Adults 100 IU Infants and children 200 IU Pregnant and lactating women 400 IU Vitamin D absorption and body storage: Fat and bile juices help absorb vitamin D, it enters blood circulation through the lymphatic vessels and is stored in the liver in small quantities. Vitamin D deficiency: It affects calcium absorption and poor bone […]
Body size: the larger the body size, the higher the burning rate Body composition: an athletic body is full of muscles and has a higher rate of burning Age: the rate of burning increaser during period of growth, pregnancy and breastfeeding, and gradually decreases with age Gender: the burning rate in males is 10% higher […]
If defecation does not occur for two or three consecutive days, it is recommended to take laxatives, taking into account the need to adjust doses after surgery. How can constipation be avoided after surgery? Drink plenty of water during the day to soften the stool. Eat plenty of fiber in the food to facilitate bowel […]
Hair loss after bariatric surgeries is temporary and often the hair regains its ability to grow naturally after several months after the weight reaches a steady state, but the persistence of hair loss for a longer period of 6 months may be evidence of other medical condition or is linked to the surgeonۀ and the […]
Start with simple goals and increase them slowly over time. Diversify different sports to avoid getting bored. Make your sporting goals realistic and achievable. Leave your sportswear available and ready to use. Set a daily time for practice and maintain your sporting habits.
EKG (if the patient’s age exceeds 50 years). Some laboratory tests. Discuss with the medical staff if you suffer from any chronic diseases to modify some types of medication or its doses. Discuss with the nurse the steps regarding operational readiness and what follows. Meet the anesthesiologist. If you discover your illness or pregnancy, contact […]