By Katie MettlerFor The Washington PostIf you have a family member with anorexic or bulimic disorder, it might be worth considering gastric bypass surgery.
It’s a safe, effective treatment for a disorder that can cause vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea, and even heart attacks.
But it’s also a costly option for those who have already gone through the surgery.
That’s why doctors and hospitals in the United States are working to reduce the number of gastric-bypass surgeries and create safer options for people with the disorder.
But the surgery isn’t always a sure-fire way to go.
It might take years for the gastric system to fully recover, and a person who has surgery may not regain a sense of control of his or her body.
It can also be a risky option for people who have been eating poorly, may have heart problems, or who have diabetes.
And that’s why it’s so important to get accurate information about the risks and benefits of surgery before going ahead.
The best way to determine whether a gastric procedure is right for you is to talk to your doctor and your family physician, according to Dr. Joseph M. Schulze, chairman of the Gastroenterological Department at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City and the author of “The Gastric Bypass Surgery: A Critical Update.”
The surgery is usually performed by an ophthalmic surgeon or a plastic surgeon, and there’s no way to know if surgery will improve your health or your weight.
So for now, your best option is to speak to your health care provider.
Schulze recommends speaking to your primary care doctor or gastroenterologist about gastric surgery and the risks, such as complications.
If you’re not sure, ask your primary-care doctor about it, as well as your primary nutritionist and other health-care providers.
But while gastric procedures are the only treatment options for a patient with an eating disorder, there are other options.
For example, you can lose weight, lose weight in a healthy way, and feel better with exercise.
You can also eat a diet that is low in carbohydrates, high in fiber, and contains plenty of fruits and vegetables, and have a regular exercise program, says Dr. Sarah Bierut, an assistant professor of medicine at Yale University School of Medicine.
For some people, this approach can work well for a while, and some may feel better even after they stop eating.
Dr. David Katz, an associate professor of nutrition and exercise science at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, says that for some people with eating disorders, a diet high in carbohydrates or fat may help them lose weight and stop having stomach upsets.
But Katz says that there’s really no evidence that eating these diets can help a person with an obesity disorder lose weight.
Katz says that eating a healthy, balanced diet may help you lose weight by increasing the levels of certain nutrients and micronutrients in your body.
For instance, you might eat a high-fiber, high-protein diet and then try to reduce those amounts in your diet.
But he cautions against using these strategies too often, because it can be difficult to keep weight off.
The best thing to do, he says, is to follow a simple, moderate-intensity diet, which can help you maintain weight and improve your metabolism.
Katz also suggests that you do the same exercise regimen, and to avoid eating too much sugar, which may also contribute to weight gain.
But as with any weight-loss diet, there’s a caveat.
While eating a diet low in carbs and fat might help you stay off weight, it also might be harmful.
For many people, an eating problem or eating disorder doesn’t just result from eating too little.
It can also cause weight gain and obesity.
For people with a problem with food, this means that they may not eat enough calories or that they have an excess of fat or carbohydrates.
Katz says he sees a lot of cases of this with people with an addiction to alcohol or drugs, or with eating disorder patients.
If you’re struggling with weight, Katz says, there may be a lot to be concerned about.
But if you’ve been living the lifestyle of someone with an excessive weight, and you’re happy to stick with it, Katz thinks it’s best to get help.
“It’s important to know that eating disorders are not caused by overeating or overeating too much,” Katz says.
“They’re not caused because they’re binge-eating or using drugs or anything like that.
It could be something more fundamental.”