Gastroplasty Surgery Vs. Roca Labs® Formula

Gastroplasty surgery is risky, expensive and comes with endless restrictions

Gastroplasty is a type of weight-loss surgery in which staples are used to form a small stomach pouch. The restricted capacity of the stomach pouch limits food intake. A band placed at the lower end of the stomach pouch narrows the outlet, causing prolonged food retention and fullness.

Gastroplasty Surgery Risks and Complications

General risks associated with any surgery include the risk of developing a blood clot in the legs or lungs, pneumonia and death, but gastric sleeve surgery also carries the risk of:

  • Staple line leakage in which stomach contents leak into the abdominal cavity through the line of surgical staples intended to seal the stomach.
  • Infections from staple line failure
  • Internal bleeding
  • Nausea or vomiting, especially after eating too much or eating too fast.
  • Outlet stenosis is the narrowing of the stomach pouch. This causes intermittent obstruction of the stomach pouch.
  • Wound infection
  • Pouch dilation
  • Weight gain

Even without complications, post-surgical care is difficult. Gastroplasty operations are followed by numerous diet restrictions. People undergoing gastroplasty must learn to eat small quantities of food throughout the day. Chronic overfilling of the stomach pouch can lead to stretching, or dilation.

Roca Labs® Natural Formula avoids most of gastroplasty surgery’s pitfalls. Its effect is very powerful, yet it is non-invasive and painless. When you take it, it expands to fill your stomach, leaving only a small limited stomach space available for 10-16 hours. You don’t have to worry about special diets or restrictions, because you physically cannot eat more than HALF of what you used to. There are only a few potential side effects – bloated stomach, gas, diarrhea, dehydration – but these can generally be avoided by introducing the Formula to your diet gradually and drinking plenty of water.

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