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Losing body fat, especially in normal-weight individuals, can be challenging and often requires a lot of dedication, patience, and hard work. Some famous fad diets and other supplements ensure to burn body fat quickly. But the most effective means of reaching and maintaining an ideal weight is altering your diet, lifestyle, and exercise routine. Researchers say that achieving an ideal body fat percentage is different from one person to the other, and

Bariatric surgery can help you lose a significant amount of weight and change your life. Surgical procedures like sleeve gastrectomy, gastric bypass, and non-surgical procedures like Intragastric balloon placement (gastric balloons) are commonly suggested by Bariatric Surgeon to lose weight. Bariatric surgery is an ideal choice for many obese patients to lose excess weight and accomplish their health goals. Around 85% of bariatric patients seek out post-bariatric body contouring surgery to

One healthy and historical  way to lose weight is by regular exercise. Just changing dietary habits is not sufficient. One should also step up their exercise routine. Making exercise a part of your life will go a long way in achieving your fitness goals. On average, one should aim to do at least 300 minutes of moderately intense activity each week. Let's look at some of the exercises that can

The two most preferred options are "Diet" and "Exercise" when trying to lose weight. But which one is more important? This million-dollar question has been asked very often. This blog will give all the information about these two options and what works in the long run. Weight-loss Options To lose weight, your body must burn more calories than you consume. One can achieve this by any of these three means: By eating

Bariatric surgery is a lifesaving surgery for those suffering from life-threatening conditions due to obesity. There are 2 ways Bariatric surgery achieves weight loss, i.e. by reducing calories consumed or minimizing the absorption of calories or both (depending on the type of surgery). The former is known as restrictive surgeries, where the stomach size is reduced. The latter are malabsorption surgeries, which force lower calorie absorption. There are other procedures