Posts Tagged ‘obese’

Get rid of stubborn fat through Lipobodysculpting: Dr Nilesh Goyal

Monday, December 2nd, 2013

Ever wondered how to get rid of your love handles or have slim waist? Do you have problems with your thighs rubbing against each other when you walk? Are you embarrassed with bulky arms that make you look much older? Then have no worry. Lipobodysculpting is now available at your door step to take care of such areas of excess fat collection.

Lipobodysculpting is a safe and effective modality to get rid of excess fat deposition on body and limbs. It aims to remove fat under the skin and give a slim body shape.

Fat once formed around limbs and waist cannot be lost with diet and exercise. The adipose cells shrink following reduction in body weight. Once the stimulus to loose weight is taken away, the cells grow back in size. This often leads to feeling of frustration with weight loss measures.


Obesity is not completely related to hunger instinct: Dr.Vinod Dhurandhar

Friday, November 1st, 2013

Obesity Consultant, Dr.Vinod Dhurandhar, is the founder president of Association of Advancing Research in Obesity. He has conducted the first obesity camp in India in March 1981. He has written 3 books based on his research.

He has introduced a safe and systematic method to lose weight. He has treated over 65,000 patients.

Dr.Dhurandhar answered Sify readers’ queries related to the above in an exclusive chat. Read the transcript below.

i am feeling the pain of hunger and is compeled to the same time obesity is my worst problem.can u help me.
You can eat frequently but what you eat counts. So please consult an expert.

I am 45 years old and my husband is 47 years. My question is he is having stomoch obesity. How it will be reduced. He walks lot and he will do excercises also but still the stomach is not reducing
He has to see an Obesity consultant and follow a proper diet. Exercise alone will not help as it has no effect on fat but acts on the muscles.


How Facebook can make you fat

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

Participating in online social networks can have a detrimental effect on consumer well-being by lowering self-control among certain users, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research.

“Using online social networks can have a positive effect on self-esteem and well-being. However, these increased feelings of self-worth can have a detrimental effect on behaviour. Because consumers care about the image they present to close friends, social network use enhances self-esteem in users who are focused on close friends while browsing their social network,” authors Keith Wilcox (Columbia University) and Andrew T. Stephen (University of Pittsburgh) wrote.

“This momentary increase in self-esteem leads them to display less self-control after browsing a social network,” they added.


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