CURE OBESITY VIA HOMEOPATHY & LIFESTYLE MANAGEMENT

Professor.D (Cosmetology).P) INDIA President. N.S.DR.SMITA NAMBISON BHMS.diagnozit. Society of Advanced Homeopathic Sciences . Bhopal (M. M.com Ex-Asst.nambison.com. www. SAAHAS.Homoeopathic Medical College. Department of Pharmaceuticals. Nambison’s SoftroniX www. PGDNHE (Gold Medalist) Chairperson.

5% to 18. prevalence increased from 6. and for those aged 12–19 years. The two surveys also show increases in overweight among children and teens. for those aged 6–11 years. prevalence increased from 5. For children aged 2–5 years.4%.0% to 13. .0% to 17. the prevalence of overweight increased from 5.9%.8%.OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY Overweight and obesity are both labels for ranges of weight that are greater than what is generally considered healthy for a given height.

9 is considered overweight. for most people. An adult who has a BMI between 25 and 29. BMI is used because.Definitions for Adults For adults. . An adult who has a BMI of 30 or higher is considered obese. overweight and obesity ranges are determined by using weight and height to calculate a number called the “body mass index” (BMI). it correlates with their amount of body fat.

9 25.5 to 24.5 18.0 to 29.9 30 or higher Considered Underweight Healthy weight Overweight Obese 5’ 9” .Height Weight Range 124 lbs or less 125 lbs to 168 lbs 169 lbs to 202 lbs 203 lbs or more BMI Below 18.

This involves eating too many calories and not getting enough physical activity. These are the greatest areas for prevention and treatment actions. Behavior and environment play a large role causing people to be overweight and obese. metabolism.Overweight and obesity result from an energy imbalance. and socioeconomic status. Body weight is the result of genes. behavior. environment. . culture.

Weight gain occurs when calories consumed are greater than calories used.When the number of calories consumed is not equal to the number of calories used. Weight Gain: Calories Consumed > Calories Used Weight Loss: Calories Consumed < Calories Used No Weight Change: Calories Consumed = Calories Used Energy Balance is like a scale.Energy imbalance . .

your frame is a "Medium Frame". If you are very muscular. If they do not touch. If your finger overlaps the thumb. Being underweight or overweight are recognized risk factors for many diseases. . diabetes.To calculate your frame type place your thumb and index finger around your wrist. Remember. and perhaps certain types of cancers. your frame is a "Small Frame". the chart will be inaccurate for you. hyperlipidemias. namely hypertension. your frame is a "Large Frame". If they touch. these are statistical averages and not absolutes.

Weight in pounds according to frame (in indoor clothing weighing 3 lbs..Height Feet Inches 4' 10" 4' 11" 5' 0" 5' 1" 5' 2" 5' 3" 5' 4" 5' 5" 5' 6" 5' 7" 5' 8" Small Frame 102-111 103-113 104-115 106-118 108-121 111-124 114-127 117-130 120-133 123-136 126-139 Medium Frame 109-121 111-123 113-126 115-129 118-132 121-135 124-138 127-141 130-144 133-147 136-150 Large Frame 118-131 120-134 122-137 125-140 128-143 131-147 134-151 137-155 140-159 143-163 146-167 Height and Weight Table for Women 5' 9" 5' 10" 5' 11" 6' 0" 129-142 132-145 135-148 138-151 139-153 142-156 145-159 148-162 149-170 152-173 155-176 158-179 Weights at ages 25-59 based on lowest mortality. shoes with 1" heels) .

Height Feet Inches 5' 2" 5' 3" 5'' 4" 5' 5" 5' 6" 5' 7" 5' 8" 5' 9" 5' 10" 5' 11" 6' 0" Small Frame 128-134 130-136 132-138 134-140 136-142 138-145 140-148 142-151 144-154 146-157 149-160 Medium Frame 131-141 133-143 135-145 137-148 139-151 142-154 145-157 148-160 151-163 154-166 157-170 Large Frame 138-150 140-153 142-156 144-160 146-164 149-168 152-172 155-176 158-180 161-184 164-188 Height and Weight Table for Men 6' 1" 6' 2" 6' 3" 6' 4" 152-164 155-168 158-172 162-176 160-174 164-178 167-182 171-187 168-192 172-197 176-202 181-207 Weights at ages 25-59 based on lowest mortality. Weight in pounds according to frame (in indoor clothing weighing 5 lbs.. shoes with 1" heels) .

Communities. Because of this influence.Environment People may make decisions based on their environment or community. The Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Prevent and Decrease Overweight and Obesity 2001 identified action steps for several locations that may help prevent and decrease obesity and overweight. it is important to create environments in these locations that make it easier to engage in physical activity and to eat a healthy diet. a person may choose not to walk to the store or to work because of a lack of sidewalks. The following table provides some examples of these steps. homes. and workplaces can all influence people's health decisions. . For example.

nutritious food items Create opportunities for physical activity in communities . Create more opportunities for physical activity at work sites Schools Work Community Promote healthier choices including at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. like basket ball.Location Home Steps to Help Prevent and Decrease Overweight and Obesity Reduce time spent watching television and in other sedentary behaviors Build physical activity into regular routines. swimming. with quality daily physical education. and reasonable portion sizes Encourage the food industry to provide reasonable food and beverage portion sizes Encourage food outlets to increase the availability of low-calorie. and added sugars Provide all children. joining clubs for aerobics. gyming and even adults must play some outdoor game at least weekly and I would ask mothers also to participate Ensure that the school breakfast and lunch programs meet nutrition standards Provide food options that are low in fat. calories. yoga. skating. from prekindergarten through grade 12. badminton.

DO NOT REJECT WHAT IS NOT ACCEPTABLE .ACCEPT WHAT IS ACCEPTABLE TO U BUT.

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