Ayurveda for weight loss

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…