NEW YORK, May 19, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Experts in the area of weight loss say that it is possible to lose weight without
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According to a recent WebMD article (http://www.webmd.com/diet/lose-weight-fast-how-to-do-it-safely), for adults who suffer from moderate obesity, it is possible to lose about 2-3 pounds per week with sensible eating and a regular exercise routine. One of the keys to success is burning about 500 calories more, per day, than one eats. Such a method does not call for "starvation" eating or outlandish amounts of exercise. Dr Pankaj Naram's weight loss system, which traces back more than 2,000 years, also focuses on the overall health of the individual, which comes from lifestyle changes, not quick fixes.
According to researchers, one way to lose weight rather quickly at the beginning of a diet is to reduce the amount of starches and sodium consumed. Many weight loss experts note that it is not so much about what to avoid as about what to include. Overweight people tend to have unhealthy eating habits, tend to consume too much sodium and starch, and don't usually eat enough fruits and vegetables.
A central recommendation, the experts note, is to add fruits, vegetables to one's regularly consumed foods. Why? Vegetables are known to help people "feel full." Dr Pankaj Naram also adds that if you take out wheat and dairy from your diet, your digestion system can function in a way that helps your body to naturally burn weight faster. One person who just came to Dr Pankaj Naram's clinic in Toronto reported that simply by cutting out wheat and dairy from his diet, he lost 50 pounds in a matter of only two months.
"There are many ancient secrets like this," Dr Pankaj Naram says, "which can help you not only lose weight but be healthier, full of energy, looking and feeling younger at any age." Dr Pankaj Naram's master lived to 125 years, and Dr Pankaj Naram credited a big part of that with his diet. "What foods did he eat, and which foods did he not eat, which helped him? That is what so much of the world now is missing."
Researchers suggest it is also wise for dieters to eat three meals per day, not skipping any meals. Drinking lots of water helps digestion and also helps to regulate the hunger mechanism in the brain. It is also recommended that dieters get tempting foods out of their homes altogether, stay busy and never eat out of boredom. Smart dieting also means eating only from a plate while a person is seated at a table.
Master Healer Dr Pankaj Naram is an international authority who helps people from all walks of life. He has now helped more than a million people from 108 countries with chronic and acute health challenges like obesity, diabetes, infertility, high blood pressure, hair loss, digestion challenges, psoriasis, ADD/ADHD, autism, kidney challenges, heart problems, and on and on. Through the use of six simple ancient instruments, including understanding the effect different foods have on the body, Dr Pankaj Naram is able to help many people who otherwise would not have been able to receive help due to cost or local access to healthcare. Dr. Pankaj Naram has worked with famous people as well as the destitute.
His work with Mother Teresa, the Dalai Lama and Nelson Mandela is well known, as is his loyalty to the poorest people of India and around the world who usually have nowhere else to turn when they need help. Master Healer Dr Pankaj Naram is a recognized expert in pulse reading and marma shakti.
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