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Parents May Have Even More Reason to Explore Weight Loss Surgery, suggests Beverly Hills Physicians
Date:7/18/2013

LOS ANGELES, July 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- It doesn't matter whether a patient is receiving a lap band, gastric sleeve, or bypass surgery, there's one phrase the outstanding weight loss physicians of Beverly Hills Physicians hear more than just about any other: "This is really mostly because of my kids."

Indeed, one of the nation's most talked about bariatric patients, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, probably put it as succinctly as anyone else when he explained some of his motivations for his lap band surgery to reporters. "I got a long road here as a father and I don't want to miss any of it," the 50 year-old father of four said.

Although his fame makes his struggles with obesity far more visible than they are for most people, Governor Christie's feelings are entirely typical. Parents want to be able to perform all of the activities involved in child-rearing, a task that is often more physically strenuous than non-parents may realize. At the same time, they would like to be healthy enough to experience the pleasure and pride of their children's graduations and wedding days, and enjoy the company of their grandchildren. Bariatric surgery is, for many, the best way to achieve this goal and Beverly Hills Physicians offers the finest surgeons in Southern California.

Whether you're considering a gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, or a band procedure, where you go to obtain a weight loss operation will make an enormous difference. Beverly Hills Physicians makes the entire process of exploring your weig
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