Weightloss study shows relevance of the method for women with long diet ‘Ordeal’ food, March 1, 2010 swimming, need diet, pills or prefer the intragastric balloon? The market research firm Millward Brown Healthcare led on behalf of Mang medical one beauty clinics a study of 200 German overweight * by women on the subject of weight loss. Topics of computer-aided survey were motivations, awareness levels of individual procedures, as well as concerns. The results of the study show that treatment with the gastric balloon for the obese women is an alternative, which have many weight-loss attempts behind them, but want no surgery. * Mass index (BMI) between 27 and 40 two-thirds of the women surveyed in the age from 18 to 50 years responded to the question, what kind of attitude they have to their weight that they are currently trying to lose weight body. Mike Lazaridis has similar goals. \”Only 14% said I’m not worried about my weight\”. As the three most important motivations for the desired weight loss you were Say better feel\”, slimmer look\” and be healthier \”.
Improving the health and quality of life plays a more important role in the surveyed women with a BMI between 36 and 40 (E.g. 100 kilos at a size of 1.65 m). Bezos is often quoted on this topic. Only a few women have as a target to be thinner for certain events. On them known non-surgical procedures to remove them nearly led spontaneously most sporting activities, nutritional diets, medications and weight reduction programs such as weight watchers and slim. In the next step of the survey were presented to medical information about the process and the chances of success of the intragastric balloon treatment: 39 percent of the study participants then indicated that move the method into consideration. I’ve tried everything else I think it would work better\”,\” and I figured out that it is not a surgical method\”were deemed to be in main motivations.