For public health, obesity is a major health and social problem. Therefore science is made available to study, treat and prevent various factors related to this disease; so much so that a group of scientists who have researched weight-loss surgery would prevent obesity is inherited.
In recent decades, different techniques for weight loss surgery have been a solution for many people have improved their quality of life. These surgical interventions have been developed and improved over time. Nevertheless, because some studies have found that such surgeries would prevent inherited obesity.
According to this study, women who undergo surgical technique for weight loss could benefit children born after the mother has been operated. How? Well, although genes that are transmitted are the same, these affect the child differently.
This beneficial effect may be because there are factors within the uterus that affect regulators that develop in the genes of the fetus. Thus, chemical changes that alter the gene, which affect the health of the unborn child will occur.
The nutritional environment at an early age metabolism affects future development. Despite these benefits, we must not forget that not only genetic information that each person brings is important, but what you learn from the moment of birth.
Learn healthy eating habits are essential to have a better quality of life, and therefore it is necessary that the child acquires naturally through their family environment.
Obesity kills thousands of people worldwide. Consequences that this disease has on the body are fatal. Among these consequences may be mentioned heart disease, vascular diseases and metabolic diseases, such as diabetes, with all its complications.
Unfortunately, knowing that this disease has become a global epidemic, population, food industry and society in general have not taken real awareness of it, and reduced obesity just a cosmetic problem.
Different weight loss surgeries, such as gastric bypass or gastric band can be very effective for the treatment of obesity, but is necessary external and internal changes to make better use of these techniques.