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Ayurveda And Obesity

Saturday, February 7, 2009 16:57 No Comments

Obesity Is A Condition In Which Individual Is Significantly Overweight. Excessive Body Fat Is Accumulated On The Belly, Buttocks, Breasts And   Thighs. This May Lead To Diabetes, Hypertension And Arthritis.In Simple Terms, Obesity Is Being More Than One-Fifth Overweight As Compared To The Normal Weight Range. Obesity Can Be Defined As Excessive Enlargement Of Body’s […]

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Ayurveda Tips To Reduce Obesity

Thursday, January 29, 2009 16:31 No Comments

Numerous Tips To Reduce Obesity Have Been Mentioned In Ayurveda: Exercise Like Brisk Walking, Jogging, Playing Out Door Games Etc Help To Reduce Weight. Physical Exertion Like Doing Housework, Walking To Bring Groceries, Vegetables Etc, Walking Long Distances To Collect Your Child From School, Walking To Work, Climbing Stairs. Exerting Physically As Much As You […]

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Physical Activity For Obesity

Thursday, January 29, 2009 16:25 No Comments

Determine The Type Of Physical Activity That Suits Your Life Style. Regular Aerobic Exercise Like Brisk Walking, Jogging Or Swimming, Is A Key Factor In Achieving Permanent Weight Loss And Improving Health Health Experts Recommend Exercising 30 Minutes Or More On All Days Of The Week For Maximum Benefits. The Exercises Should Be Moderately Vigorous […]

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Tips To Reduce Obesity

Thursday, January 29, 2009 16:19 No Comments

Determine Together With The Help Of Your Physician How Much Weight Needs To Be Reduced. Set Several Short Term Realistic Goals. Reward Yourself Each Time You Make Progress (Not Food Items) Even Small Weight Losses Have Shown To Be Beneficial. Make Gradual Changes In Eating Habits. You Will Lose Weight When You Burn More Calories […]

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According To Ayurveda The Obese Persons Are More Prone To The Following Diseases

Thursday, January 29, 2009 16:10 No Comments

Diabetes. Kidney Related Problems. Hepatitis. Low Libido. Low Energy Levels. Skin Problems. Fistula Piles. Filariasis . Etc You Can Consult Ayurvedguru At Www.Ayurvedguru.Com

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Health Risks Due To Obesity

Thursday, January 29, 2009 16:04 No Comments

Obesity Leads To The Following Problems Type-2 Diabetes. Heart Disease. High Blood Pressure. Stroke. Few Types Of Cancers. Gall Stones. Liver Diseases. Osteoarthritis. Gout. Infertility. Irregular Menstruation In Women. You Can Consult Ayurvedguru At Www.Ayurvedguru.Com

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Causes Of Obesity According To Ayurveda

Thursday, January 29, 2009 15:59 No Comments

The Causes Of Obesity Are Very Clearly Explained In Ayurveda. The Following Reasons Which Are Mentioned In Ayurveda Increase The Deposition Of Fat. ‘Avayamadivaaswapnashleshmalaaaharasevinaha Madhuroannarasaha Prayaha Snehamedhovivardhati’

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Causes Of Obesity

Thursday, January 29, 2009 15:53 No Comments

When A Person Consumes More Calories Than He Burns Up, Then The Excess Calories Get Stored In The Form Of Fat Causing Obesity. Genetic Factors: Obesity Tends To Run In Families. If Parents Are Fat Then The Offspring Also Show A Tendency To Accumulate Fat. Even The Diet And Lifestyle Habits Which Are Practiced In […]

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Body Fat

Thursday, January 29, 2009 15:47 No Comments

Women Have More Body Fat Than Men. In Women, The Fat Usually Accumulates Around The Hips Giving Them A Pear Shape. In Men It Accumulates Around The Belly Giving Them An Apple Shape. The Obesity Related Problems Start When Fat Accumulates Around The Waist. In Ayurveda The Distribution Of Fat Is Described As Follows: ’medastu […]

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Fat Is Necessary For Our Body?

Thursday, January 29, 2009 15:38 No Comments

A Certain Amount Of Body Fat Has The Following Functions Heat Insulation. Absorption Of Shock. Storage Of Energy. Ayurveda Describes The Functions Of Body Fat As “Medaha Sneha Swedaudhrudatwam Pushtim Asthyancha” This Means That Under Normal Conditions The Body Fat Keeps The Body Moisturized , Promotes Sweating , Provides Energy To The Body (By Storing […]

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