weight loss

Homeopathy To Aid Weight Loss!

By Dr. Nidhi Pandya, Homeopathy Being overweight may lead to a number of health complications, such as increasing your chances of heart disorders and diabetes. It is recommended to reevaluate your diet to see what foods are contributing to your weight gain. There are various homeopathic remedies that aid in weight loss,…

Rapid Weight Loss – What Can Cause It?

By Prana – Centre For Integrative Medicine, Multi Speciality Nowadays, obesity has become a common issue due to unhealthy lifestyles and this requires immediate attention. A healthy weight is imperative for a good living. Similarly, a sudden drop in weight is also an indication of ill health and has serious repercussions. There…

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…

Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty ( ESG) – Know More About It!

By Dr. Tulip Chamany, Bariatrics This is a weight loss procedure wherein the whole surgery is performed and completed via an endoscope –a tube with a camera introduced through the mouth into the stomach. The indications for ESG are weight loss in those who have class I  and to an extent classes…

Weight Loss – Can Negative Calorie Diet Help?

By Dt. Sweta Gattani, Dietitian/Nutritionist What are negative calorie foods? The concept of consuming negative-calorie foods is catching up as a popular weight loss aid. According to sources, negative-calorie foods are certain food items which when consumed burn more calories than they contain. The theory behind calling certain foods negative-calorie is…

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…

Is It Normal To Have Weight Loss Suddenly?

By Dr. Deepak Sharma, General Physician Nowadays, obesity has become a common issue due to unhealthy lifestyles and this requires immediate attention. A healthy weight is imperative for a good living. Similarly, a sudden drop in weight is also an indication of ill health and has serious repercussions. There are many causes…

Belly Fat – 7 Proven Ways To Burn It Effectively!

By Dr. Bhavna Gandhi, Dietitian/Nutritionist With age, especially during late twenties or early thirties and beyond, it is almost an accepted fact that you will grow fat in the middle. Belly fat affects both men and women with bulging waistlines. This however, is just more than unsightly, as belly fat increases the chance of heart…

Dieting – How To Start With It?

By Dt. Anamika Jindal, Dietitian/Nutritionist Dieting is a lifestyle change that can do wonders for not just your health, but your mind as well. But it might happen that dieting fails to give you desirable results. Here are certain things you should know before you start dieting that will help you achieve…