Ayurveda for weight loss

Ayurvedic Take On Weight Loss!

By Dr. Ashwini Vivek Mulye, Ayurveda The ideal body mass index (BMI) is 18.5-25 Kg/m2. But, if the BMI is 30 or more than that, then the person is classified as “obese”. In fact, if a person’s BMI is over 25 kg/m2, then he or she is considered to be overweight. Being…

Weight Loss – Can Ayurveda Manage It?

By Dr. Rajshree G Chavan, Ayurveda The ideal body mass index (BMI) is 18.5-25 Kg/m2. But, if the BMI is 30 or more than that, then the person is classified as “obese”. In fact, if a person’s BMI is over 25 kg/m2, then he or she is considered to be overweight. Being…

Weight Loss And Ayurveda – Know How Can It Help!

By Dr. Amarjit Singh Jassi, Ayurveda The ideal body mass index (BMI) is 18.5-25 Kg/m2. But, if the BMI is 30 or more than that, then the person is classified as “obese”. In fact, if a person’s BMI is over 25 kg/m2, then he or she is considered to be overweight. Being…

Losing Weight – Know Ayurvedic Way For It!

By Dr. Vaidya Shikha Prakash, Ayurveda The ideal body mass index (BMI) is 18.5-25 Kg/m2. But, if the BMI is 30 or more than that, then the person is classified as “obese”. In fact, if a person’s BMI is over 25 kg/m2, then he or she is considered to be overweight. Being…

How Cow Urine Helps In Weight Loss?

By Dr. Harshita Sethi, Ayurveda When the fat accumulation within the human body goes above a certain limit (more than 30% fat in females and 25% in males), it is classified as a chronic disorder of obesity. Obesity can be measured by the level of Body Mass Index (B.M.I.). If your B.M.I.…

Weight Loss – Know Ayurvedic Tips To Help You!

By Swapnadeep Ayurveda, Ayurveda The ideal body mass index (BMI) is 18.5-25 Kg/m2. But, if the BMI is 30 or more than that, then the person is classified as “obese”. In fact, if a person’s BMI is over 25 kg/m2, then he or she is considered to be overweight. Being overweight or…

How Ayurveda Helps In Weight Loss?

By Bhujbale’s Ayurveda & Piles Clinic, Ayurveda, The ideal body mass index (BMI) is 18.5-25 Kg/m2. But, if the BMI is 30 or more than that, then the person is classified as “obese”. In fact, if a person’s BMI is over 25 kg/m2, then he or she is considered to be overweight.…

The Ayurveda Approach To Obesity

By Dr. Vikas Nagi, Ayurveda,  When the fat accumulation within the human body goes above a certain limit (more than 30% fat in females and 25% in males), it is classified as a chronic disorder of obesity. Obesity can be measured by the level of Body Mass Index (B.M.I.). If your B.M.I.…

Ayurveda Tips for Weight Loss!!

By Dr. Ramanath Prabhu , Sexology The ideal body mass index (BMI) is 18.5-25 Kg/m2. But, if the BMI is 30 or more than that, then the person is classified as “obese”. In fact, if a person’s BMI is over 25 kg/m2, then he or she is considered to be overweight. Being…

Ayurveda for Weight Loss

By Dr Satish Sawale , Ayurveda The ideal body mass index (BMI) is 18.5-25 Kg/m2. But, if the BMI is 30 or more than that, then the person is classified as “obese”. In fact, if a person’s BMI is over 25 kg/m2, then he or she is considered to be overweight. Being…