London, UK (PRWEB UK) 7 January 2014
India’s Ministry of Health has decided to pay for some or all of the cost for weight-loss surgery for high-ranking government officials, The Wall Street Journal reported December 21st. According to the article, “India to Cover Weight-Loss Surgery for MPs,” for the first time, bariatric surgery has been added to a list of medical treatments covered under a health insurance programme for current and retired national government workers, including members of Parliament and Supreme Court judges. Dr. Manoj Jain, senior chief medical officer at the Ministry of Health, commented, ‘It was being demanded by beneficiaries for quite a long time, that’s why the government decided to include it. Before the government was considering it on a case-to-case basis.’ (http://blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/2013/12/21/india-to-cover-weight-loss-surgery-for-mps-judges/)
Following on from this, Yourwellness Magazine explored ways to lose weight without compromising on wellness. Yourwellness Magazine noted, ‘Losing weight and improving your fitness doesn’t have to be an awful process. It is possible to improve your wellness and wellbeing without going to any swanky resort or putting yourself through hell down at the gym. If you’re trying to do it the easy way, fibre is your friend. Fibre helps you to absorb the fat and cholesterol in your body and it also travels down your digestive tract really nicely which helps to stop any excess weight from water retention or constipation.’ (http://www.yourwellness.com/2013/12/best-tricks-lose-weight-without-losing-wellness/#sthash.7tVupWvc.dpuf)
Yourwellness Magazine recommended readers have a cup of Greek yoghurt with granola for breakfast, some popcorn for a snack, chickpeas with lunch, apples and almonds as a snack and then broccoli and quinoa with the evening meal. Yourwellness Magazine also pointed out that making breakfast the biggest meal of the day can help with weight loss, as metabolism slows down throughout the day. Yourwellness Magazine added that the best way to beat cravings is simply to delay gratification. Instead of saying no to indulgence, say no to indulging straight away.
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