Dr. Muffi 15/3/2019 | Friday
If you want to maintain a healthy weight, counting the number of hours you sleep in a day is as important as keeping a check on your calories. In fact, not getting enough shut-eye can affect your health and waistline adversely. Staying awake all night worrying about weight gain isn’t going to help you shed the extra pounds.
People who fail in losing weight through diet, medications and exercises find their best weight loss solution in surgical alternatives.
People are impatient when it comes to slimming down, isn’t it? Be it following rigorous crash diets or spending hours at the gym sweating out your calories...
The increasing risk of serious health conditions is convincing a growing number of people to adopt a healthy lifestyle.
Many of our choices; dietary and lifestyle choices, can increase or decrease risk of cancer...
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Not only water is important to keep our bodies functioning but also as shown in a recent study published in the American college of surgeon’s...
This is a term I have coined to specifically address obesity and diabetes when they occur together.
I am not a fan of fad theories. Neither do I believe in being alarmist. However, a raging current debate that I would like to...
Last week, we spoke about non-dairy milks, and how to introduce them into your diet.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder among women of reproductive age.
30-39 Is this the age box you tick on forms?
You need to pay attention, then. Because this post is for you.
Do you need that 3 pm sugar rush? Do you crave that chocolate bar immediately after dinner?
The most common mistake that patients make is that the minute they start feeling better, they lose touch with their doctor.
Even as a surgeon, I believe that weight-loss surgery should be the last resort. It is first important to make lifestyle changes,
Moving your body is important for everyone at any age. Doing some form of exercise regularly makes...
It is important to approach food from the aspect of improving wellness, and not for weight loss.
Set goals: Be clear about what you want to achieve, and why. Work with your doctor on this. Ask your nutritionist, if you have one.