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Unlike a gastric bypass where food enters a small pouch and then passes straight into the small bowel, the route that food takes following a sleeve gastrectomy is the same as it took before surgery.

As the stomach is smaller, it is able to hold less and stretches more quickly to give a feeling of fullness and satisfaction. So patients who have had this procedure want to eat less and therefore lose weight.

What is a sleeve gastrectomy?

This operation involves converting the stomach into a long, thin tube by stapling it along its length and excising (removing) the excess stomach.

Pre-Operative Diet For Sleeve Gastrectomy

Post-Operative Eating Plan For Sleeve Gastrectomy

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Please note, most insurance policies in the UK do not cover weight-loss surgery. However, we will do our utmost to provide the best package for you should you choose to have your surgery with us.