Right Calorie Count to avoid Obesity Surgery in Delhi

Author: Dr. Mohit Jain
by Dr. Mohit Jain
Posted: Oct 12, 2017

Calories are the unit of energy, which is generally used to determine the quantity of energy content of foods. The human body breaks down the food molecules and utilizes the deposited energy for different mental and physical functions such as body movements, thinking, and growing. The everyday count of calories plays a crucial role in weight control. Basically, it is not about how much you eat, but, it is about what you eat? Different food has a different amount of calories, which actually makes sense to choose the healthy food wisely. On an average, a man with active lifestyle aged between 25 to 40 years, is supposed to take 2400 to 3000 calories per day, whereas, an active woman should consume 2000 to 2400 calories a day. The numbers may seem high, but, it can be easily reached. For example, just a single meal of fries, coke, and a hamburger totals for about 1300 calories.

Every person is concerned to maintain a healthy weight, but, unfortunately, they fail to do so because calorie consumption is one of the major contributors to overweight and obesity. For sure, today, the medical solution is available for almost every condition, and even for overweight, there is an option to undergo the Obesity Surgery in Delhi, which is a surgical procedure where the excess body fat is removed from the abdominal or other body parts. Sure, this surgery can give back your confidence and active life, but, there is one thing strictly advised post-surgery that is to only consume the suggested amount of calories to prevent the surgery from failure. And if you have to do the same thing that is to count the number of calorie intake, why not to do the same before gaining extra weight. Just keep one thing in mind, "eat less, but, eat healthy".

However, there are certain lifestyle factors that also contribute to weight gain and unfortunately, make a person a candidate for the Obesity Surgery in Delhi:

Not getting enough sleep – incomplete sleep increases the risk of being obese because of several hormonal changes, like glucose intolerance, occurs when a body doesn’t get sufficient rest. It can also shoot hunger to consume more calories and tiredness that lowers the physical activity.

Poor schedule of eating – yes, there is a proper time to take every meal. Like the breakfast should be taken between 7 to 9 am, then lunch between 1 to 3 pm, and dinner before 9 pm. But, due to imbalanced lifestyle, people take their dinner midnight and go to bed right after the meal. This adds a number of inches to the body.

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Looking for Obesity Surgery in Delhi? Visit Dr. Mohit Jain’s clinic-Saksham Surgicare to book an appointment today. He is one of the best Senior Consultant Laparoscopic and General Surgery in Delhi, India.

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