Figurin drops|homeopathy medicine for weight loss,obesity treatment

Figurin drops|homeopathy medicine for weight loss,obesity treatment

Figurin drops is a speciality Swiss homeopathic formulation from HerbaMed, world leader in phyto-therapeutics for weight loss, obesity treatment. It is a carefully selected combination of plant extracts and a natural homeopathic treatment to support the loss of weight. This 100% natural preparation is free of any side effects


Action of individual ingredients in Figurin Slimming Drops

Helianthus tuberosus: It has a high saturation value thanks to inulin content (up to 20% in the tubers), but it has no nutritional value, as the inulin is excreted in unchanged form via the kidneys. It is traditionally used in diets and to dissolve obstipation.

Mate: Ilex paraguariensis, also known as Mate, has stimulant and diuretic effects because of its caffeine content. In the South American countries, where it originates from, Mate is taken in order to be able to make major exertions without a feeling of hunger.

Rhamnus Frangula: A “species reducentes” (weight-reducing formula) also contains a good laxative and diuretic such as rhamnus frangula.

Petroselinum crispum: The essential oil of Petroselinum crispum with apiole, myristicin, terpenes, flavonoids works as a diuretic.

Fucus vesiculosus: Containing iodine, bromine, B-carotin, activates the metabolism by a soft stimulation of the thyroid gland

Dosage: Unless otherwise prescribed by your doctor, 30 drops to be taken in a little liquid about 15 minutes before each meal twice a day.

Size: 100ML

Contra Indications
: None. Generally lactating mothers and pregnant women are advised from any form of medication including figurin.

Rate: Rs.1575 (10% OFF!!)

Obesity Causes

 

Weight gain occurs when you eat more calories than your body uses up. If the food you eat provides more calories than your body needs, the excess is converted to fat. Initially, fat cells increase in size. When they can no longer expand, they increase in number. If you lose weight, the size of the fat cells decreases, but the number of cells does not.

Obesity, however, has many causes. The reasons for the imbalance between calorie intake and consumption vary by individual. Your age, sex, genes, psychological makeup, and environmental factors all may contribute to obesity.

 

Genes:

Obesity tends to run in families, This is caused both by genes and by shared diet and lifestyle habits. Having obese relatives does not guarantee that you will be obese.

 

Emotions:

Some people overeat because of depression, hopelessness, anger, boredom, and many other reasons that have nothing to do with hunger. This doesn’t mean that overweight and obese people have more emotional problems than other people. It just means that their feelings influence their eating habits, causing them to overeat. In some unusual cases, obesity may be used as a defense mechanism because of the perceived social pressures related to being more physically desirable, particularly in young girls, In these cases, as with the other emotional causes, psychological intervention may be helpful.

 

Environmental factors:

The most important environmental factor is lifestyle. Your eating habits and activity level are partly learned from the people around you. Overeating and sedentary habits (inactivity) are the most important risk factors for obesity.

 

Sex:

Men have more muscle than women, on average. Because muscle burns more calories than other types of tissue, men use more calories than women, even at rest. Thus, women are more likely than men to gain weight with the same calorie intake.

 

Age:

People tend to lose muscle and gain fat as they age. Their metabolism also slows somewhat. Both of these lower their calorie requirements.

 

Pregnancy:

Women tend to weight an average of 4-6 pounds more after a pregnancy than they did before the pregnancy. This can compound with each pregnancy. This weight gain may contribute to obesity in women.

 

Check yours BMI now:

Body Mass Index Calculator:

Body Mass Index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on height and weight, and is a good measure of your fitness level. Enter your height and weight below to see where you fall.

 

BMI Formula = weight in kilograms/height in

 

1 meter = 100cms

         

 Meter2 = meters x meters

 

E.g. Seema is 170cms tall and weights 80kg.

 

BMI =  27.68 (Overweight)

 

BMI  

Weight Status Categories

Below 18.5

Underweight

18.5 – 24.9

Normal

25 – 29.9

Overweight

30 & Above

Obese

 

 

Tips for Weight Loss, Obesity

 

  • Along with the use of FIGURIN Sliming drops Incorporate healthy eating habits & exercise into your life, it will not only improve your weight but also your overall physical & mental health.
  • Drink atleast eight glasses of water a day to cleanse your body’s system
  • Eat smaller meals more frequently, not longer than three hours between meals.
  • Include variety of food groups like breads & Cereals, vegetables, fruits, milk & dairy products, meat & fish or legumes.
  • Reduce the intake of carbohydrates & foods that have a high fat, sugar and salt content.
  • Avoid yo-yo and crash dieting.
  • Avoid getting glued to the Television and get involved in your household activities.
  • Choose an easy exercise which you will enjoy and continue doing regularly.

 

 

 

 

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