Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

Ayurvedic Doctor in Jaipur

Ex. HOD (Medicine, Panchakarma & Hygiene.)
Rajasthan Ayurved University

Now almost one third part of Global population is afflicted by obesity. At the global level India took Third rank after USA and China in this subject. Many diseases caused by obesity like Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Heart Attack, joint Pain, Gallbladder, Insomnia, Hormones Imbalanced, Polycystic Ovarian Diseases, Cancer, Impotence/Infertility.

Ayurvedic Treatment in Jaipur

Now-a-Days Obesity become a serious epidemic is affecting our health. After a long research we find a medicine for its which not less than any miracle.

I saw all around of world highly increasing the number of afflicted person by obesity and its related problems therefore I decide to make it my research subject. After 10 years research and almost checking of 25000 patients, I made obesity killer medicine. Many people got a very encouraging result to reduce obesity.

This medicine only not an obesity killer although give positive effect on reducing Obesity-related nuisance. After the first successful attempt of the medicine in Jodhpur, than peoples of Rajasthan and then all throughout the people of India for the entire world shall take a benefits of its.

Our Specialties

Panchakarma

Panchakarma

ayurveda

Ksharsutra

obesity

Obesity

Cronic-Diesease

Cronic Diesease

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Auto – Immune Disorder

Obesity FAQ’s

What is Obesity ?

Obesity is a condition associated with having an excess of body fat. Obesity is classified at having a body mass index of 30 or greater. BMI is a tool used to measure obesity

What is Causes of Obesity ?

There are many causes that directly and indirectly contribute to obesity. Behaviour, environment and genetics are among the main contributors to obesity. The Centres’ for Disease Control has identified these three as the main causes to the complexity of the obesity epidemic.

Obesity Prevalence

Obesity has been steadily increasing in countries all over the world. In 2013, according to the studies, the number of overweight and obese people globally increased form 8.75 million in 1980 to 2.1 billion in 2013, this is 1/3rd of the world population. The US topped the list with 13% of the obese people worldwide in 2013, while China and India together accounted for 15% of the world’s obese population with 46 million and 30 million obese people respectively. India is just behind US and China in the global hazard list of top ten countries with highest number of obese people. According to Obesity Foundation of India, 30 million Indians are obese and the number is predicted to double in the next few years. Punjab, Kerala and Goa are among the top three states with the most number of people overweight in India.

Obesity Behaviour

In today’s fast-paced environment, it is easy to adopt unhealthy behaviours. Behaviour, in the case of obesity, relates to food choices, amount of physical activity you get and the effort to maintain your health. Americans are consuming more calories on average than in past decades. The increase in calories has also decreased the nutrients consumed that are needed for a healthy diet. This behavioural problem also relates to the increase in portion sizes at home and when dining out. While Americans are consuming more calories, they are not expending them with enough physical activity. Physical activity is an important element in modifying and shaping behaviours. The influence of television, computers and other technologies discourage physical activity and add to the problem of obesity in our society.

Obesity Environment

Environment plays a key role in shaping an individual’s habits and lifestyle. There are many environmental influences that can impact your health decisions. Today’s society has developed a more sedentary lifestyle. Walking has been replaced by driving cars, physical activity has been replaced by technology and nutrition has been overcome by convenience foods.

Obesity Genetics

Science shows that genetics play a role in obesity. Genes can cause certain disorders which result in obesity. However, not all individuals who are predisposed to obesity become obese. Research is currently underway to determine which genes contribute most to obesity.

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