ABOUT OBESITY

What is Urjit?

Highly skilled team of ayurvedic formulators after extensive research are dedicated to creating an effective anti obesity ayurvedic medicine Urjit.


Urjit is formulated with maximum safety and effectiveness, so you get results which you can actually see.

Urjit is formulated with maximum safety and effectiveness, so you get results which you can actually see.


What is the difference between overweight and obese?

Stages of overweight are medically defined by body mass index (BMI). An individual with a BMI of 23 to 29.9 is clinically classified as overweight. A BMI of 30 or more is classified as obese.

What are the health risks associated with obesity?

There are more than 30 medical conditions that are associated with obesity. Individuals who are obese are at risk of developing one or more of these serious medical conditions, causing poor health or, in severe cases, early death. In fact, People who are obese have a 29% increased risk of premature death. The most prevalent obesity-related diseases include:

What causes obesity?

Obesity is due to an individual taking in more calories than they burn over an extended period of time. These “extra” calories are stored as fat. Although there are several factors that can lead to this energy imbalance in obese individuals, the main contributors are behavior, environment and genetics.

What are the social effects of obesity?

Individuals affected by obesity often face obstacles far beyond health risks. Emotional suffering may be one of the most painful parts of obesity. Society often emphasizes the importance of physical


Medically Managed Weight-Loss?

Medically managed weight-loss programs provide treatment with a medical doctor. These programs typically offer services such as prescription of weight-loss medications, nutrition education, physical activity instruction and behavioral therapy.

Unhealthy Eating Habits

  • Erratic eating habits. Viz. Fast food, Junk Food, fried food and colas
  • Frequent fast and fried food consumption
  • Excess consumption of refined foods
  • Not consuming enough fruits and vegetables

  • Effects at Work

    Due to the negative stigma associated with obesity, obese employees are often viewed as less competent, lazy and lacking in self-discipline by their co-workers and employers. Often times, discriminatory attitudes can negatively impact salary, promotions and employment status for obese employees.

    Finding a job can also be a difficult task for an obese individual. Studies show that obese applicants are less likely to be hired than thinner applicants, despite having identical job qualifications.

    What treatments are available for obesity?

    Obesity treatment strategies vary from person to person. Beginning treatment early is an essential part of success, and it is important to talk with your Doctor before beginning any weight-loss program.

    There are several methods for treating obesity, such as behavior modification, physical activity, and medically managed weight-loss medications.

    Behavior Modification

    Behavior plays a significant role in obesity. Modifying behaviors that have contributed to developing obesity is one way to treat the disease either alone or in conjunction with other treatments. A few suggested behavior modifiers include: changing eating habits, increasing physical activity, becoming educated about the body and how to nourish it appropriately and setting realistic weight management goals.

    Physical Activity

    Increasing or initiating a physical activity program is an important aspect in managing obesity. Today’s society has developed a very sedentary lifestyle and routine physical activity can greatly impact your health. Set realistic goals and make sure to consult with your doctor before initiating any exercise program.