Obese People Are at a Higher Risk of Covid 19?

COVID-19 is now a pandemic affecting many countries globally. The recent study states that people with obesity are more likely than normal-weight people to have other diseases that are independent risk factors for severe COVID-19, including heart disease, lung disease, and diabetes. They are also prone to metabolic syndrome, in which blood sugar levels, fat levels, or both are unhealthy ...
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Diabetic Syndrome – The Sugar Sweet Condition

A healthy diet and daily exercise can prevent and postpone the onset of Type 2 Diabetes. While the world progresses in technology to ease our lifestyle, our dependency on it has drastically increased. As a result, today around 422 million people are affected by the diabetic condition – according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Nowadays, the symptoms of Type ...
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The Correlation Between Obesity and Knee Pain

Obesity and the knee pain have a strong connection as your knee gets all the burdens of your overall weight while you walk, run or stand. With each extra pound, the load will be four times on the knee joint. And that’s where the endless suffering of chronic knee pain begins. It doesn’t stop there. The pain grows and increases ...
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Child Obesity – Not To Be Ignored

Child Obesity is the most common problem in India with almost 10 million cases registered every year. In simple terms, it can here as excess body fat that negatively affects health. But, not all children with extra weight can be called overweight or obese, because every child has their own capacity to carry the different amount of body fat depending ...
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Bariatric Surgery – A godsend for today’s obese generation in Bangalore

Bangalore is regarded as the tech hub our country. Job opportunities over the last decade have increased so also the take home packages. At the same time number of working hours has drastically increased so is the work pressure. As people are out of the home for most of the time, eating out has become a very common feature. Due ...
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Are Mushrooms Good for Weight Loss?

Mushrooms are available and grow throughout the world. There are many kinds both edible and poisonous. Some edible mushrooms have a compound that gets converted into Vitamin D when exposed to UV lights. Although mushrooms are not vegetable, because of their texture and juicy nature, they can be replaced instead of meat in many vegetarian recipes. Calories for 100 gms ...
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Sprouts for Weight Loss

Consuming Whole grain is more beneficial to the body. This is a widely known fact and is recommended by almost all nutritionists and medical experts. What is surprising is the fact that the amount of nutrition in sprouts is much higher than even whole grains. Sprouts are whole grains that grow and germinate when soaked and left with the right ...
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Asparagus for Weight Loss

100 grams of Asparagus contain as low as 20 calories, dietary fiber of 2.1g, fat 0.1g, cholesterol 0mg, and protein of 2.2g. Asparagus is a perennial. The young shoots are used as a vegetable. 93% of asparagus is composed of water. It is also rich in Vitamin B, calcium, magnesium, zinc, beta-carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, thiamin, riboflavin, ...
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What does my weight have to do with Kidneys?

The question is “What does my weight have to do with Kidneys?” The simple answer being, more weight, more work for the kidneys to filter wastes from the body. Kidneys filter approximately 170 liters of blood every day. Obese people have a higher tendency to develop high blood pressure and diabetes, both of which lead to kidney disease or kidney ...
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Benefits of Barley You Probably Never Knew

Barley is one of the oldest grains cultivated in human civilization. And even to this day, it is found in most of the Indian households. Barley has many benefits when incorporated into the daily diet. One cup of barley has only 1gm of fat, and an impressive 10gms of protein and 6gms of fiber. High fiber content means one can ...
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