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Fears Associated with Bariatric Surgery

Fears Associated with Bariatric Surgery

  Fear is a natural tendency of human beings whenever the body must undergo a change. Let alone bariatric surgery; most people are even afraid of enduring something as serious as ‘surgery’.   It is normal to fear the unknown or uncertainties. But unreasonable fears...

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Ways to include protein in your diet while on vacation

Ways to include protein in your diet while on vacation

The rising level of obesity across the world is often the consequence of a poor diet & lack of exercise. A balanced serving of protein, carb, fat, vitamins & minerals, every day, makes up for a healthy regime. But while the body can manage its functions with...

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Binge eating – A mental health condition

Binge eating – A mental health condition

Overeating is a scenario where you eat more food than what your body requires. Eating more food occasionally might not do a significant harm to the body as much as the overeating that becomes a ‘normalized routine’. Binge eating, on the other hand, is a...

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Effect of obesity on women’s health

Effect of obesity on women’s health

Women today not only form a pivotal part of workforce but play a key role at home. They are teachers, helpers, advisors, and caregivers all wrapped up in one package. In the process women often forget to take care of themselves. Here’s what happens when you ignore...

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Teenage Obesity – A Growing Threat

Teenage Obesity – A Growing Threat

Overweight & obesity are often used synonymously. Although both refer to having more fat in the body than what is considered healthy, obesity is a bigger problem. Body Mass Index (BMI) between 25-29.9 is deemed to be overweight, but more than 30 is considered...

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