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Friday, August 5, 2011

Mike In Grand Rapids

This fat fuck is a major failure. He had 2 WLS and is still fat. His wife dumped his ass because he couldn't find his dick and he kept trying to fit his giant man titties into her bras.
Mike in GR Two Time WLS Loser

Friday, June 24, 2011

How Gastric Bypass Destroys Your Digestive System

The following is taking from this WEBSITE

It is an explanation of digestion written for children. I used it in case any doctors stumble across this article.

The Mouth Starts Everything Moving

digestive system animation
Your digestive (say: dye-jes-tiv) system started working even before you took the first bite of your pizza. And the digestive system will be busy at work on your chewed-up lunch for the next few hours — or sometimes days, depending upon what you've eaten. This process, called digestion, allows your body to get the nutrients and energy it needs from the food you eat. So let's find out what's happening to that pizza, orange, and milk.

Even before you eat, when you smell a tasty food, see it, or think about it, digestion begins. Saliva (say: suh-lye-vuh), or spit, begins to form in your mouth. I Fat Bastard very often drool like a dog
Upper GI Video Image
When you do eat, the saliva breaks down the chemicals in the food a bit, which helps make the food mushy and easy to swallow. Your tongue helps out, pushing the food around while you chew with your teeth. When you're ready to swallow, the tongue pushes a tiny bit of mushed-up food called a bolus (say: bow-lus) toward the back of your throat and into the opening of your esophagus, the second part of the digestive tract.

On the Way Down

The esophagus (say: ih-sof-eh-gess) is like a stretchy pipe that's about 10 inches (25 centimeters) long. It moves food from the back of your throat to your stomach. But also at the back of your throat is your windpipe, which allows air to come in and out of your body. When you swallow a small ball of mushed-up food or liquids, a special flap called the epiglottis (say: ep-ih-glot-iss) flops down over the opening of your windpipe to make sure the food enters the esophagus and not the windpipe.
digestive system diagram
If you've ever drunk something too fast, started to cough, and heard someone say that your drink "went down the wrong way," the person meant that it went down your windpipe by mistake. This happens when the epiglottis doesn't have enough time to flop down, and you cough involuntarily (without thinking about it) to clear your windpipe.

Once food has entered the esophagus, it doesn't just drop right into your stomach. Instead, muscles in the walls of the esophagus move in a wavy way to slowly squeeze the food through the esophagus. This takes about 2 or 3 seconds.

See You in the Stomach

Your stomach, which is attached to the end of the esophagus, is a stretchy sack shaped like the letter J. It has three important jobs:
  1. to store the food you've eaten
  2. to break down the food into a liquidy mixture
  3. to slowly empty that liquidy mixture into the small intestine
This is where the problems start with Weight Loss Surgery. 

The stomach uses a mechanical mixing action and acid and enzymes to prepare the food for the small intestine to absorb into the blood stream. With most WLS the stomach is pretty much destroyed so that it can no longer perform it's vital function. This is one reason WLS victims are forced to drink protein shake for the rest of their shortened lives.

The stomach is like a mixer, churning and mashing together all the small balls of food that came down the esophagus into smaller and smaller pieces. It does this with help from the strong muscles in the walls of the stomach and gastric (say: gas-trik) juices that also come from the stomach's walls. In addition to breaking down food, gastric juices also help kill bacteria that might be in the eaten food.

Bacteria that are normally killed in the stomach's gastric juices can move on to the the small intestine and cause a deadly condition called sepsis in which the entire body become infected. Sepsis very often deadly.

Onward to the small intestine!

22 Feet Isn't Small at All

The small intestine (say: in-tes-tin) is a long tube that's about 1½ inches to 2 inches (about 3.5 to 5 centimeters) around, and it's packed inside you beneath your stomach. If you stretched out an adult's small intestine, it would be about 22 feet long (6.7 meters) — that's like 22 notebooks lined up end to end, all in a row!

With Gastric Bypass Surgery most of the small intestine is bypassed making it impossible to absorb nutrients from the food you eat. GBS works on an insane principle called mal-absorption. The small intestine is 22 feet long because it has to be. When it is bypassed the body can't receive the essential nutrients it requires for good health. Doctors, being the arrogant punks that many of them are were never taught much about nutrition so they downplay the importance of it when selling GPS to one of their patients.

The small intestine breaks down the food mixture even more so your body can absorb all the vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. The grilled chicken on your pizza is full of proteins — and a little fat — and the small intestine can help extract them with a little help from three friends: the pancreas (say: pan-kree-us), liver, and gallbladder.

Those organs send different juices to the first part of the small intestine. These juices help to digest food and allow the body to absorb nutrients. The pancreas makes juices that help the body digest fats and protein. A juice from the liver called bile helps to absorb fats into the bloodstream. And the gallbladder serves as a warehouse for bile, storing it until the body needs it.

Another bonus for the medical thugs is that because the weight loss is so rapid after GBS most of the patients/victims will develop gallstones and 1/3 of them will develop gallbladder disease that will require another surgery.

Your food may spend as long as 4 hours in the small intestine and will become a very thin, watery mixture. It's time well spent because, at the end of the journey, the nutrients from your pizza, orange, and milk can pass from the intestine into the blood. Once in the blood, your body is closer to benefiting from the complex carbohydrates in the pizza crust, the vitamin C in your orange, the protein in the chicken, and the calcium in your milk.

All of the above is not going to happen after GBS. Anything you eat will go through you like shit through a goose because you will have a condition called dumping syndrome.

Related: See Why Dr Oz is a Weight Loss Charlatan Click HERE

Gastric dumping syndrome

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gastric dumping syndrome

Dumping Syndrome

Dumping syndrome occurs when the contents of the stomach empty too quickly into the small intestine. The partially digested food draws excess fluid into the small intestine causing nausea, cramping, diarrhea, sweating, faintness, and palpitations. Dumping usually occurs after the consumption of too much simple or refined sugar in people who have had surgery to modify or remove all or part of the stomach.

Gastric dumping syndrome, or rapid gastric emptying is a condition where ingested foods bypass the stomach too rapidly and enter the small intestine largely undigested. It happens when the upper end of the small intestine, the duodenum, expands too quickly due to the presence of hyperosmolar (substances with increased osmolarity) food from the stomach. "Early" dumping begins concurrently or immediately succeeding a meal. Symptoms of early dumping include nausea, vomiting, bloating, cramping, diarrhea, dizziness and fatigue. "Late" dumping happens 1 to 3 hours after eating. Symptoms of late dumping include weakness, sweating, and dizziness. Many people have both types. 

The syndrome is most often associated with gastric surgery.

It is speculated that "early" dumping is associated with difficulty digesting fats while "late" dumping is associated with carbohydrates

Rapid loading of the small intestine with hypertonic stomach contents can lead to rapid entry of water into the intestinal lumen. Osmotic diarrhea, distension of the small bowel (leading to crampy abdominal pain), and hypovolemia can result.

In addition, people with this syndrome often suffer from low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia, because the rapid "dumping" of food triggers the pancreas to release excessive amounts of insulin into the bloodstream. This type of hypoglycemia is referred to as "alimentary hypoglycemia".

Next stop for these nutrients: the liver! And the leftover waste — parts of the food that your body can't use — goes on to the large intestine.

Love Your Liver

The nutrient-rich blood comes directly to the liver for processing. The liver filters out harmful substances or wastes, turning some of the waste into more bile. The liver even helps figure out how many nutrients will go to the rest of the body, and how many will stay behind in storage. For example, the liver stores certain vitamins and a type of sugar your body uses for energy.

That's One Large Intestine

At 3 or 4 inches around (about 7 to 10 centimeters), the large intestine is fatter than the small intestine and it's almost the last stop on the digestive tract. Like the small intestine, it is packed into the body, and would measure 5 feet (about 1.5 meters) long if you spread it out.

The large intestine has a tiny tube with a closed end coming off it called the appendix (say: uh-pen-dix). It's part of the digestive tract, but it doesn't seem to do anything, though it can cause big problems because it sometimes gets infected and needs to be removed.

Like we mentioned, after most of the nutrients are removed from the food mixture there is waste left over — stuff your body can't use. This stuff needs to be passed out of the body. Can you guess where it ends up? Well, here's a hint: It goes out with a flush.

Before it goes, it passes through the part of the large intestine called the colon (say: co-lun), which is where the body gets its last chance to absorb the water and some minerals into the blood. As the water leaves the waste product, what's left gets harder and harder as it keeps moving along, until it becomes a solid. Yep, it's poop (also called stool or a bowel movement).

You may want to fling your poop at a greedy bariatric surgeon or make him eat it.

The large intestine pushes the poop into the rectum (say: rek-tum), the very last stop on the digestive tract. The solid waste stays here until you are ready to go to the bathroom. When you go to the bathroom, you are getting rid of this solid waste by pushing it through the anus (say: ay-nus). There's the flush we were talking about!

Dig That Digestive System

You can help your digestive system by drinking water and eating a healthy diet that includes foods rich in fiber. High-fiber foods, like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, make it easier for poop to pass through your system.

You won't be getting any fiber after ghastly bypass surgery/butchery because there simply isn't enough room left. 

The digestive system is a pretty important part of your body. Without it, you couldn't get the nutrients you need to grow properly and stay healthy. And next time you sit down to lunch, you'll know where your food goes — from start to finish!

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Weight Loss Surgery Butchery

Weight Loss Surgery Butchery

If there is one thing everyone in the fat acceptance community agrees upon and that is weight loss surgery is barbaric practice. There death rate from gastric bypass is 1 in 100. The barbarians who do this surgery claim a lower mortality rate but they would be lying like the lying liars that they are. Below is an example of the sort of butchery a weight loss surgery patient is in for if he submit to this slaughter.
A Thanksgiving turkey gets more respect!

Related: Dr Oz Busted Lying to Congress.

Carnie Wilson is the poster girl for WLS and as you can plainly see she gained most of the weight back. This highly dangerous procedure does not even work. Soon Carnie will be back to her normal 300+ pounds accept that she will not be enjoying food the way she once did.
Carnie Wilson is rotund again. You go girl!

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Gastric Bypass Kills More Than One in Fifty Victims Within the First 30 Days

A recent study by researchers at the University of Washington found that 1 in 50 people die within one month of having gastric bypass surgery, and that figure jumps nearly fivefold if the surgeon is inexperienced.

The barbarians who offer this surgery to patients tell them that there death rate is 1 in 200 but that is a lie. The death toll is much higher. It is 1 in 50 within the first 30 days but even if you are lucky enough to make it past 30 days you are still not out of the woods. The complications of this deadly surgery are many and varied.
From Bariatric Times an Industry Website

With the rising number of Roux en-Y gastric bypasses performed around the world, general surgeons should expect to face an equally rising number of early- and late-term complications. Marginal or anastomotic ulcers constitute the majority of these cases, representing as many as 52 percent of postoperative complications. Marginal ulceration is a challenging problem, which can cause significant of morbidity in other words death in the postoperative bariatric patient. Its etiology remains elusive and perhaps multifactorial, including both exogenous and intrinsic or technical factors. In addition, while prevention is key, it is often difficult to achieve. While most of these types of ulcers do respond to medical therapy, there is a select group of patients that continues to suffer from symptomatic, nonhealing ulcers, despite appropriate medical treatment, and requires surgical intervention. The current body of literature does not contain a great deal on the subject of optimal surgical management for marginal ulcers intractable to medical therapy, perhaps a reflection of marginal ulcers’ unclear etiology. This review aims to summarize the current knowledge on marginal ulcers, starting with the diagnosis and medical management, and focusing on current approaches to surgical management, including innovative techniques. The goal is to recognize risk factors, promote patient adherence with treatment, and to become well versed with surgical options and preventive measures.
Doctors lie.
They will blame the patient by saying, "Well, they were fat and unhealthy to begin with." but the truth is it is not usually the co-morbid conditions of obesity that kill these people who have been suckered into this ghastly surgery it is almost always the surgery itself.

How Does it Work?

Ghastly Bypass Surgery simply makes eating and digestion very difficult. WLS takes a perfectly healthy digestive system and damages it so it cannot function properly. That IMO is insanity and bad bad bad medicine.
Weight Loss Surgery Is Really Elective Surgery 
Heart valve replacement surgery is a must for patients but it has a far far lower mortality rate than ghastly bypass.
The mortality rate for heart valve replacement surgery is only 2.4%.

That’s right. That's truth about heart valve surgery.  At some clinics, the rate has dropped to only 1.8%. When they try to hand you the malarkey that the high mortality rates are due to the pre-surgical health of the patient they are lying.

The death rate for open heart surgery nationwide is 2.14%

If you have stumbled onto this article because you are fat and sickly then maybe it's time you realize that the gluttonous lifestyle is not for you. You can eat responsibly without being forced to do so by this deadly, barbaric and ghastly procedure. You do have a choice. You can continue your gluttony and accept the fact that food and it's pleasures means more to you than anything else, even life itself or you can eat the kind of food at the amount lean people eat.

If you are one of the "lucky" ones who don't die you will suffer from the many complications that never go away and the thing thing you love the most ie FOOD will never soothe, and pleasure you again. No matter how you look at it ghastly bypass is a very bad idea.
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