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Vitamins and Minerals and the Bariatric Surgery Patient

Vitamins and minerals fall into a category called micronutrients. They function in our body as co-factors and enzymes that are necessary to complete every process in our bodies from our head to our toes. Unlike macronutrients (protein, carbohydrates and fats), they do not provide calories. Vitamins and minerals are necessary for healthy vision, cell growth […]

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Bariatric Surgery Benefits in Georgia Decreased to Save Money

Georgia Eliminating Weight Loss Surgery Coverage for State Employees A recent story from CNN has raised the eyebrows of the team here at New Life Center for Bariatric Surgery. There are currently six states that do not provide coverage for weight loss surgery for state employees. Georgia is about to become the seventh. The CNN […]

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Bariatric Surgeon in Knoxville Now Offering Innovative Weight Loss Procedure

Knoxville bariatric surgeon Dr. Stephen Boyce is now performing laparoscopic greater curvature plication (LGCP) at his practice. He says the new procedure is designed to help patients lose significant amounts of excess body weight without removing stomach tissue or introducing foreign body implants. He also says he is excited about the procedure’s potential for patients […]

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RPM for Truckers Mentions New Life Center in Article Discussing Morbid Obesity and Weight Loss Surgery

RPM For Truckers, a website designed as a database of job opportunities for truck drivers, posted an article, called “Driving to My New Life”, about weight loss that touches on how bariatric surgical options may be necessary for people with morbid obesity to reduce health risks and slim down their physique. The article discusses how […]

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