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Obesity Ayurvedic Remedies

According to both modern medicine and ayurvedic studies, obesity
occurs when excess fat accumulates. This accumulation of excess fat is
caused when a person consumes more calories in a day that person is
capable of burning. Among males, fat typically begins to form around the
stomach area, and in women, the fat usually forms in the field of
waste.

Obesity is known to be transmitted from generation to generation.

symptoms of obesity

  • Enlarged stomach, waist, thighs, and / or buttocks
  • Fatigue
  • Saggy breasts (women)

The long-term effects of obesity gone untreated include one or more of the following:

  • Diabetes
  • Cardiac
  • Ulcers
  • Clogged arteries
  • High cholesterol
  • Hypertension
  • Decline of the immune system

Regime change: Find a picture ayurvedic diet and
follow him daily. Ayurvedic diet include increased fruit and vegetables
and less white bread and other processed foods. In addition, the use of
vegetable oil instead of butter or margarine, drinking 8-10 glasses of
water a day, and use skim milk instead of whole milk. Also, when cooking
meat to be sure to cook, roast or boil them.

Also, a person affected by obesity should ensure they are using an
Ayurvedic physician for more information on this diet would be best for
the whole body fitness. For example, some people do not eat sugar at all
to reduce blood sugar. Others will reduce the amount of fatty food
taken to reduce cholesterol. Whatever the case may be a person, it is
important that the person follows the doctor’s orders about food. This
will be one of the most important factors that will contribute to the
ability of an obese person to lose weight.

It is also important to remember not only what to eat, but how to
eat. When you decide to eat, a person must make sure to eat 4-5 smaller
meals a day instead of 2-3 meals in a great day. This will help the body
digest food more in more detail and to better absorb nutrients.

Regularly Exercize: Everyone, especially the obese
should be sure to exercise for at least 30 minutes a day. Beginning of
the ruitine with stretching and walking is a great idea, and then to
make more vigorous aerobic exercizes. Instructions on how to do aerobic
exersize can be found at a video store or library.

Also, you can take a dance class, or play in a team sport. All the
above activities will help you burn calories and aid in weight
reduction.

Obesity home remedies

Honey: Mix one teaspoon of honey with two teaspoons of lime juice and pepper. Drink at least once a day.


Boiled water: Drink a glass of boiled water daily after a meal.


Ginger tea: Drink ginger tea 2-3 times a day.


Black pepper: food seasoning with black pepper will
reduce the need for salt and fat, and will always add flavor to foods.
This will also help reduce weight.


Cinnamon: This spice can act as a low-calorie
sweetener to help reduce the amount of sugar needed in a recipe. It also
adds a unique flavor to most recipes cookie.


Shudh Guggulu: Take Guggulu with a teaspoon of ginger and honey twice a day. This increases the metabolism of an organism.


Trifla: This is another food aid that contains
amalaki, and bibbitaki haritaki. This should be taken at least once a
day if you choose to use this supplement.


Raw or cooked cabbage: cabbage intake reduces the
conversion of sugars into fat. Therefore, eating a lot of that help
increase the body’s ability to metabolize fatty foods.


Vitamin B-12: Take a vitamin B-12 tablets at least
once a day. For more information on the use of vitamins, read the
instructions on the bottle of vitamins, and consult a physician for more
information. This vitamin also comes in dark green leafy vegetables, so
eat lots of these as often as possible.

Ayurvedic medicines for Obesity

When we follow the recommendations above food and participate in one
or more of Ayurvedic remedies, that person will be cured of obesity.

When he is not sure how to apply herbal remedies and diet pills, you
should seek medical ayurvedic which is formed to assist people in
determining the correct dose. This is especially true for children
inflicted with a disease, but it’s true for everyone. All medications
must be taken in the recommended guidelines.

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