Weight Loss

Weight loss is reduction of the total body mass, by a mean loss of fluid, body fat (adipose tissue), or lean mass (namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon, and other connective tissue). Weight loss is a decrease in body weight resulting from either voluntary (diet, exercise) or involuntary (illness) circumstances.

1.Sleeping Too Little—Or Too Much

2.Too Many Tiny Meals

3.Taking a Seat—All Day Long

4.Overdoing Alcohol

5Turning to Snacks When You’re Stressed Out

6.Thyroid Problems

7.Prescription Drugs Can Cause Weight Gain

8.Nighttime Eating 

1.Eat a high protein breakfast. 

2.Avoid sugary drinks and fruit juice.

3.Drink water before meals.

4.Choose weight-loss-friendly foods.

5.Drink coffee or tea. Caffeine consumption can boost your metabolism 

6.Base your diet on whole foods. They’re healthier, more filling, and much less likely to cause overeating than processed foods.

7.Eat slowly. Eating quickly can lead to weight gain over time, while eating slowly makes you feel more full and boosts weight-reducing hormones 

8.Get good quality sleep. Sleep is important for many reasons, and poor sleep is one of the biggest risk factors for weight gain.

  • Potato chips.
  • Other potatoes.
  • Sugar-sweetened beverages.
  • Unprocessed red meats.
  • Processed meats.  

Some Ayurveda advocates recommend these botanical or herbal remedies to aid with weight loss.

  • punarnava.
  • aloe vera.
  • ajwain.
  • lemon-honey.
  • pepper (piperine)
  • ginger-garlic lemon. 
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