Surgical weight loss: impact on energy expenditure.

  title={Surgical weight loss: impact on energy expenditure.},
  author={David Thivel and Katrina Brakonieki and Pascale Duch{\'e} and B{\'e}atrice Morio and Yves Boirie and Blandine Laferr{\`e}re},
  journal={Obesity surgery},
  volume={23 2},
Diet-induced weight loss is often limited in its magnitude and often of short duration, followed by weight regain. On the contrary, bariatric surgery now commonly used in the treatment of severe obesity favors large and sustained weight loss, with resolution or improvement of most obesity-associated comorbidities. The mechanisms of sustained weight loss are not well understood. Whether changes in the various components of energy expenditure favor weight maintenance after bariatric surgery is… CONTINUE READING
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