After weight-loss surgery, it can take time for a person to accept and appreciate their new appearance [Image: iStock.com – Maria Korneeva]
Health practitioner support for weight-loss surgery is rising. Dietition Clarice Hebblethwaite provides information on nutritional and behavioural support for patients after surgery
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