WEIGHT LOSS

About Weight Loss

The obvious truth: Slimming down isn't fun, but it doesn't have to be hell. Learn these weight loss tenets and long-term success will follow.


Your weight-loss program doesn’t have to be a grim regimen of cutting calories and exercising an hour a day to lose a pound a week. Instead, try embracing Ayurveda, the ancient Indian healing system for the mind, body and spirit. Ayurveda, or “the science of life,” offers a holistic program to achieve perfect health and ideal weight by balancing all elements of your life.


What is a weight loss?

Weight loss, in the context of medicine, health, or physical fitness refers to reduction of the total body mass, due to a mean loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue and/or lean mass, namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon, and other connective tissue.

Causes of Weight Gain

Eating more calories than one uses each day, either by consuming extra calories than is typical or by being less physically active, increases weight. Increasing the percentage of protein in one's diet can also cause a weight gain, especially when combined with working out to gain muscle. Depression, certain medications and illnesses can also cause weight gain.

How can I reduce 'Weight'?

Here is some steps to reduce 'Weight'

1- How You Eat Is As Important As What You Eat.
2- Meal Skipping, Juice Fasts, and Crash Diets Will Backfire. Always.
3- Protein, Produce, and Plant-Based Fats Are Your Weight-Loss Trinity.
4- There's a Right Way to Exercise.
5- Don't Overreact to Mild Hunger.

you will enjoy eating a properly balanced diet consisting of fruits, vegetables, meats, eggs, starches, dairy and fats. There are some foods and beverages that are restricted during your weight loss period.
Your age, sex, medical condition, activity level and degree of obesity will determine the rate at which you lose your weight. Internal studies have shown that healthy clients who follow their personalized nutritional program, lose an average of 3.3 pounds per week.
Not exactly. Running a mile burns roughly 26 percent more calories than walking a mile. Running burns roughly 2.3 times more calories than the same total time spent walking
Hunger is a natural body response, indicating a need to eat. Much of what we perceive as hunger can often be attributed to other experiences: thirst, boredom, anxiety, or excitement, for example. While a certain degree of hunger is to be expected when the amount of calories is decreased, our program works with you to help you to learn to differentiate true hunger from other experiences and to eat an appropriate amount to satisfy that hunger.