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Weight Loss Without Dieting or Exercising

Updated on September 14, 2013

Dr. Oz's latest Diet

Ayurvedic or ayurveda is one of the oldest medical systems in the world. Dr. Oz featured the 2,000 year-old ayurvedic weight loss plan on a recent show as a fat cure! Dr. Oz stated the plan was just three tricks to “create an environment in your body where you can get rid of fat more effortlessly.”

The three easy steps are: 1. drink a fat fighting tea, 2. take a supplement and 3. have a big lunch NOT a big dinner.


Fat Busting Tea

The tea is easy to brew, mix ½ teaspoon each of whole cumin, coriander and fennel seeds in five cups water, and simmer for five minutes, strain and enjoy. Cumin and coriander lower fattening hormone levels and speed the break down of fat. Fennel reduces bloating.


Triphala--newest fat cure

The supplement is an ayurvedic formula of three highly antioxidant fruits, amla, haritaki, and vibhitaki. The newest fat cure is a supplement called triphala. “It’s kind of like hitting the easy button for weight lost,” according to Dr. Chaudhary, a San Diego neurologist. “It’s the one supplement I believe every American should be on.” A new study showed the average person lost 11 pounds in 12 weeks without dieting or exercising.

Amla is an antioxidant that removes excess inflammation from the body. Other benefits include increase in lean body mass and maintaining healthy blood sugar levels. Haritaki is a natural cleanser. It helps support digestion and colon health. Vibhitaki is used to detoxify, cleanse and balance other systems in the body. It also reduces fats and fluids in the body. The recommended dosage is 1,000mg before bed. There are no known side effects or interactions with triphala.


Eat your big meal mid day

The ayurvedic plan says lunch is the most important meal of the day. Your digestive system is at its strongest during mid day. Dinner should have smaller portions and be eaten before 7 p.m. Your digestive process gets weaker at night and doesn’t process all foods. The undigested foods turn into toxins and are stored in your fat cells. This leads to weight gain and many other health issues.


The main purpose of ayurvedic medicine is to cleanse the body of substances that cause disease and to achieve harmony and balance. Dr. John Douillard of Colorado said of ayurevedic practices, “It’s a safe stress-free way to transform your body.”

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