Weight Loss

Weight Loss

Carbohydrates and protein make up the other two macronutrients, along with fat. Carbohydrate plays a structural and metabolic role in the body. A healthy diet should include fat. In order for our bodies to function and to prevent disease, we need a small amount of healthy fat. Despite this, a lot of modern diets are high in fat. The wrong types of fat, as well as too much of it, can lead to serious health problems including obesity, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol, which increased the risk of a heart attack. Losing weight is therefore essential.


  • Leptin Resistance
  • Certain health conditions
  • Heart Diseases
  • Respiratory problems
  • Lack of sleep
  • Genetics
  • Certain health conditions
  • Water retention
  • High blood cholesterol

Diagnosis and Treatment


Diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes do not contribute to weight loss. Weight loss of more than ten pounds, or five percent of body weight, over six to twelve months is considered “unexplained.” An unexplained loss of weight could indicate a serious condition or illness. When you (or a family member) experience weight loss that you cannot explain, it is important to seek medical attention. Identifying the underlying cause of weight loss is crucial to treating it. Your doctor may suggest a wait-and-see approach and a special diet if no underlying condition is identified immediately.


Home remedies 

  • Green tea
  • Lemon water
  • Drink more water
  • Hot peppers
  • Dandelion tea
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