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Cardiovascular disease risk is increasingly found in morbidly obese people. Often obesity clubbed with hypertension, type 2 diabetes, increased triglyceride levels & decreased HDL cholesterol (HDL-C) levels are at high risk of Cardiovascular Diseases. Some interesting findings were made when 19 morbidly obese women who had undergone Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass(type of Bariatric Surgery) were evaluated for changes in their HDL-Triglyceride, lipids & lipoprotein cholesterol. Insulin levels & Plasma Glucose levels

Metabolic Syndrome refers to the risk factors which will make a person prone to stroke, heart disease and diabetes. Any abnormality in the metabolic activity might lead to metabolic syndrome. A person having any of the following symptoms is said to have Metabolic Syndrome High Blood Pressure Blood pressure levels indicate the amount of stress our heart is subject to, high blood pressure levels is indicative of cardiac problems. High triglyceride level Triglycerides are kind