Weight loss ayurveda

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…

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…

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.…

Ayurveda and Weight Loss!

By Dr. Hiren Raval, Ayurveda Weight loss is the most common concern in the present day and not only for the reason of looking good. People these days are realizing how important being healthy is. We are constantly being presented or bombarded with information and advice on the best diet or…

Using Bottle Gourd for Weight Reduction

By Dr Jyoti Monga, Ayurveda In Indian cuisine, Bottle Gourd i.e. Lauki is a staple item that is used in every household. It is a vegetable with a white spongy pulp with a smooth, pale and waxy green surface. A large number of people consume the juice of the Lauki as it…

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…