Obesity weight loss Homeopathic Treatment Medicine Remedies

There is no miracle cure for obesity in homeopathic treatment, and most reputable weight loss solutions emphasize that diet, exercise and behavioral changes are more important than weight loss medications. Whether you choose natural weight loss or herbal homeopathic weight loss, you will be required to adhere to a strict, healthy diet and exercise in conjunction with the homeopathic remedy or homeopathic herb that may have been prescribed.

It is a very fat body. In other words, it is a condition in which there is much accumulation of fat in the body. Obesity is usually said to be present when a person is 20% above the recommended weight for his/her height, age and build.

To successfully lose weight, you must carry out a plan to balance your caloric intake with exercise. Ideally, dieting should be done by eating a nutritionally balanced, low-calorie diet and increasing physical activity. The terms overweight and obese describe excess body weight. Overweight typically refers to weight 10% above the expected body weight for height and build. Obese refers to being 20% over the target. The greater the excess, the more significant the health risk. Your health care provider has charts and tables used to determine what your target weight should be, which varies according to gender, height, age, and bone structure.A simpler and more useful piece of information is Body Mass Index (BMI). The BMI is calculated by dividing your weight (in kilograms) by the square of your height (in meters).To figure out your weight in kilograms, multiply your weight in pounds by 0.45. To obtain your height in meters, first multiply your height in inches by 2.5, then divide that number by 100. Don't forget to square that result (multiply it by itself) when you use it in the equation.To fall within the "healthy range" on the BMI, your result should be within 20 and 25.

Here are some steps for weight maintenance and weight loss:

Increase your daily activity -- take the stairs rather than the elevator, or walk rather than drive when possible.

Reduce your food intake gradually. This will help make these new eating habits life time changes. Reduce fat intake on a daily basis, and reduce intake of other high-calorie foods. Change any habits that make you eat more, or eat poorly. Learn about the calorie content of foods and the calorie expenditure of various physical activities.

Psychosomatic analysis of obesity

Accept you are out of shape that is round in shape you have to work on this gradually,If you gain weight gradually loose it also gradually.

Rejection of one's own person. I reject all my feelings for myself. I am looking for a fulfillment that I do not allow myself

Never hate yourself admire in which manner you are better than other .Obese people are also beautiful.There is negitivity lies in eyes of people if you hate yourself how others loves you .

When you get upset instead of eating listen good music or eat low carb foods.

There is no artificial food in world that helps your body so resist it eat only raw & natural food .

You are sweet no need to eat extra sweets from outside if eat jaguary or honey better options than candies.


New thinking and feeling

I am as I am - at peace.

I am sure of myself.

I like myself and I accept what I look like now.

I open my body for the joys of life outside the home.

I accept yes i am out of shape

I am round in shape

I am close to life and love my body, because my body need care to nourish all part .

I get tensed it increase harmones & disturb digestion .

I can deal with all my feelings for myself .

I am a human with a sense of attraction for food need to choose right food .

My life is free and satisfied with limited food & activities like playing etc .

I show everyone my love from big heart in big body.

From now on, I create my life in love and harmony.

I am satisfied with every step I take.

I am always good enough.

Different type of Belly in Obesity weigh loss

Belly types in Obesity(weigh gain cases)

Being overweight has become an epidemic . The Standard Diet has caused many of us to be overweight due to the fact that most of our food has been genetically altered and chemicals added. Unfortunately for us it is not real food anymore it has lost most of its nutritional value. For instance the wheat we eat now is not the same wheat our grandparents ate; it has been genetically altered over the past 20 to 30 years which has caused the wheat to have five times more gluten in it. Gluten is a protein that is found in wheat, barley, rye and some other grains.

Adrenal belly is linked with stress
Adrenal belly or Adrenal shape, caused by increased levels of cortisol. When going through stressful periods, the production of cortisol increases, and this favours the accumulation of fat around the waist, leading to a saggy abdomen. Both men and women are likely to gain weight around the waist if they are constantly exposed to high levels of stress, and besides the excess belly# fat, they are also likely to experience fatigue, back pain, nervousness, poor memory and sleep problems.

Thyroid belly is caused by excess oestrogens
An increased production of oestrogen hormones seems to favour the accumulation of belly around the waist line and on the belly, causing the so-called Thyroid belly. People who have this type of belly tend to gain weight in the upper and lower body simultaneously, the fat being distributed throughout the entire body.

Ovary belly is specific for women
The Ovary belly is a female-only problem and is accompanied by saddlebags and lower stomach fat. Very disturbing, this type of belly is caused by an excess of oestrogens, and it’s favoured by hormonal changes that take place during menstruation and after giving birth. The Ovary belly comes with additional symptoms like thin hair, bloating, frequent acne outbreaks and headaches, heavy periods, facial hair and ovarian cysts.
Liver belly is caused by liver and bile problems

If your midsection looks like a pot and your arms and legs are rather thin, you’re likely to have a Liver belly. This type of belly sticks out and is made of fat tissue that accumulates due to a decreased production or impaired release of bile, associated with low blood sugar levels in the morning.


Belly type in obesity

Visceral Fat real culprit of Obesity


Visceral fat is becoming one of the most silent killers in America today. It has become an epidemic and, unfortunately, many don’t even know that it exists.Visceral fat is a great predictor of disease and death – no joke. This is the type of fat that will actually kill you – not your little love handles you’ve acquired from too much beer. Since visceral fat can – and does – surround your liver, pancreas and intestines, you can begin to see the problems it can cause. It is also sometimes called ‘active’ fat, because it plays such an important role in hormonal balance and function. 

We cannot see visceral fat. It is around your organs, while subcutaneous fat is the fat you can see. One example is the cliché ‘love handles’, which many sport as they age. However, some subcutaneous fat has been shown to actually be beneficial, while visceral fat has been shown to be anything but.

 Visceral fat or also known as organ fat, is located inside the abdominal cavity, and is packed between the organs (stomach, lungs, heart, liver, intestines, kidneys, etc.). Visceral fat is unlike subcutaneous fat underneath the skin, and intramuscular fat interspersed in skeletal muscles as it can directly affect the organs of the body.

Everyone has a certain amount of visceral fat, but an excess of visceral fat has been come to known as central obesity, or “belly fat”. The abdomen bulges excessively. From a general health standpoint, excessive deposits of visceral fat is linked to many serious health problems and can be the “final straw” in terms of an early death.

visceral fat real culprit

How Visceral Fat Builds

There are many reasons that people create fat; eating foods with high fat or sugar, being inactive, not drinking enough water, stress, and negative thinking. Because of our cultural shift, having a sedentary lifestyle has become the norm which only increases the amount of fat being deposited. Another factor that leads to increased fat is something none of us can avoid; aging. Our metabolisms start to slow down in our mid to late twenties and goes down as we age. Even hormones can affect the way we store fat. Genetics also can play a big role in how fast we “get fat” as we age. Bottom line is that there are some things we can control and some we can’t when it comes to accumulating fat stores in our bodies.

How Visceral Fat Affects Health

Visceral fat affects health without a person knowing until it is too late as it is related to several health problems, including; dementia, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, hormonal imbalances, type 2 diabetes, and a myriad of other conditions that can lead to premature death.

The problem is that the visceral fat can act like an organ itself and emit substances that affect the other organs. The substances expelled by the visceral fat can go into the liver and then impact the levels of fat and cholesterol in the blood. Visceral fat is also connected to decreased HDL (good cholesterol) and increased LDL (bad cholesterol). Furthermore, visceral fat has also been correlated with different forms of cancer such as; colon cancer, endometrial cancer, and breast cancer. Visceral fat is basically poisoning the body from within.

Weight Loss vs. Fat Loss. What’s the difference?

 Let’s start by defining weight loss & fat loss so you know what I mean here.

Weight Loss. You want to lower your body-weight, the sum weight of your bones, muscles, organs, body fat, …
Fat Loss. You want to lower your body fat, the amount of fat your body carries. Healthy goals are 10% body fat for men and 15% for women.

Problems with Weight Loss. If you want to lose weight, it’s most likely because you carry too much fat. There are people who must lose weight, like athletes before a competition, but most want fat loss. So stop weighing yourself.

Unreliable. Your body-weight can fluctuate daily since it’s influenced by your stomach/bowel/bladder content, water loss/retention, muscle loss/gain, fat loss/gain, … You’ll have no idea what’s going on.
Irrelevant. 2 people with similar height can weigh the same, but look completely different because one has lower body fat than the the other. Check the picture at the top for an example.
The last point shows why the BMI standard is flawed: it doesn’t take your body fat into account. Both guys in the top picture have the same BMI, but one is clearly healthier: his body fat is lower.

Here’s How The Weight Scale Can Mislead You. Clothes, mirrors & pictures don’t lie. Neither do fat calipers. But the weight scale can become your worst enemy by misleading you and killing your motivation. Examples:

Carbs & Water. Carbs bind to water. So eating less carbs will make you lose weight: water loss. This is why you lose so much weight on a diet like Atkins the first 2 weeks: it’s mostly water. Of course, increasing your carb intake will make you gain weight again: water retention.
Muscle Gains & Fat Loss. You’ll gain muscle while losing fat when you get into strength training. But on the weight scale it will look like you’re not making progress: your body-weight doesn’t change. Track your body fat using a fat caliper and you’ll see your body fat is going down.

How to Make Sure You Lose Fat, Not Muscle? Check the picture above: 5lbs muscle takes less space than 5lbs fat. That means you’ll look slimmer at the same body-weight by building muscle. Keys to losing fat, not muscle:

Get Stronger. Strength training builds muscle & prevents muscle loss. It also helps sticking to your diet. Check the StrongLifts 5×5 routine.
Eat Healthy. Eat whole unprocessed foods 90% of the time and eat less starchy carbs. Check the 8 nutrition rules.
You can do cardio to speed up fat loss. But without strength training, cardio will cause muscle loss and you’ll end up skinny-fat. Avoid.

Obesity in childrens is pandemic problem of weigh gain:

With more than 42 million overweight children around the world, childhood obesity is increasing worldwide.Since 1980, the number of obese children has doubled in all three North American countries, Mexico, the United States, and Canada.Although the rate of childhood obesity in the United States has stopped increasing, the current rate remains high. In 2010, 32.6 percent of 6- to 11-year-olds were overweight, and 18 percent of 6- to 9-year-olds were obese.

Advertising of unhealthy foods correlates with childhood obesity rates.In some nations, advertising of candy, cereal, and fast-food restaurants is illegal or limited on children's television channels. The media defends itself by blaming the parents for yielding to their children's demands for unhealthy foods.

In the recent decades, family practices have significantly changed, and several of these practices greatly contribute to childhood obesity:

With a decreasing number of mothers who breast-feed, more infants become obese children as they grow up.

Less children go outside and engage in active play as technologies, such as the television and video games, keep children indoors.

Rather than walking or biking to a bus-stop or directly to school, more school-age children are driven to school by their parents, reducing physical activity.

As family sizes decrease, the children's pester power, their ability to force adults to do what the want, increases. This ability enables them to have easier access to calorie-packed foods, such as candy and soda drinks.


Childhood obesity

Obesity different types acc to lifestyle, eating habits

Here are some steps for weight maintenance and weight loss:

Increase your daily activity -- take the stairs rather than the elevator, or walk rather than drive when possible.
Reduce your food intake gradually. This will help make these new eating habits life time changes. Reduce fat intake on a daily basis, and reduce intake of other high-calorie foods. Change any habits that make you eat more, or eat poorly. Learn about the calorie content of foods and the calorie expenditure of various physical activities.

By the strictest scientific definition, obesity is based on your BMI, or your Body Mass Index. This measure utilizes your height and your weight to determine how healthy your weight is. If your BMI is higher than 30, it is within the obese range. Keep reading to learn more about the different types of obesity.

Inactivity Obesity

It is no secret that a lack of physical activity can cause you to become overweight. In this type of obesity, once-strong parts of the body quickly gain fat and become unhealthy.

 Food Obesity

If you overeat, and particularly if you overindulge in unhealthy foods, you may suffer from food obesity. Excessive sugar intake can also cause food obesity, which may lead to accumulation of fat around the middle part of the body.


Anxiety Obesity

Anxiety or depression can often lead to overeating and accumulation of fat in the body, since the body must constantly survive in fight-or-flight mode. To treat this type of obesity, you must control your anxiety. Common treatments include medication, a decrease in caffeine intake, and herbs.

Venous Obesity

Venous circulation is one obesity cause that is genetic in nature, rather than habitual in nature. if anyone in your family suffers from venous circulation, you run the risk of the same condition. This type of obesity is particularly common in pregnancy. Exercise is the best solution for this problem.

Atherogenic Obesity

People whose fat tends to accumulate in the stomach area often suffer from atherogenic obesity. This is a particularly dangerous condition since it can affect your other organs and lead to breathing problems. It is extremely important to avoid drinking alcohol if you have atherogenic obesity.

Gluten Obesity

You are likely no stranger to the many health problems that gluten can cause. In fact, gluten can actually cause obesity. This type of weight gain is most common in women. It is often spotted during periods of hormonal change, like puberty, pregnancy, and menopause.

The accumulation of muscle mass is the most effective treatment for this condition, so you may want to take up lifting weights to combat gluten obesity.Being able to put a name to your weight gain can help you more effectively treat it. In all cases, it comes down to the same basic concepts: decreasing your caloric intake, increasing your physical activity, avoiding alcohol, and not smoking.

These lifestyle changes make you healthier overall, not just in terms of your weight.You can tackle the problem of obesity head-on with this knowledge. Figure out what description best suits your obesity and then take the appropriate steps to stop it. You can be on your way to a healthier lifestyle and body in just a few days.

Commonly recognized types of Obesity(weigh gain):

The fat distribution in the body is identified among the two types of obesity android & gynoid. Android in the male type of obesity where excess fat is marked in the upper half of the body.

Android: -Android type of obesity is likened to the shape of an apple. The shoulders, face, arms, neck, chest & upper portion of the abdomen are bloated. The stomach gives a stiff appearance. So also the arms, shoulders & breast. The back seems to be erect but the neck is compressed and there will be protruding chest because of the bulk in the stomach. The lower portion of the body the hips, thighs & legs are thinner beyond proportion in comparison with the upper part. In these persons the vital organs affected will be mostly the heart, liver, kidneys & lungs. Though this typed of obesity is found more in males it is common in females too. Those females, who are under hormone treatment for their menstrual abnormalities or after childbirth, are more prone to this type of obesity. It occurs in females around menopause too due to thyroid gland's functional disturbance. In this type, the excess flesh is less likely to reduce especially in female than males. Android type of obesity is a major risk for heart damage & heart disease due to high cholesterol.

Gynoid: - In this type the lower part of the body has the extra flesh. This type of obesity is also common to both sexes though females are more affected. Gynoid type of obesity is similar to pears. The flesh is somewhat flabby in the abdomen, thighs, buttocks & legs. The face & neck mostly give a normal appearance. In some persons, the cheeks may be drawn too. As these persons grow old the whole figure assumes a stooping posture and the spine is never erect due to the heavy hips & thighs. This vital organs affected mostly are the kidneys, uterus, intestines, bladder & bowls. But the functions of these organs some times have a direct effect on the heart. In this type of obesity, exercises or dieting will not help appreciably in reducing weight. Here Homeopathic herbal medicine is the only hope. One should have more patience & undertake proper treatment to achieve the goal of reducing weight & preventing further weight again.

The third type: -Besides android & gynoid, there is one more type of obesity. Some people do not belong to any of the above type of obesity. Their whole body from head to toe looks like a barrel. Their gait is more to rolling rather than walking. The fat tissues in their body hinder the movement of all the internal organs & consequently affect their brisk functioning. For them any exercise is difficult due to the enormous size of the body. So such person should follow a strict in diet & do plenty of exercise.


Type of obesity

PCOS Cause Obesity causes PCOS

Reproductive disturbances are more common in obese women regardless of the diagnosis of PCOS. Obese women are more likely to have menstrual irregularity and anvolatory infertility than normal-weight women. Androgens play an important role in determination of body composition. Men have less body fat with greater distribution of fat in the upper portion of the body (android) compared to women, who tend to accumulate fat in the lower portion of the body (gynoid). Vague first reported that the prevalence of diabetes, hypertension, and atherosclerosis was higher in women with android obesity compared to gynoid obesity.Moreover, he observed that the prevalence of android body habitus increases in women after the age of menopause and women with android obesity tend to have features of hyperandrogenism such as hirsutism.Women with upper-body obesity have also been noted to have decreased insulin sensitivity and are at higher risk for cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Independent of BMI, women with PCOS have been reported to have a high prevalence of upper-body obesity as demonstrated by increased waist circumference and waist-hip ratio compared to BMI-matched control women. Consistent with these findings, studies using dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry have revealed increased accumulation of central fat in women with PCOS.

Chronic exposure to higher testosterone levels in women with PCOS may modify body fat distribution in these women. Support for this hypothesis is provided by studies of androgen administration in nonobese female to male transsexuals that lead to increases in visceral fat and adversely impact insulin sensitivity. In post-menopausal women exposure to androgens increases visceral fat in both obese and normal-weight women.In rats, testosterone administration of a single high dose early in life leads to development of insulin resistance and centralization of adipose tissue mass as an adult. It may be that early androgen exposure adversely impacts future body fat distribution with greater accumulation of central fat.

However, few studies have examined visceral fat content in women with PCOS. Studies of isolated abdominal fat cells from women with PCOS have revealed larger-sized cells in both obese and nonobese women with PCOS compared to control women, suggesting a preferential abdominal accumulation of adipose tissue.Femoral adipocytes are smaller in obese women with PCOS than reproductively normal women consistent with a shift to android body fat distribution in PCOS women. These observations raise the hypothesis that hyperandrogenemia may contribute to the development of visceral adiposity in PCOS women necessitating further investigation in this area.

Causes of Obesity (weight gain) :


(1) the consumption of more food than is required for producing sufficient energy for the daily activities of the body. The excess products of digestion are accumulated in the tissues as fat;

(2) obesity is due to nutritional disorder and eating of more fat which is accumulated mostly in the subcutaneous tissues;

(3) obesity is caused more rapidly when a person avoids physical work and takes more rest and sleep after taking heavy meals during the day;

(4) obesity is increased flatulent food, i.e. , rice, pulses, potatoes, beans, eggs, fat and fatty food;

(5) in some cases obesity is transferred from parents to their children;

(6) after frequent deliveries and abortions or after surgical operation in the body;

7) in metabolic deficiency, the breakdown of protein, sugar and fat is poor and as such more part of the digested food is stored in the tissues of the body.


Obesity causes may cause,Atherosclerosis,Hypertension,Diabetes,Different type of cancers,Gall bladder diseases,Hepatic steatosis.  • Endocrine abnormalities,Lung functions impaired,Complications during pregnancy,Skin diseases,Uric acid increase(gout)

Obesity show complications only when any disease is associated with it. Diseases occurring due to obesity are as following 

• Atherosclerosis. 

• Hypertension. 

• Diabetes. 

• Different type of cancers.

 • Gall bladder diseases. 

• Hepatic steatosis. 

• Endocrine abnormalities. 

• Lung functions impaired. 

• Complications during pregnancy. 

• Skin diseases. 

• Uric acid increase(gout)

Symptoms of Obesity Weight Gain :

Obesity can be due to various reasons. Main reason is the imbalance between calorie necessary and over consumption, while taking consideration of age, gender, genes and environmental factors. When the food you eat provides more calories than what is needed, the excess will be converted to fat. Primarily, the fat cell increases in size, then it starts to multiply in number. When an obese person reduces his weight the size of the fat cells decrease, but the number of fat cells still remains the same.

• Hypertension

• Liver diseases such as fatty liver.

• Stroke.

• Depression.

 • Diabetes is also more associated with obese people.

 • Heart diseases (coronary heart disease).

 • Breathing disorders (sleep apnea), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

 • Joint diseases (e.g. osteoarthritis).

• GERD gastric esophageal reflux disease.

• High level of cholesterol.

•Polycystic ovarian Disease(PCOD)

•Cushing Syndrome

• Certain types of cancers are also associated (uterine cancer in women, prostate cancer in men).


Benefits of weight loss

When thinking about weight-loss, one often has an “ideal” body weight in mind or an ultimate weight-loss goal. It’s very common for people to think that unless they lose dozens of pounds, they will not be any healthier. 

This is a misconception. Studies have shown that health benefits resulting from weight-loss are evident with a weight reduction as low as 5-10 percent. This means that an individual that weighs 200 pounds will benefit greatly from losing 10 to 20 pounds. 

There’s scientific evidence that many obesity-related conditions improve with a 5-10 percent weight-loss. Let’s look at these related conditions and see how modest weight-loss may greatly improve them and your overall quality of health: 

Although we have good medications that decrease our “bad” cholesterol also called LDL cholesterol, doctors and patients alike know how hard it is to increase the “good” cholesterol otherwise known as “HDL cholesterol” even by a few points. 

A 5-10 percent weight-loss can result in a five point increase in HDL cholesterol. This deserves applause as raising HDL by these few points can lower the risk of an individual developing heart disease. HDL cholesterol of more than 40 mg/dl for men and more than 50 mg/dl for women is protective against heart disease. 

There are other fat-like particles in the blood that are harmful in elevated amounts. They are called triglycerides. People with high triglycerides are at higher risk for heart attacks and strokes among other problems. A normal level should be below 150 mg/dl, while anything above 200 mg/dl is considered high. 

Losing 5-10 percent of body weight was shown to decrease triglycerides by an average of 40 mg/dl, which is a significant drop. This level can further improve with exercise, a diet low in concentrated sugars, carbohydrates and fats as well as with reduction of excessive alcohol intake. 

Excess body weight accounts for about 25-30 percent of cases of hypertension. As body weight increases, it causes hemodynamic abnormalities and other changes that result in elevated blood pressure. By losing 5-10 percent of one’s weight, blood pressure, both systolic and diastolic, decrease by 5 mmHg on average. In conjunction with a salt restricted diet, rich in vegetables, fruit and low-fat dairy, this weight-loss could be potentially even higher. 

One of the laboratory markers used to screen for diabetes and to monitor its treatment is called Hemoglobin A1C. The normal level should be below 6.5. Research has shown that a 5-10 percent weight-loss can decrease this marker by half a point on average. This comes close to the effect that some anti-diabetic pills have on blood sugars. 

Insulin Resistance 
Another condition that is seen with weight gain is a phenomenon called insulin resistance. In this disorder, the pancreas produces larger than normal amounts of a hormone called insulin. Insulin is responsible for keeping blood sugar levels normal. In this condition, high levels of insulin are needed because tissues are resistant to its effects. 

When someone has insulin resistance, the resulting high levels of insulin in the blood cause an increase in fat tissue especially in the waist area, abnormal cholesterol, and sometimes a change in certain hormone levels in women that causes male pattern hair growth and infertility. Modest weight-loss was found to significantly decrease insulin levels and thus to help with reversing these conditions.

Set realistic goals Daily Calories Requirement for weight loss in obesity:

It's best to aim for losing 0.5 to 1 kilogram a week. Don't aim to lose 5-10 kg in one month and don't let such ads lure you to unhealthy eating practices. When you're setting goals, think about both process and outcome goals.Exercise regularly is an example of a process goal, while Lose 15 kg is an example of an outcome goal. It isn't essential that you have an outcome goal, but you should set process goals, because changing your habits is a key to weight loss. Your goals should be SMART: specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-limited. An example is aiming to walk for 30 minutes a day, five days a week, and recording your results.

The foods we eat contribute to our well-being. It provides all nutrient supplements necessary for maintaining a healthy body. The moment you start eating more than what your body want on a daily basis, the extra food will turn to fat and accumulate in various parts of the body. This is how people become obese.

To successfully lose weight, you must carry out a plan to balance your caloric intake with exercise. Ideally, dieting should be done by eating a nutritionally balanced, low-calorie diet and increasing physical activity. The terms overweight and obese describe excess body weight. Overweight typically refers to weight 10% above the expected body weight for height and build. Obese refers to being 20% over the target. The greater the excess, the more significant the health risk. Your health care provider has charts and tables used to determine what your target weight should be, which varies according to gender, height, age, and bone structure.A simpler and more useful piece of information is Body Mass Index (BMI). The BMI is calculated by dividing your weight (in kilograms) by the square of your height (in meters).To figure out your weight in kilograms, multiply your weight in pounds by 0.45. To obtain your height in meters, first multiply your height in inches by 2.5, then divide that number by 100. Don't forget to square that result (multiply it by itself) when you use it in the equation.To fall within the "healthy range" on the BMI, your result should be within 20 and 25.

A balanced diet contains an adequate amounts of Proteins, Vitamins and Minerals. Once the body weight comes to the standard level according to the height, the weight maintenance diets (adequate in Proteins, Vitamins and Minerals) should be taken to keep weight constant i. e. between 1700-1800 kcal. Therefore, daily diet should contain balanced amount of cereals, pulses, green leafy vegetables, other vegetables, roots, fruits, milk, fats and oils, sugar and jaggery, and groundnut.

Aim to lose 1 to 2 pounds weekly, suggests the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. To accomplish this goal, eat 500 to 1,000 fewer calories than your usual intake. For example, if you normally eat 2,500 calories a day to maintain your current weight, eating 1,500 calories daily will help you shed about 2 pounds weekly. If your usual intake is 2,000 calories a day, a 1,500-calorie diet will help you lose 1 pound per week. As long as you stick with your 1,500-calorie meal plan daily, you should be able to achieve long-term weight-loss goals. 

Understand the calorie equation and what it will take to create a calorie deficite for yourself each day. To lose 1 pound of fat each week, you need to burn 500 calories per day more than you eat (there are 3500 calories in one pound of fat). There are 2 ways to create that deficit, eat less and move more. This can be tricky to do . For example, did you know that a bran muffin with nuts and a grande 2% white chocolate mocha from Starbucks can yield up to 890 calories – nearly half of the calories recommended for a typical 150 pound individual to eat in a whole day? To burn off this breakfast, it would take about 220 minutes of walking, or 150 minutes of aerobics. As you can see, calories are easy to consume but hard to burn! The lesson here is to count your calories. If you don’t know how many calories you are consuming, you will not be able to successfully manage your weight loss.

Men with inactive lifestyle : 2000 - 2200 cals

Men with active lifestyle : 2500 - 2700cals

Men with very active lifestyle : 3400 - 3500 cals

Women with inactive lifestyle: 1500 cals

Women with active lifestyle: 1850 cals

Women with very active lifestyle: 2000 cals


calculate calories with following chart

indian food calorie chart

Self Care Measure for weight loss

Self care of Obesity

1) Fruits and green vegetables are low caloriefoods, so over weight persons should use these more frequently.

2) One should avoid intake of too much salt. Salt may be a factor for increasing the body weight. 

3) Milk products like cheese, butter should be avoided because these are rich in fat. Meat and non-vegetarian foods should also be avoided. 

4) Spices like dry ginger, cinnamon, black pepper etc. are good for loosing weight and can be used in a number of ways. 

5) Vegetables like bitter gourd (Karela), and bitter variety of drumstick are useful for loosing weight. 

6) Taking of honey is an excellent home remedy for obesity. It mobilizes the extra deposited fat in the body and puts it into circulation, which is utilized as energy for normal functions. One should start with small quantity of about 10 GMs. or a table spoonful to be taken with hot water. It is good to take it in early morning. A teaspoonful of fresh lemon juice may also be added. 

7) Cabbage is considered to be an effective remedy for loosing weight. This vegetable inhibits the conversion of sugar and other carbohydrates into fat. Hence, it is of great value in weight reduction. It can be taken raw or cooked.

8)Exercise is an important part of weight reduction plan. It helps to use up calories stored in body as fat. In addition, it also relieves tension and tones up the muscles of the body. Walking is thebest exercise to begin with and may be followed by running, swimming, rowing. 

9) Lime juice is excellent for weight reduction. Juice of a lime mixed in a glass of warm water and sweetened with honey should be taken every morning on an empty stomach. 

10) Measure the portions of your food every meal and make sure that the portions are small. For example one portion of rice should not be more than the quantity which can fit in your fist. Smaller meals at a regular interval of 4 to 5 hours will keep your metabolism high and prevent your body from converting the food you intake into fat. You must also include regular exercise in your daily routine to help enhance weight reduction.

Homoeopathic Treatment for Obesity Weight loss:

Our treatment courses are tailor made for every kind of obesity and very effective in reducing weight. Unlike other remedies or fitness treatments, Homeopathic treatment successfully helps to maintain your figure, for long, after losing weight considerably. Our Homeopathic herbal treatment promises to give you best & permanent results.

Homoeopathy is very proficient in managing all the symptoms of Obesity(weight Loss)and furthermore plays a vital role in preventing relapse of the condition. Homoeopathic medicines are prescribed on the basis of physical, emotional, and genetic make up that individualizes a person. This constitutional approach framing mind and body works at the root-level. Homeopathic medicines will help decrease acidic build-up, rebalance pH by cleansing and restoring the digestive system, and strengthen the muscles. Homeopathic treatment will make you feel like a new person by making you free of OBESITY. Homeopathic treatment is natural, safe, gentle and without side-effects. Another impressive thing about Homeopathy is that people on multiple medications can safely take Homeopathic medicines. Homeopathic drugs are non-habit forming and have no addictive characteristics.

Homeopathy has an exceptional proven safety record with the FDA with 200 years of clinical effectiveness. Since Homeopathy treats in totality, it leads to a permanent long-lasting cure, rather than a temporary suppression of symptoms, and you will be able to enjoy all kinds of food to the fullest. So, food lovers, you won't have to think anymore before eating

Homeopathic Remedies medicines for Obesity weight loss list

Besides some of the following ingredients, the product contains Dr Gurpreet Singh Makkar(punjab,India), Research based, highly effective medicines

Antimonium crudum

Obesity in young people with excessive irritability and fretfulness together with a thickly coated white tongue. All the conditions aggravate by heat and cold bathing. Tendency to grow fat. For children and young people inclined to grow fat, for the extremes of life. Old people with morning diarrhea suddenly become constipated or alternate diarrhea and constipation, pulse hard and rapid.

Worse - After eating; cold baths, acids or sour wine; after heat of sun or fire; extremes of cold or heat.

Better - In the open air; during rest; after a warm bath.


Tendency to obesity in females with delayed menstruation. The patients are stout, of fair complexion and tendency to skin affections and constipation, fat, chilly and costive. Take cold easily. Tendency to obesity and swollen genitals with indurations of tissues.


An important remedy for obesity. Reduces fat and false growths. It is pre-eminently a glandular remedy with glandular swellings –heat and inflammations. Helps to reduce fat and thus reduce weight. It is useful in rheumatism of syphilitic origin where the pains are wandering, shifting and shooting. General soreness, lameness, bruised feeling over whole body causes the patient to groan. Intense prostration, sitting upright makes him faint and dizzy.

Mother tincture is used for weight reduction.

Calcarea carbonica

A constitutional remedy for reducing fat. The patient is FAT, FAIR AND FLABBY. Great anti-psoric remedy with increased general and local perspiration and swelling of glands, scrofulous and rachitic conditions. Persons who take cold easily, grow fat, are large bellied, with large heads and pale skin. Craving of eggs is marked with heat as well as coldness of single parts of body. Obesity in children.

The patient feels worse by exertion, (mental /physical), ascending, cold (in every form), water, washing, moist air, wet weather, standing. The patient feels better in dry climate, lying on painful side.


A good remedy for obesity and non-toxic goiter (also exophthalmic). Digestion is improved and flatulence diminished. Obstinate constipation. Thyroid enlargement in obese people.

Kali bichromicum

It is specially indicated for fleshy, fat, light haired complexioned people with scrofulous or syphilitic history. Symptoms tend to increase in the morning and all pains migrate quickly with rheumatic and gastric symptoms alternating. Catarrhal stage of all mucus membranes.


It produces anemia, emaciation, muscular weakness, and sweating, tingling and increased heart rate. It exerts great influence over goiter and excessive obesity and acts best in females with paleness and uterine fibroids or mammary tumors.

Lac defloratum

Useful in obesity and where diseases are associated with faulty nutrition. Sick headaches with intense throbbing, nausea and vomiting, prostration and all complaints aggravated during menses.


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About Dr. GS Makkar

Dr. GURPREET SINGH MAKKAR is a dynamic homeopath from India(pb). He is an ardent student of classical Homeopathy. He is a registered doctor degree holder (B.H.M.S.) from Sri Guru Nanak Dev Homoeopathic medical college(S.G.N.D Barewal Ludhiana,PUNJAB, India.
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