Physical exercise may minimize bariatric surgery-induced bone loss

A supervised, multicomponent physical training program was associated with bone mass benefits for adults who had bariatric surgery, according to findings published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research.“Bariatric surgery is the best available treatment for severe obesity, but it also presents drawbacks, such as an accelerated bone deterioration,” Florencio Diniz-Sousa, MSc, of the Research Centre in Physical Activity, Health and Leisure at the University of Porto, Portugal, told Healio. “Our findings showed that a structured exercise program may be a valid treatmentRead More

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