5 Every Day Blunders That Are Not Allowing You To Shed Extra Pounds

We are often in a misconception when it comes to following weight loss guidelines. Being confident of the fact that we are making a decent effort to lose weight, we actually end up putting up additional pounds just because we are unaware of the harm that we are doing to ourselves. Here are some of the common mistakes that we do everyday: Mistake 1: Eating Amnesia When a person unknowingly puts his hand in his mouth to munch something while watching television or reading a book, the term is said to be ‘eating amnesia’. For most of us it is common to munch pop corn or some other snacks while we are busy watching a movie or reading a book. One should try not to fall under eating amnesia and stay aloof from it as pop corn and other snacks are full of calories Mistake 2: Choice of Add-ons One common misconception about weight loss is that people often think

5 best suggestion from Bariatric Care India

The problem with excess fat is that if often lands you up in a lot of trouble. You are unable to move fast, you run out of energy very soon and most importantly, you are soon going to join the league of diabetic patients. Under such an alarming condition, you should be catching up with Bariatric Care India in order to regain your slim shape. Here are some of the best suggestions that the existing patients have shared with us: 1)    Drink lots of water: The first rule of losing weight quickly is to drink water. Drinking water at regular intervals allows you to maintain hydration in your body. However, it should be ensured that water is consumed in limited quantities, say 150 to 200 ml per dose. .2)    Prefer Liquid Diet: Liquid diet is the best way to prepare your body for shedding extra pounds. Liquid diet allows your body to get nutrients, but not fat. In this way, the

Approaching Obesity Surgery in India- 2015

Obesity Surgery in India has become an indispensable tool for institutes who offer health care solution. Today about 5% of India’s population suffer from obesity, third in the world after USA and China. Modern day obesity consultants prefer their patients to undergo obesity surgery because it offers quick results and reduces the chances of health related problems in future. However, there are certain areas which an obese person should acknowledge. Pre-Surgery Preparation Most of the patients are in the opinion that obesity surgery is going to eliminate maximum fat from their bodies, as a result, they have the liberty to consume as much of junk food as they want. However, this is a misconception for obese patients. The patients are asked to be on a liquid diet before they go for an obesity surgery. Putting a patient on a liquid diet allows the patient to start his weight loss program. Moreover, with a liquid diet the size of the liver also

What is BMI?

BMI is an abbreviation for Body Mass Index. The index takes into account the weight and height of a person for the purpose of determining his current health status. By using this index, one can compute whether a person is underweight, overweight or fit. Bariatric Surgery Consultants often make use of this tool to guide their patients in weight loss programs. Computation of BMI BMI can be computed in two different ways. On one hand, there is the Metric system and on the other hand, there is the Imperial system. The Metric System uses kilograms (kgs) and meters (m) input for the purpose of computation and the Imperial system uses pounds (lbs) and inches input for the purpose of computation. Additionally, the formula for BMI under metric system is computed by dividing the weight of a person by the whole square of his height. Whereas, the formula for BMI under imperial system multiplies the weight of person by 703 and

3 common myths about Obesity Surgery in India – 2015

Obesity Surgery in India has remained as a controversial topic for most of the people. Many people in India are of the opinion that obesity surgery is a risky affair and can create a lot of problems for the patient in the long run. However, most of the claims are either not relevant or are just myths. Here are 3 common myths which exist in respect of obesity surgery till date: Myth 1: There is a high risk in obesity surgery When it comes to obesity surgery, there is hardly any risk involved. During the 1970s era technology was not advanced and the surgeons were less experienced, therefore, it resulted in varied results. But, in today’s world technology has set a new benchmark for itself and with laparoscopic surgery on offer, it is only a matter of hours before a patient gets back normal life. Myth 2: Obesity Surgery means complete bed rest for weeks Laparoscopic Surgery is boon for

Obesity Surgery Myths Busted: It is Safe!

Obesity in general occurs in various forms. For mildly obese and overweight patients, the best fat-loss treatment is through appropriate exercise, diet, nutrition and therapy. However, for people suffering from morbid obesity and for who diet and exercise seems to be of no help, Obesity surgery can be a valid option. Obesity surgery consultants also recommend the surgery to those patients who are obese and also suffer from conditions such as hypertension, high pressure as well as diabetes. Obesity surgery not only helps in reducing exponential fat from the body, it is also responsible for improving the life-span and overall quality of life. The hormonal changes induced during obesity treatment are known in correcting appetite and diseases. For obese patients keeling on the surgery option, it is best to get recommended from experienced obesity surgery consultants. Most of the big hospitals and sophisticated clinics boast bariatric surgery consultants who not only provide sound information and recommendation on surgery as well

Bariatric Surgery and its benefits

Bariatric surgery can be defined as the process of fat reduction from the body through surgical procedures. Bariatric surgery or weight-loss surgery is performed patients wherein other methods for fat reduction such as exercises, diets, calorie management and therapy have proved to be ineffective. Apart from that, bariatric surgery consultants also share some of the key conditions in obese patients that qualify them for undergoing bariatric surgery. Bariatric surgery is the best option for patients having BMI above 32 coexisting with a co-morbid disease such as diabetes, hypertension, reflux, joint problems and heart diseases. If a person has a BMI index more than 34, then that person is also qualified for the surgery even if they do not have any signs of co-morbid disease. Bariatric surgery can also be conducted on those patients having a BMI of 30 but a failed weigh-reduction history for more than a year. Other patients who are applicable for bariatric surgery according to trained bariatric

Weight Reduction Surgery: An Insight

Obesity is one of the major lifestyle diseases that have become an epidemic issue for the entire globe. While the initial target was western society, it is quickly percolated to the other parts of the world, majorly due to globalization, modernization and increased economic conditions. Evidences have also proved that obesity can result in various associated diseases. Apart from that, it is significantly related to high mortality and morbidity. Weight reduction surgery, often referred as bariatric surgery, is generally the last option for treating patients who are morbidly obese. Obesity is considered life-threatening when a patient’s BMI index is more than 40 or when the BMI index is 35 but accompanied with other serious health issue such as high pressure or type 2 diabetes. Medical studies have proved that for these patients, diet, exercises or liposuction are not going to be completely effective. Therefore, in these conditions weight reduction surgery is the best option for quick and significant reduction of excess

Fat Loss Surgery India makes a New Beginning

Indians are facing a new endemic issue of obesity for the last three decades. While the nation has been known for its high volume of malnourished people, a new category of over nourished or over-weight individuals is evolving, leading to the lifestyle disease known as obesity. It is also surprising to know that obese people are not only confined to high-end classes but also upper middle and middle income group society. The major reason attributed to the increased number of obese population in India is globalization, sedentary lifestyle, lack of time for a healthy diet and shift from home cooked food to processed and street food. It has been estimated that almost 5-7 percent of the total Indian population is suffering from obesity. Another shocking revelation is that obesity is not only confined to adults or middle aged people, but is gripping youths and children as well. In general, people having BMI more than 30 or 35 and having certain

Bid Obesity Farewell by Opting for Weight Loss Surgery

With the problems due to obesity increasing day by day, every heavy person wants to lose weight. There are many ways of shedding some pounds from the body, but majority of the strategies require a lot of consistent efforts and time. So, how can you lose some weight quickly? The most favorable solution is opting for obesity surgery. If you’re not quite familiar with the process, here’s all you need to know about this surgery. What is Weight Loss Surgery? It is the surgery that cuts down excess pounds from your body by managing your digestive organs such as stomach. There are various types of weight loss surgeries; namely, restrictive surgery and Malabsorptive surgery. The restrictive surgery reduces the size of your stomach and slows down your digestion procedure. The malabsorptive surgery shrinks your stomach and removes your digestive tract so that your body doesn’t absorb calories. The selection of weight loss surgery depends upon the current state of