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Natural Weight Reduction


1. Don’t skip your breakfast so that metabolism may not be slowed down.

2. Drink More water.

3. Eat spicy foods not oily.

4. Eat forest fruits which are good source of antioxidants & negative calory foods like berries Green Berry (Ber), Black Berry (Jamun), Goose Berry (amla), Mulberry (Shehtoot), Blue Berries (Falsa.

5. To maintain and increase weight loss, do some muscle building anaerobic exercises.

6. Have cinnamon (Daalchini) powder in warm water, 30 min before any meal.

7. Use Safflower Oil as it is a polyunsaturated fat which does not cause weight gain. It is associated with weight loss, decreased risk of heart disease & lower glucose levels. It increases the production of adiponectin harmone almost 20% more than the normal level which in turn causes fat burn. It also contains a special polyunsaturated fat called cis-linoleic acid. The cis-linoleic acid found in safflower oil stimulates the activity of brown fat – the type that’s more commonly found in children and people who are thin. When brown fat is activated by the cis-lineic acid, it burns off the more common form of fat in the body – white fat.

8. Eat papaya or vegetable soup as your dinner for 2-3 months.

9. Drink green tea or ginger tea as ginger is very effective in burning excessive fats.

Some research suggests that apple cider vinegar increase our metabolism, which helps us burn more calories even when we are resting. Therefore a simple weight loss home remedy is the following:

10. Mix 2 teaspoons of organic apple cider vinegar to 16 oz. of water. Take a few sips of this mixture throughout the day (don't drink it all at once).

Similar to Apple Cider Vinegar, Evening Primrose Oil can help stimulate our metabolism and cause our body to burn more calories. Therefore, a simple remedy to promote weight loss is to take a capsule of Evening Primrose Oil once per day followed by a daily 20-minute cardiovascular exercise routine.

Research has found that the combination of Green Tea and Caffeine can help to boost our metabolism as well as help to suppress our appetites. Therefore, an effective remedy for weight loss is to take a Green Tea supplement which contains 50mg of Caffeine and 90mg of EGCG (the active ingredient in Green Tea) three times per day (once before each meal).

Key Recommendations of Weight Loss Therapy


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  • Use the BMI to assess overweight and obesity. Body weight alone can be used to follow weight loss and to determine the effectiveness of therapy.
  • Use the BMI to classify overweight and obesity and to estimate relative risk of disease compared to normal weight.
  • The waist circumference should be used to assess abdominal fat content.
  • The initial goal of weight-loss therapy should be to reduce body weight by about 10 percent from baseline. With success, and if warranted, further weight loss can be attempted.
  • Weight loss should be about 1 to 2 pounds per week for a period of 6 months, with the subsequent strategy based on the amount of weight lost.
  • Low-calorie diets (LCD) for weight loss in overweight and obese persons. Reducing fat as part of an LCD is a practical way to reduce calories.
  • Reducing dietary fat alone without reducing calories is not sufficient for weight loss. However, reducing dietary fat, along with reducing dietary carbohydrates, can help reduce calories.
  • Physical activity should be part of a comprehensive weight loss therapy and weight control program because it (1) modestly contributes to weight loss in overweight and obese adults, (2) may decrease abdominal fat, (3) increases cardio respiratory fitness, and (4) may help with maintenance of weight loss.
  • Physical activity should be an integral part of weight-loss therapy and weight maintenance. Initially, moderate levels of physical activity for 30 to 45 minutes, 3 to 5 days a week, should be encouraged. All adults should set a long-term goal to accumulate at least 30 minutes or more of moderate-intensity physical activity on most, and preferably all, days of the week.
  • The combination of a reduced-calorie diet and increased physical activity is recommended, because it produces weight loss that also may result in decreases in abdominal fat and increases in cardiorespiratory fitness.
  • Weight-loss and weight-maintenance therapy should employ the combination of LCDs, increased physical activity, and infrared therapy.
  • After successful weight loss, the likelihood of weight-loss maintenance is enhanced by a program consisting of regular infrared therapy & physical activity which should be continued.