Eating healthy is the foundation for good physical and mental health. Healthy food habits need not be boring and mundane. Healthy diet need not be tasteless. Healthy diet is not about deprivation. It is about being happy and healthy. There are thousands of healthy and tasty food options. Focus on what you can eat rather […]
Bariatric surgery (Metabolic surgery) results in long lasting weight loss and diabetes remission. It is the best treatment option available for people suffering from severe obesity who are not able to lose weight by diet and exercise. Those people who are suffering from severe diabetes and not responding to medications, also benefit from Metabolic surgery. […]
Being slim does not necessarily mean being healthy. Asian populations are more likely to store internal fat wrapped around their organs, while maintaining a slender outward appearance.This genetic response makes it more difficult to recognize obesity in Asia as opposed to Western populations. People of Asian descent have a higher blood sugar response to carbohydrates, […]
Life in lockdown has disrupted all our lives, creating the perfect setup for putting on pounds. Staying indoors means most people are less active, and many are eating more ultra-processed foods than they might otherwise. Add the anxiety that comes with a deadly pandemic, and you’ve got an ideal situation for weight gain. For those […]
TIPS FOR SAFEGUARD YOUR MENTAL HEALTH DURING QUARANTINE. 1.) Reframe “I am stuck inside” to “I can finally focus on my home and myself”. 2.) Stay close to your normal routine. 3.) Avoid obsessing over endless Coronavirus coverage. 4.) A chaotic home can lead to a chaotic mind. 5.) Take care of your body.
POST BARIATRIC CORONA PRECAUTIONS 1) Take diet rich in proteins. 2) Do muscle strengthening exercises daily. 3) Take Barivit, Trimac D supplements daily. 4) Take PROBRAWN protein powder daily. 5) Wash your hands frequently. 6) Don’t touch your face without washing hands. 7) Stay home, maintain social distance.
Obesity-related conditions seem to worsen the effect of COVID-19; indeed, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that people with heart disease and diabetes are at higher risk of COVID-19 complications. Given the extremely high rates of obesity around the globe we expect a high percentage of the population to be at greater […]