Obesity has now become one of the most common concerns for mankind. If not controlled at the right time, it may lead to a lot of other health issues which might pose a threat to your life. Diabetes It is often seen that people who are obese get affected by Type-II Diabetes. Obesity causes a person to become insulin resistance due to which sugar level rises and makes him further diabetic. Cholesterol When the fats found in your bloodstream go out of balance, it leads to high cholesterol. People who are obese are most likely to get affected with High Cholesterol. It can only be controlled through weight loss and by keeping a check on your diet. High Blood Pressure An obese person has an extra amount fat in the body. These fat tissues need excess oxygen and force the heart to pump more blood. The increased flow of the blood creates a pressure on the walls of the arteries that leads to an increase in blood pressure levels. To bring down the pressure level, it is important to control your weight and stay fit. Heart Disease Being obese, blocks the arteries and reduces the flow of blood to the … Continue reading 5 health issues related to obesity →
Almost all of us would agree that losing weight is not an easy task. In fact, repeated failures can make one anxious. And even if you are fortunate in losing that extra weight, you might gain them back. It is possible to lose weight steadily and maintain it for a long time, however, certain lifestyle changes are needed to achieve it. For those who are trying to lose weight after an extended spree of binging, detoxification is the suggested course of action. In case you are on the look-out for quick results, our experienced doctors and nutritionists can help you lose almost 2 kilos per week. Here are some tips you can try following to kick start your metabolism. Say No to Carbohydrates A high carb diet can be a big issue and probably one of the primary reasons for your weight gain. Start by eliminating carbohydrate for atleast 2 weeks when you want to see visible results. Avoid all forms of white rice, refined flours or any kind of fast food. Also, completely avoid sugar or related foods. Start on high protein Load up on protein. It is very important for achieving healthy and effective weight loss. Make sure … Continue reading Lose upto 2 Kgs in a week →
Weight loss goes beyond dieting and working out. Many factors could either aid or hamper weight loss. Here are 5 factors that could affect your weight. It’s in your genes Your genes are the answer to all your weight loss woes. Your genes can tell you if you are prone to weight gain or not, and what type of diet and exercise will best suit you. Lose weight, boost memory It is seen that people who are on a weight loss program are able to improve on their memory also. The entire procedure of losing weight alters your brain activity since obesity is closely connected to poor memory. Reach out to peppermint Peppermint is like a magic wand if you really want to lose weight. Smelling peppermint curbs your hunger and makes you less prone to binge on calorie laden food items. Bye-bye stress Stress is a big NO if you want to shrink your waistline. Stress makes you crave for rich foods, especially those with high sugar content. So the foremost thing that you need to do is get yourself rid of stress. More sleep, less weight If you are looking out for the cheapest treatment for weight loss … Continue reading 5 things you need to know about weight loss →
Along with managing stress and losing weight, one has to follow a nutritious diet. There are a number of foods that help keep your blood pressure in check and there are some that raise it. Let’s take a look! Eat More Fruits & Vegetables Studies show that switching to a vegetarian diet has a magical effect on blood pressure. There is obviously something in plant food that helps depress blood pressure. Fruits are concentrated with potassium, vitamin C, sodium and loads of soluble fiber, all of which are blood pressure lowering agents. Make sure you eat generous amounts of vitamin C found in fresh fruits and vegetables. People not doing so are more prone to high blood pressure. Vitamin C supplements may help but only to a certain extent. There are other factors in natural substances too, which play a major role. Garlic It is known as a vasodilator. It dilates blood vessels and lowers blood pressure. It contains adenosine, a compound, which promotes vasodilatation and is also a muscle relaxant. Both raw and cooked garlic benefit blood pressure. But raw garlic is more potent and hence proves more beneficial. Just three months of consuming two cloves of chopped raw … Continue reading 9 foods that help you keep BP at bay →
Man has made amazing progress over the years and in all areas, things are constantly improving. However, the quality of food eaten in urban cities all over the world has worsened. Cholesterol; a national problem The urban population has turned to eating more refined foods and refined sugars that remove essential nutrients from our food supply and cause a whole range of degenerative diseases. It is this nutrient deprived type of food that plays havoc with our system and upsets the ability of our body to handle cholesterol correctly. Cholesterol by itself is an essential substance, and it is harmless as long as it doesn’t get organised. Increasing number of free radical are produced in the body due to pollution stress, and everyday metabolic procedures of our bodies. These free radicals oxidize cholesterol and start the process of heart disease. Antioxidants are your friends When we are adequately nourished we can control the free radicals by a series of nutrients and enzymes known as antioxidants. Antioxidants are found in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, whole pulses, legumes, nuts and seeds. A well nourished body can prevent oxidation of fat with the help of antioxidants like, vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, … Continue reading Strategies for Reducing Cholesterol →
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