Sports Palooza Radio: We Talk About the Mental & Physical Health of Our Athletes Scroll to minute 41:00 to listen to Dr. Nishi’s comments on this trend with professional athletes and also hear about Khalili Center for Bariatric Care’s passion for educating children in Los Angeles on healthy eating habits and being active.
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Weight loss surgery is a big money business, but they can ultimately save the healthcare system cash and save patients years of poor health — if they are ready to commit to changing their lives. If a bariatric procedure needs to be redone, doctors call it a revision. While that seldom happens anymore in operating rooms, […]
The recent news about sugar consumption with children via breakfast cereal is so alarming that it sounded a wake up call with medical professionals, academics, nutritionists and parents last week. Imagine putting 10 one-pound bags of sugar in front of your child and then asking them to eat that. They do this annually if […]
The Doctors go into the operating room with Khalili Center patient Angela and watch how surgeon Dr. Kai Nishi uses the robot to assist with her gastric bypass surgery. Click here to watch the video!
The Khalili Center’s Dr. Kai Nishi appears on this week’s edition of Dr. Lisa Masterson’s popular podcast Health in Heels. Dr. Nishi will be discussing the latest innovations in robotic surgery among other things. In addition to being one of the leading weight loss surgeons in the nation, Dr. Nishi is also a recognized authority […]
Keep an eye out for Dr. Nishi and the Khalili Center for Bariatric Care on NBC! Watch one of the spots below:
Geile’s story is an all too common one, with many professional football players, linemen in particular, encouraged to “eat to play,” in order to maintain the heavy weights the game demands. Upon retiring, many players discover that they’re unable to shed this excess weight. Far too many retired players find themselves with obese bodies, […]
Carbs are cheap food, and it’s no surprise that poorer children and families must live on these less quality calories to get by and survive. The result of public schools squeezed by budget cuts, having to eliminate physical education and shorten recess combined with poverty and fewer healthy options, has resulted in a growing […]
21st January 2014 by April Neale Courtesy of TLC Fat Chance: TLC’s My 600-lb Life: Video Clip for Tonight (1/21) How does someone become 600 pounds? It’s a loaded question, and one that invites criticism of committing the sin of fat shaming and discrimination. But still, at what point does someone stop the weight gain? […]
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