Weight Loss Centers Overland Park KS

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Slimmer Image W Eight Loss
(913) 339-6000
PO Box 70012
Overland Park, KS
Medi-Weightloss Clinics of Overland Park
(913) 284-0459
4550 West 109th Street Suite 130
Overland Park, KS
Surgical Weight Loss Center
(913) 647-3999
14205 Metcalf Ave
Overland Park, KS
Slim 4 Life
(913) 397-0907
12755 S Mur Len Rd
Olathe, KS
Curves For Women
(913) 334-6900
7604 State Ave
Kansas City, KS
Weight Loss Health Center
(913) 541-0230
12850 Metcalf Ave
Overland Park, KS
Weight Watchers
(913) 227-0152
11752 W 95th St
Overland Park, KS
Curves For Women
(913) 393-1125
12705 S Mur Len Rd
Olathe, KS
Olathe Nutrition
(913) 390-5377
539 E Santa Fe St
Olathe, KS
Endermologie by Sleek Physique
(913) 908-9509
4601 W 109th St Ste #122
Kansas City, KS

How to Lose Water Weight?

Water Weight is the medical condition

in which the body of an individual retains the excess amount of water which in turn results in the swelling of the body parts .

Water weight makes one feel bloated. Water Weight is easy to get rid of and one can easily lose it within few hours of extra efforts . The various measures for losing water weight includes stopping of certain medications like steroids or estrogen replacement hormones, drinking lot of water, limiting the salt intake (500 to 1500 mg/day), consuming a balanced diet, consuming herbal diuretics (like Celery, Cranberry juice, Dandelion, Fennel, etc.), consuming beverages like Coffee, Tea, Coke, etc.), increasing the activity level by exercises like bicycle riding, playing tennis, walking or running, and many more.

However, if one continues to retain water weight even on following the above measures than there is a need to contact the physician immediately.


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How to Lose Weight Quickly?

Every obese person wants to lose weight and

for this he/she has to follow some weight losing programs.

There are different methods which one has to follow to lose weight quickly but remember not to starve your body in losing weight otherwise you may suffer from severe complications. The various methods of weight losing regimen are: -
(1) Drink lot of water as water is the best natural appetite suppressant.
(2) Change your eating habits by avoiding the eating of foods than the required amount.
(3) Consume lot of fibrous food items like cabbage, brown rice, beans, potatoes, and many more.
(4) Consuming more carbohydrates than the fats.
(5) Perform some aerobic exercise, yoga and if possible one join gym also to burn out the extra amount of calories of the body.
(6) Become optimistic about the weight losing program.
(7) Consume more and more fresh fruits daily.
(8) Avoid chocolates and alcoholic drinks.
(9) Decrease the fat contents of your diet.

One must follow the weight losing regimen under the supervision of a dietician or a physician to get faster results.


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How to Measure Body Fat?

Body Fat is an important term in successful weight control.

An individual with less fat tends to have more muscles and in turn more calories he/she can eat before gaining weight.

There are different methods by which Body Fat of a person can be measured like Home Body Fat Scales, Skinfold Calipers, Hydrostatic weighing, Rope and Choke technique, Dual energy x-ray absorptiometry, Anthropometric method, BMI method, Near-infrared interactance, and many more. However, out of them only few techniques are more commonly used which are given below: -

(1) Home Body Fat Scales in which low-level electrical current is passed through the body and impedance (opposition to flow of current) is measured and the results are interpreted to detect the Body Fat.
(2) Skinfold Calipers measure the Body Fat accurately and only the need here is to follow the process correctly.
(3) Hydrostatic Weighing in which body density is measured by calculating the amount of water displayed when you immerse yourself in water and than results are used in a formula to determine the Body Fat.
(4) Rope and Choke technique in which the circumference of the abdomen and neck is measured and results are used in a formula to determine the Body Fat.


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