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1/2 cup of boiled mature soybeans contains 149 calories, 17 grams of protein, and 2.6 grams of fiber. Soy is rich in protein which can be taken advantage of. Green soya beans are called Edamame. They can be part of a weight loss diet since 1/2 cup contains only 95 calories, and a good 4…

Say a person weighing 100 kgs jumps rope at a slow pace with less than 100 skips/min and the type of skips is two- foot skip with a rhythmic bounce for 30 min, then that person loses approximately 450- 460 calories per session. With consistent jumping, one might see great results. Jumping rope not only…

Bariatric Surgery

When & Why do people decide to get a Bariatric surgery? 1. Last attempt: After diligently slogging on the treadmill for months, and sometimes years, all that flab still does not convert to muscle. After dieting and trying all kinds of happening diets, and still the scale does not reduce a tiny point. 2. Childhood…

Did you know that Cabbage has benefits for weight loss? 100 gms of cabbage has 1.  93% water 2.  Calories 25 3.  2.5 g fiber 4.  0.1 g fat 5.  Low / No Glycemic Index There are many kinds of diets for quick weight loss followed by people. Including cabbage in your diet plan is…

Weight Loss

236 ml of iced tea with sweetener contains 15 calories, or 236 ml of carbonated fizzy drink contains approximately 100 calories. Health benefits of tea is widely known. For people who don’t like drinking plain water, iced tea is a great option. It keeps you hydrated, contains a lot of antioxidants & some research states…

You’d probably eat less if you felt full after eating a small amount of food. That’s exactly what bariatric surgery does and why it helps people lose weight. Bariatric surgery enhances weight loss in obese people who have not achieved long-term success with other weight loss attempts. Bariatric surgery reduces the stomach’s storage capacity, which…

obesity specialist in Bangalore

Obesity is now a global pandemic that continues to accelerate despite the often Herculean efforts by afflicted individuals to lose weight. These efforts are thwarted by a physiological system that regulates body weight in a manner analogous to that by which a thermostat controls ambient temperature. For each individual, there is a highly genetically influenced…

  Body “fat” overall gets a bad reputation, especially visceral fat that is known to increase the risk for health problems like diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Few of us would ever want to purposefully increase our fat stores, considering “excess dysfunctional adipose tissue” (extra fat!) is considered a major risk factor for dozens of diseases…