Citizen Television presenter has recounted his experience with weight loss, which included a gastric bypass operation.
According to him, he made the decision to have the operation done since it provides a lasting answer and has helped him become more disciplined in his pursuit of fitness.
Despite working with incredible fitness gurus, the Citizen TV anchor claims that going to the gym did not work out for him.
To put a stop to the misconceptions surrounding his weight loss, Willis Raburu, better known as Bazu, claims he has publicly discussed both his weight loss journey and the medical operation he underwent.
"I completed the procedure while having fun at Nairobi Bariatric. I want to disprove the notion that weight reduction therapy is almost forbidden in this nation despite the fact that it is quite successful", Raburu said.
That's a path towards a healthier nation, and insurance firms can assist enable it, said Willis to Citizen Digital.
He continued by saying that the procedure aids in weight loss because it lowers a person's caloric intake.
During a gastric bypass, a tiny pouch is made at the top of the stomach using surgical staples. Once attached to your small intestine, the pouch skips the remainder of your stomach.
This implies that it will take less food to fill you up and that you will assimilate less calories from the food you eat.
Raburu revealed in an online interview that he had gained 164 kg, which had caused health issues like high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
We wish him all the best.
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