Tongue Patch Diet

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The Tongue Patch Diet is a controversial weight loss procedure that involves stitching a small plastic mesh patch to the tongue, which makes it painful and difficult to eat solid food. The patch is meant to stay in place for up to one month, during which time the individual is required to consume a liquid diet. The procedure is not approved by the FDA and has been associated with risks such as infection, difficulty speaking, and difficulty breathing.

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