They say, "No pain, no gain," but a new weight-loss method turns that old saying on its head. Marlene Beltran weighed 169 pounds because, she told ABC News' Cecilia Vega, of her out-of-control appetite. These two women were about to have a hard plastic mesh sewn onto their tongues that would inflict pain if they tried to eat any solid food.


Patients go on a strict, 800-calorie-per-day liquid diet of shakes and low-calorie beverages until the patch is removed after one month. Studies show most extreme dieters who lose weight rapidly eventually gain it all back -- and more, he said. Paul Chugay, submitted to the American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery a study claiming that 70 percent of their patients lost an average of 16 pounds and kept it off for eight months.


Within hours of having the tongue patch removed, Lanuza enjoyed her favorite feast: Korean barbecue.



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