Natural Weight Loss Remedies - Ayurveda
Being overweight or even morbidly obese seems to be quite a common problem worldwide. Ayurveda,
perhaps more a methodology, is considered a good natural way to lose weight. It breaks human bodies into
two categories - the very thin and the very fat. Fat bodies struggle with more diseases like high blood
pressure, diabetes, arthritis, and gall bladder problems.
The main philosophy behind Ayurveda is the belief that being over-weight is due mainly to overeating,
irregular eating habits and not properly balancing meals. To that end, they highly recommend natural
weight loss home remedies - a diet you can easily follow at home. Please remember, even this approach
recommends exercising regularly.
Ayurveda promotes using more fruits and green veggies, avoid too much salt, and avoid fat rich dairy
products, meat and non-vegetarian foods. Use dry ginger, cinnamon, and black pepper (fat burners). Avoid
rice and potatoes, but go with a wheat based cereal. Eat bitter gourd, and take honey as it mobilizes fat
deposits (10 gms daily in hot water with 1 tsp of lemon juice). Try a lime/honey fast to keep energy levels
up. Juice of half a lime, 1 tsp fresh honey in lukewarm water at regular intervals. Cabbage is touted for
inhibiting the conversion of sugar and other carbs into fat. Eat raw or cooked. And, make your portions
Supplements are also suggested like Ezi Slim, Medohar Vidangadi Lauh, Punarnavadi Guggul and
Neemguard. Evidently Neemguard ( Neem, Giloy and Triphala)is considered safe for increasing the
metabolism to reduce your weight and the Indian herb guggulu (a gum resin obtained from the plant of
Balsamo-dendron mukul) is the drug of choice for treating obesity.
Many of the herbs used in other countries, while likely effective, may be of questionable use to you if you
are not sure just what they are, and what they do. Although the Ayurveda supplements are herbal and
natural, you might want to check with your Doctor before embarking on a weight loss program like this.
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