Obese people have less sensitive taste buds than normal-weight people, but bariatric surgery may increase their taste sensitivity in addition to helping them shed pounds, finds new research from Stanford University School of Medicine.
Bariatric Surgery & Medical Weight Loss
You are underweight. Generally, it’s better to be underweight than overweight. However, being underweight also can indicate an undiagnosed medical condition. Check with your primary care provider to make sure you’re healthy at your current weight.
Congratulations! Your body mass index falls within a healthy range. Keep doing what you’re doing with your healthy habits.
You’re overweight. This can lead to medical problems like diabetes and high blood pressure. Learn more about the medical weight loss program we offer at the Stanford BMI Clinic for the tools and support you need to lose that excess weight and avoid obesity-related conditions. We’re here to help every step of the way.
Your BMI falls into the obese range. You’re not alone. Over 45 million Americans have a BMI above 30, just like you do. Obesity can lead to serious medical issues like type 2 diabetes and hypertension. You should take steps to lose weight in order to avoid these obesity-related conditions. Call the Stanford BMI Clinic at 650-736-5800 to learn more about our comprehensive bariatric surgery and medical weight loss programs.