1. Lisa H Lisa H United States says:

    New study?  Give me a break.  I had gastric bypass surgery in 2003 and knew full well  back then that I would have food intolerance for the rest of my life for sugary food (it's called dumping syndrome, look it up), high fat foods and tough red meat.  I have found that I can only eat a perfectly cooked (meaning rare) filet mignon when it comes to steak (oh the horror!) and I avoid the sugary and high fat foods that got me in the position where I needed bypass surgery in the first place.  Isn't that one of the biggest reasons to having this type of surgery?  It was for me!  I was also warned about possibly developing GERD and having to have my gall bladder out (which I did), so this should is also not anything new.  These are all no brainers and if anyone complains, they either had very poor preparation for the surgery or didn't listen.  However, one thing I learned after the fact is that I can NEVER take NSAIDS like ibuprofen for the rest of my life for any length of time.  This study came out in 2007/2008 so I was not informed when I had my surgery.  Upon getting a tooth ache, I took ibuprofen for a weekend and ended up in the hospital with an ulcer which I am still healing from 2 months later.  Now THAT is news worth writing about, not this bs about food intolerance.

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