body but great for your career and future prospects, and I know you’ll say “I don’t need those things”, yes, but getting them are a good boost to your future.

Second, weight loss is hard but it doesn’t cost too much, protein shakes/bars, mineral and vitamin supplements and even more aggressive supplements (Such as Garcinia Cambogia, if you decide to buy this as a last resort at least read some quality garcinia cambogia reviews before buying) all of these supplements are not that expensive, every month I only spend about 100$ at max for these supplements. Weight loss surgery is expensive and has a number of potential life-threatening impacts, weight loss surgery costs at least 5,000$ and probably more, especially if you are morbidly obese. Even adding an expensive gym membership on top of that doesn’t cost much (only 62$/month for LifeTime)

In conclusion, weight loss surgery does not:

  • Improve mental health

Nor does it:

  • Cost basically nothing

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