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Dr. Arvind Kumar

Bariatrician, Delhi

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Dr. Arvind Kumar is a popular Bariatrician in Dwarka, Delhi. You can consult Dr. Arvind Kumar at Dr. Arvind Kumar@Bensups Hospital in Dwarka, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Arvind Kumar and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I want to loose my weight as fast as possible without using any capsules or any other product. please give me any suggestion.

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Homeopath, Vadodara
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Risks of Bariatric Surgery

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, Fellowship in Bariatric Surgery, M.S.
Bariatrician, Lucknow
Risks of Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric surgery refers to a host of surgical procedures that help a person suffering from obesity to lose weight. Various methods are used to achieve the desired results, often times using the help of a gastric band to decrease the size of the stomach or surgically removing a small portion of the stomach.

Notwithstanding the result, bariatric surgery like any other surgery, involves certain risks. Some of them are:

  1. Uncontrolled bleedingOne of the most common risks that any surgery entails is that of excessive or uncontrolled bleeding. If this condition persists, they often times lead to death.
  2. InfectionThough infections seemingly appear easily preventable and easy to deal with, they often snowball into fatalistic danger to the point of no recovery.
  3. Side-effects of anesthesiaAdministering a general anesthesia before performing any surgery is a common practice. However sometimes it may yield certain unforeseen consequences.
  4. Clotting of blood: Quite similar to excessive bleeding, even clotting of blood presents an equally if not more hazardous situation. Though sometimes timely intervention of medications resolves the situation, often it aggravates into a grievous cause of concern.
  5. Hypoglycemia; Hypoglycemia refers to the condition when there is a deficiency or the lack of glucose in the blood. Though this is a side-effect of bariatric surgery, it does not appear immediately but rather surfaces many years after the operation was performed.
  6. Emotional disorder: Along with physical ailments, post bariatric surgery may also affect you emotionally. Post-bariatric surgery may sometimes lead to emotional and behavioral disorders in you and sudden, incomprehensible mood swings.
  7. Death: Though rare, one cannot negate the possibility of death as a plausible risk of bariatric surgery.
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I want to lose fat is there any medicine which reduce my fat and did not harm my body.

BHMS
Homeopath, Raebareli
I want to lose fat is there any medicine which reduce my fat and did not harm my body.
Please follow the below recommendation for your condition: it is important for you to find the right kind of weight reduction method to get back into shape and never fall prey to diet pills and weight loss supplement advertisements that you come across on television channels and the internet. If you are able to combine a proper and healthy diet with an exercise regime, then this could be your passport to the fastest way to lose weight and that too naturally. The first and foremost thing that you should remember is that you should not skip meals or eat at irregular times in any weight loss plan. If you ever thought that skipping a meal or two an eating a hearty meal only once a day is never going to help in reducing your weight. Also, make sure that you set realistic weight loss target goals before beginning a weight loss program and try to achieve the set target. Always bear in mind that you can only stretch your body to a certain limit with rigorous exercise routines (30-45 minutes treadmill) and a well-balanced and healthy diet plan.
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My arms, legs and face are ok but the part of my body below to the neck and upper to the leg is faty. My chest look like girl. There is breast like shape. And my back also have too much fat and same for the stomach. What should I do for this, please tell me.

B.Sc.- Food & Nutrition, M.Sc- Food Science & Nutrition, NET (LS)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Kolkata
My arms, legs and face are ok but the part of my body below to the neck and upper to the leg is faty. My chest look l...
Spot fat accumulation can be lost only when you lose weight. 1. Have small frequent meals at regular intervals instead of 3-4 large ones 2. Eat slowly chewing each bite 15-20 times 3. Drink 3 litres water daily 4. Brisk walk & practice kapalbhati, arm & back toning (with dumbbell/2 1 litre bottles) daily for 1 hr 5. Walk instead of hiring transport, avoid sitting continuously for an hr, take 15 mins light walk post meals, avoid lying down within an hr of a meal. 6. Avoid junk/ processed/canned/ready to eat/ fried/ sugary/ outside foods, soft & hard drinks, chocolates, ice cream, sweets 7. Replace simple carbs-potato, sugar, sago, refined grains (maida, biscuit, cake, white bread, noodles, white rice) with complex carbs-whole fruits with peel, vegetables, salads, whole legumes (sprouts, rajma, soyabean), whole grains (atta, bajra, ragi, jowar, barley, dalia, suji, atta bread, brown rice) 8. Avoid eating in front of tv 9. Have a regular sound sleep, early to bed & early to rise edit answer.
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Hi, I am 24 yrs old male. My problem is I have fat on the chest, it looks little big, like breast. Any solution for this?

FRAS, MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Ernakulam
Chk your hormones tsh, t3, t4, testosterone, fsh, lh, prolactin, after getting reports consult me private for further details thank you
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Healthy & Right Way To Lose Weight!

M.Phil biotech and PGD Dietitics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panchkula
Healthy & Right Way To Lose Weight!

The boom in the convenience food culture over the last two decades is largely responsible for the weight issues that the present generation is staring at. Lifestyle diseases associated with the same are forcing us to adopt a healthier approach with a focus on our body needs.

But, due to our fast paced life, we want a quick fix solution to losing weight too. What we forget is that there can be no shortcuts to achieve that goal in a healthy and reasonable way. Crash diets or sudden bursts of exercise can never be the best ways to lose weight. The body likes slow changes in terms of food and exercise.

When we suddenly start to starve ourselves, we run the risk of becoming deficient in necessary nutrients and vitamins that our body needs. Similarly, sudden changes in exercise regime might cause injury to one’s body and set our fitness levels in a back gear. At times, it may even leave us demotivated.

So, if one needs to lose weight, what should one do?

Understand the relationship between energy needs and body weight

Our body uses food for energy. It stores any excess energy as fat. Therefore, if we eat more food than what our body needs for daily activities and cell maintenance, we are bound to gain weight. To lose weight, we need to get your body to use up these stores of fat.

Follow the three-prong strategy

  • Adjust the daily diet scientifically to help reduce the extra calories one is used to eating.

  • Increase the levels of activity one is used to. This helps to increase our metabolism and thus the body burns more calories throughout the day.

  • Being perseverant

Let us try and further explore these strategies in detail.

Strategy 1: Gradual restructuring of the present food pattern

Sustained weight loss should involve permanent change in one’s eating habits. But, this must be achieved by taking baby steps. Even small changes can make a huge difference.

These changes could mean changing the kinds of food, time of food, meal portions or method of cooking. Also, if the change in eating habits is done keeping one’s preferences in mind, with little deviation from their routine, it takes less effort to follow a plan.

Over a long term this strategy helps to change our perception about food and bring about a lifestyle change.

What it does not mean

Crash dieting which usually ends up with you either getting weaker or giving up in desperation. It can also lead to a yo-yoing effect of drastic weight loss followed by weight gain, resulting in a vicious cycle.

Strategy 2: Set up a sustainable exercise regime

The second aspect of one’s health plan must be a recommended exercise routine. This follows a simple logic that if one increases the amount of exercise one does for the same diet and calorie intake, they will almost certainly lose weight. So, if it is coupled with diet changes, the results are always encouraging.

The exercise plan need not make a huge dent into your pocket. This too should be thought through and planned keeping one’s preference in mind. Physical activity is more important than the form. So, if one is not a gym person, brisk walking even for 45 minutes a day, would work wonders for you.

Key is to find something that one enjoys, is easy to do in terms of location and cost. It is then more likely to be build it into one’s routineand taken to a logical conclusion.

Strategy 3: Be patient and persevere

Staying motivated throughout the entire transformation process is probably the toughest challenge.It might take a while before one notice any changes, but they will steadily appear. There will be days when you would want to or probably will give into your temptations. There would also be times when the weighing scale would simply refuse to budge. Instead of losing weight you would be frustrated on having put a little back on.

Remember, that everyone goes through this phase - it is normal! Only thing is that one should not let it come in the way to a healthier self. All it might need is a tweak in the health plan. Set realistic goals and keep in mind that slow and steady would always win the race! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dietitian/Nutritionist.

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My weight is 66.5 and height is 5'9. If you take it as per the ratio of height to weight, the weight is ok. But in this same weight, I look very obese. My belly fat is very large. How should I reduce the belly fat as soon as possible. And why it looks so obese?

Bachelor In Clinical Nutrition and Dieteics, Master in Nutrition and Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Pune
My weight is 66.5 and height is 5'9. If you take it as per the ratio of height to weight, the weight is ok. But in th...
Hello lybrate-user. Since your height to weight ratio i.e Bmi is okay. But your body has more has visceral fats (fats near tummy area) which is not a acceptable condition. This happens due to over consumption of carbs and fats in the diet at the same time with no physical activity. I suggest you to start your day with lemon water which will cleanse your system. Eat breakfast properly and dinner should be very light and should consist of a complex carb protein and fibre source. You can also start with running or jogging early morning but not in an empty stomach (take a fruit) before that. All the best.
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How to reduce fat in a few days I want a great answer from you I am waiting. N also how to remove diabetes from a persons body.

MSc
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
How to reduce fat in a few days I want a great answer from you I am waiting. N also how to remove diabetes from a per...
Hi incorporate more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains into your diet while eliminating unhealthy foods. - if you are working or studying away from home, try to pack healthy lunch and snacks for yourself to avoid eating unhealthy food daily. - don't eat straight from the packet - use a plate or bowl to control how much you eat. - don't delay or skip meals. - cut down your consumption of aerated drinks and sodas. - drink at least 8 glasses of water every day. Drink water after waking up and before sleeping. Being dehydrated may make you feel like you're hungry, so it is important to stay hydrated. - have homemade fruit and vegetable juices - eat 5-6 small healthy meals every 2-3 hours, every day, instead of having a few big ones. This regulates your blood sugar level and your metabolism. - don't skip breakfast, instead, make it rich with complex carbohydrates and proteins, so it can provide you with energy to get through the day. Try to include the following as your morning breakfast, oats porridge, eggs on multigrain toast or daliya with sprouts. - avoid artificial sweeteners in processed foods. - eat slowly as it takes about 20 minutes for your brain to register if you're full or not. Eating too fast leads to overeating, so chew slowly to digest your food better and control how much you eat. - use a smaller plate to control your portion sizes and avoid overeating. - know your cravings and do not snack when you're emotional. It is said that you crave crunchy and savory food when you're stressed, frustrated or lonely. Figure out what you crave and replace them with healthier alternatives. - do not eat mindlessly; concentrate on your food instead of watching tv or playing with your phone to avoid overeating.
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Mere left belly me kavi kavi dhard hota ha. Or sometime right belly me hota ha. Sas vi thik se nahi hota. Plzzz tell me I know it right now.

M.Sc. in Dietetics and Food Service Management , Post Graduate Diploma In Computer Application, P.G.Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics , B.Sc.Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Mere left belly me kavi kavi dhard hota ha. Or sometime right belly me hota ha. Sas vi thik se nahi hota. Plzzz tell ...
Take plenty of water every day. chew food properly and eat slowly. take frequent and small meals at regular intervals.
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I'm 29 years old, I am daily workouts and yoga also, but my stomach fat and hip fat not reduce. Help me.

Diploma in Diet and Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
I'm 29 years old, I am daily workouts and yoga also, but my stomach fat and hip fat not reduce. Help me.
Two things are required for reducing stomach and hips. #1 Reduced diet #2. Intensive exercise like running or Aerobis. When both these are combined properly and monitored then definitely you can get your weight and waist and hips under control.
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