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Dr. Jigar Gor 's Ayurveda Clinic in bhuj


Lose weight with Ayurveda Science

How to reduce weight?

This is the question asked by millions of people world over with the increasing menace of obesity. Every one seem to be targeted at weight loss- going on diet, exercising, adopting detox diets, fainting with nearly no food for days- and still regaining weight as soon as they resume their old food habits or stop exercising. Ayurvedic weight loss is a very scientific approach towards weight loss. It believes that every body has different constitution based upon three doshas- Vaata, Pitta and Kapha. Therefore, each body needs to take and avoid food items on the basis of their body constitutes. 

Diet and lifestyle that results in accumulation of fat.Other causes are-

* Lack of exercise and inactive lifestyle

* Sleeping in the afternoon

* High calorie intake or consumption of sweetened foods

Fat gets deposited in all living beings. Some amount of fat is necessary since it keeps the body moist, provides insulation from heat, protects bones from shock and stores energy. Excessive fat tends to accumulate mostly on the belly, hips and breasts. Left unattended, it leads to a vicious circle of inactivity. Obesity leads to further inactivity as obese individuals find it difficult to remain active.

How to Reduce Weight Naturally?Ayurveda advocates a realistic look at your body type when trying weight loss. It does not say to punish or devoid the body of its due nourishment ( as when we spend days together by just having three glasses of vegetable juice in a day). Ayurveda teaches to know one’s body then bringing all its systems in synchronization. It guides the mind’s and body’s ability to regulate themselves by calming the nervous system, enhancing the digestive fires, and regulating the storage of energy and fat.

Determination of the Appropriate Weight for Your Physique :
First issue to address is the realization that there are different healthy weights and builds for different people. Ayurveda has a deep understanding of body types or psycho-physiological constitutions. By nature different people have different builds, which are described as ectomorph, endomorph and mesomorph physiques. Some people will have heavier builds at a certain height than others. Heavy build individuals are still healthy at weights that would be unhealthy for individuals with a genetically thinner build constitution.
The main things to do when trying for weight loss include-
  • Eating according to body type- foods that are complementary to your body type.
  • Exercising- not only body but also the mind (that is exactly what we do when doing Yoga)
  • Discipline in eating habits- right quantity of food at right time.
  • Strengthening the digestive capability through food habits and exercise.
  • Using herbs and home remedies for weight loss (instead of anti obesity drugs that suppress hunge
Reducing Weight the Natural Way :

From the ayurveda point of view weight problems are not just a matter of eating too much. Being overweight, especially severe obesity is mainly a problem of the metabolism. This has to be changed in order to have really long lasting effects.
This explains why most weight control approaches fail. The reduction of weight mainly by reducing their food intake, hoping they thereby are achieving their target quickly. But just eating less alone does not solve the problem. Often even just the opposite is the case. No significant weight reduction takes place and after having completed the fasting regimen, weight is quickly gained again. All metabolic processes usually get weaker while fasting. In most cases of obesity the different metabolic functions have, however, to be strengthened for the nourishing values of the food to be fully assimilated by the different tissues of the body.Incompletely digested foods create toxins and impurities that are eventually absorbed, travel throughout the physiology and localize in tissues disrupting their function. This process is at the basis of a wide variety of complications in the overweight condition.

Ayurvedic diet for reducing weight takes into consideration the level of activity of the patient and then correlates it with basic nutritional requirements. The emphasis is on a balanced diet that includes food items from each of the groups, namely, milk, meat, fruit, vegetables and cereals. Avoid curds and prefer buttermilk instead. Allow an occasional treat but keep away from fatty and sweetened foods and drinks.

Small changes in lifestyles can go a long way in increasing physical activity. Climb stairs instead looking for the lift, walk down to buy groceries and bring children back home from school on foot. These provide healthy exercise without having to join a gym. Regular sexual activity too is a healthy exercise. Afternoon sleep is a big no-no in Ayurveda. It reduces the metabolic process of burning calories.

Here at our our clinic we provide in-detail diet chart according to body constitutes and Prakrutti of individuals. Along with that there are so many herbs and herbomineral combination( stated in ancient books like Charak sanhita, Bhaishajya ratnavali etc) available according to Diseases, Prakrutti and Body type. We do recommends  such combination, decoction that is developed by us from our experiences.

What we do for weight loss is—>>>

  1. Proper use of spices and cooking oils
  2. Herbal preparations for improving digestion
  3. Important differences in diet between breakfast, lunch and dinner
  4. A simple system to determine a balanced diet
  5. Digestion enhancing foods
  6. Digestion depressing food
  7. How to eat for maximum digestion
  8. Proper food combining to avoid indigestion
  9. Non-dietary regimens to improve digestive strength including specific yoga asanas and breathing techniques

Your Weight Loss Program gives you treatments for reducing the major sources of toxin accumulation:
EliminationRecommend elimination of impurities from the digestive tract before they have a chance to be reabsorbed into circulation.
MetabolismDietary and herbal recommendations help the body restore balance to metabolic processes that cleanse the physiology.
Circulation : Dietary, herbal and physical treatments like yoga asanas, massage and heat application are used in Ayurveda to remove blockages and open circulation

Panchkarma procedures are  very effective in such cases. We do recommends and perform such therapy for reducing the weight. Selection of Herbs in therapy is matters of experts.

Honey – The natural Healer

Honey is the very common n easily found in kitchen…
Let see some of its medicinal n Healthy uses—

Honey provides a natural sweetener that can be used instead of sugar. Honey is a whole food that comes from plant nectar and does not raise blood sugar as other simple sugars do. Honey also contains a variety of minerals and vitamins and has a long history as a healing food. Honey has been used as an antiseptic, antimicrobial, and antibiotic.

Antibiotic Honey Kills Germs
Honey has long been used for its antibiotic properties and research has now demonstrated the mechanism. In an article published in the Journal of the Federation of American Society for Experimental Biology, scientists explain that a protein made by the bees called defensin-1 is the active germ-killing ingredient in honey. The researchers postulate that honey may even be able to treat diseases and infections that are antibiotic resistant such as MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus).

Vitamins and Minerals in Honey
Honey contains vitamin A, vitamin B2 or riboflavin B3 or nicotinic acid, B5 called pantothenic acid, vitamin C, biotin (also known as vitamin H) and rutine. Honey also contains many minerals: including calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, copper, iodine, and zinc. The bee pollen in honey contains a great deal of protein as well.

Antioxidants in Honey
Honey contains antioxidants. A study at the University of California demonstrated that consuming honey can raise antioxidant levels in the blood. The darker the honey, the more antioxidants it contains. Dark colored honey from Illinois buckwheat has been shown to have 20 times the antioxidant value as sage honey from California.

Skin Healing Properties of Honey
Because honey has antimicrobial and antiseptic properties, it can be used to heal skin conditions. Hundreds of cases have been published in medical journals demonstrating honey’s ability to cure wounds and burns. Honey kills bacteria in the skin and speeds the healing of burns. It can be used to treat sunburns as well.

Honey in History
Honey has been used as far back as Ancient Egypt. Pictured on ancient hieroglyphs and stored in tombs, honey was mentioned on the Rosetta Stone. King Menes, an Egyptian King from 4000 B.C, was known as the Beekeeper. The use of honey combined with wine and milk for healing was recorded in Egyptian medical texts written on papyrus.