Top Weight Loss Studies of 2012
20) Top Weight Loss Studies of 2012: Weight loss procedures lack standarisation and proficiency
None of the weight-loss solutions currently available in the country are functioning on any reliable logical science, leading to short term weight loss and several linked complications, experts said at the "National Conference on Tackling Nutritional Challenges Among the diabetic Young".
"Lately, centres selling weight-loss in kilos and companies offering weight loss pills and drinks have cropped up as quick-fix solution. Most of them lack a holistic and customized approach, leading to various related health problems," said Manjari Chandra, senior nutritionist from Nutritionistsrepublic.com after attending the discussion, organised by Anna Adarsh Women's College, Chennai and Panacea Health Education.
"The problem with most of the weight-loss centers and products is that instead of making the person understand the science and logic behind the weight gain, they merely work on creating easy and shortcut methods of weight loss, which could be as irrational as 'mono-diet and sauna bath'," said Divyaa Ravi of Fitness One Group India Ltd.
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