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Biliopancreatic Diversion

Since 1980 the jejunoileal bypass has been replaced with a more modern method, called biliopancreatic diversion of Scopinaro, named after its inventor, Dr. Nicola Scopinaro. Biliopancreatic Diversion's main objective is to limit the absorption of food.

This procedure is divided into several phases:

Initially about half the stomach is removed, which reduces the amount of food that can be ingested. As the dissection takes place horizontally, the natural output on the right disappears. A new outlet on the left of the stomach is constructed. The stomach will have a capacity of around 100 to 150cc.

Then, the major part of the small intestine is diverted. As in a gastric bypass procedure, the Scopinaro causes separation of food and digestive juices. Both parts of the small intestine are brought together into the ‘common loop’, at which the digestion and absorption of food takes place.
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Advantages of WLS Forte

The main advantage of WLS Forte, is that just one capsule per day is a great addition to your diet. Traditional multivitamins are not a sufficient addition to your diet; so multiple daily supplements are required.

In addition, another advantage of WLS Forte is that the smooth outer shell that makes it easy to swallow with a sip of water or sugar-free drink. Also, if required, the capsule can be opened and the contents taken with a little fruit puree.

By taking just 1 FitForMe WLS Forte per day, you easily supplement your post surgery diet.