Obesity |Ayurvedic treatment for Weight Loss


Ayurvedic supplements included in the treatment package (for 1 month) are:
Fat Loss Tablets – 120 Units – 64.48 gms
Livo Tablets – 60 Units – 35.66 gms
Arogya Tablets – 60 Units – 29.73 gms
Slim AG Churna – 3 Units – 300 gms
Hingwashtak Churna – 3 Units – 300 gms

Total Package gross weight – 1Kg

$98.00 $89.00


Obesity is a medical condition in which the human body has accumulated an excess of body fat that leads to various ailments in the body like high blood pressure, reduced life expectancy, diabetes, heart problems and many more diseases. Obesity results from the combination of causes and related factors, including behavioural and genetics. It is not only a cosmetic concern but also a health problem.

Body Mass Index (BMI) is a statistical measurement to decide whether a person is obese or not. BMI is calculated by dividing a person’s weight by the square of the person’s height. If the result is between 25 and 29.9, a person is considered to be overweight. However, if the BMI is between 30 to 40, a person is considered as an obese and if a person’s BMI is above 40, then he/she is severely obese.

In Ayurveda, Obesity is a condition when meda (fat), one of the seven dhatus of the body, gets excessively nourished and other dhatus get malnutritioned. In this situation, the fat metabolism of the body gets hampered and the body produces more fat tissues that cause an increase in the body weight.

The degree of Obesity in a person depends upon the accumulation of fat cells in his body. As long as these cells remain stored in the body as adipose tissue, they are harmless, though these may cause inconvenience. But when these cells begin to enter into the cellular elements of the body, especially the muscles, Obesity becomes a source of danger.

Factors responsible for Obesity

There are various factors responsible for Obesity which are mentioned below:

  • Consuming too many calories. Though, the rate of calorie consumption varies from person to person.
  • Sedentary lifestyle and lack of daily exercise.
  • Thyroid
  • Medications
  • Junk food and increased consumption of energy giving foods (Carbohydrates and Fats)
  • Hormonal disorders.

Modernization is also one of the major factors responsible for Obesity. Tempt for having high-calorie food and spending hours of sitting on the desk or sofas have also increased the number of cases of Obesity.

According to WHO, Obesity has reached an epidemic proportions globally as at least 2.8 million people around the world are dying each year due to Obesity or overweight problem.

Preventive Measures for Obesity:

Losing weight is more about willpower, commitment and accepting the advice offered for maintaining the body weight. Apart from this, following preventive measures can also be taken to reduce Obesity:

  • Take a balanced and calorie controlled diet.
  • Include fiber and multigrain in your diet.
  • Maintain a regular daily schedule.
  • Sound sleep, dieting and exercise help in maintaining the body’s metabolism.
  • Yoga, dance and slimming clubs can be beneficial.
  • Be sensitive to your food needs.

Ayurvedic Treatment for Obesity / Weight Loss:

Obesity is known as Medarog in Ayurveda, which develops when the Kapha dosha gets aggravated. The ayurvedic line of treatment for Obesity begins with pacifying the aggravated Kapha. This can be done by eliminating Kapha-aggravating food like oily, heavy and cold food items from the diet. The treatment also focuses on the therapies that are involved in cleaning the medovahi channels of the body. These therapies help in reducing the excess body weight.

Also, AyurvedGuru manufactures products like SlimAg, Triphala tablets, and Hingwashtak churna that reduce fat, burn extra calorie deposits, overcome fatigue and provide energy.

Diet that helps in Weight Loss:

    • Early Morning – A glass of warm water mixed with the juice of half a lemon. A teaspoonful of honey can be added if you like.
    • Breakfast – Wheat or Mung (green beans) sprouts and one cup skimmed milk.
    • Mid Morning- A glass of orange, pineapple or carrot juice.
    • Lunch – Salad of raw vegetables such as carrot, beet, cucumber, cabbage, tomatoes. In case you can not digest raw vegetables, either steam or boil them. Whole grain bread or whole wheat chapatis (Indian recipe) and a glass of buttermilk. It will be good to add some roasted cumin seeds, green coriander leaves, a little salt and some grated ginger in the butter milk.
    • Mid Afternoon – Coconut water or dry fruits or lemon tea or vegetable soup.
    • Dinner – Whole grain bread or chapatis, steamed vegetables and any seasonal fruit except banana and apple.

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