ALighterMe, Consumer Guide To Weight Loss Surgery, Adds 5 New Guides Regarding Bariatric Surgery
07/11/2012 adds new comparison guides for patients looking to educate themselves on bariatric surgeries.

Online PR News – 11-July-2012 – San Diego, CA – ALighterMe, Consumer Resource Guide to Weight Loss Surgery, adds five new guides regarding Bariatric Surgery.

A Lighter Me, an online resource to bariatric and metabolic surgery, announces five new comparison guides for individuals having trouble choosing the right bariatric surgery. Bariatric and metabolic surgery has gone through a lot of technological changes regarding surgery practices, methods, techniques and technologies. Our new guides will help individuals compare weight loss surgeries that people are choosing.

Advantages Of Our Guides:

The comparison guides are neatly arranged in an easy to browse table.
By contacting our staff we can further elaborate the differences.
We plan on keeping information up to date.

Surgeries Comparisons Covered:

Duodenal Switch vs Gastric Bypass
Newer procedures like vertical gastrectomy with duodenal switch, or duodenal switch, is a complicated procedure that very similar to gastric bypass. Both surgeries use the same two methods, restrictive and malabsorptive, to induce massive weight loss in patients. However, these two surgeries are significantly different with differing levels of risk.

Gastric Sleeve vs Gastric Bypass
The newest procedure, gastric sleeve, has shown great results for patients, which is why many individuals are opting for the permanence of sleeve instead of rny gastric bypass. Both are safe procedures, but they function in different ways with differing expected results.

Gastric Banding vs Gastric Sleeve
The oldest weight loss surgery, with origins dating back to the 1980s, gastric banding is still being used, however bariatric physicians are suggesting the newer procedure: gastric sleeve surgery.

Gastric Banding vs Gastric Bypass
Gastric Banding and Gastric Bypass are the two most common surgeries being performed today. Both have very low levels of risks, and most side effects and complications are known.

Lap-Band vs REALIZE Band
Gastric Banding requires an implant to achieve weight loss. Two implants, the Lap-Band and the REALIZE band, are FDA approved in the United States. Read the slight differences between these two surgical implants.

About ALighterMe:
A Lighter Me, owned by Bravo Development, LLC, is a weight loss surgery facilitator in Mexico. Through their resource,, they educate thousands of individuals monthly on undergoing weight loss surgery, Mexico medical tourism and related topics. Since 2006, A Lighter Me has helped thousands of patients from the United States and Canada travel to Mexico to undergo bariatric surgery. ALighterMe has made several connections to offer bariatric surgeries in the following Mexican cities: Tijuana, Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, Mexicali, Monterrey and Cancun.

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