Effective Weight Loss

Effective Weight Loss


Glojas Smart International Aesthetics is located in an affluent residential area in the heart of Kuala Lumpur and has been in practice for more than 20 years under the founding CEO, Dato’ Dr.Jas G. He is a qualified Medical Doctor, Licensed Aesthetic Practitioner and a Graduate Diplomate in Hair Restoration Surgery from The American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery (ABHRS).

Our In-House Plastic Surgeon is Dr.Mohd Ali who is one of Malaysia’s top plastic surgeons and Malaysia’s only fully qualified Craniofacial Surgeon with more than 15 years of rich experience.

The best way to achieve a healthy weight is not by following a short-term diet or program. Instead, focus on permanent, positive changes that promote lifelong health and well-being.

Water Assisted Liposuction & Vanquish Fat Burners are more than Safe, Effective & FDA Approved.

Here at Glojas Smart International Aesthetics, we will closely journey with you for your successful weight loss management program which incorporates the choice of either an Invasive solution through a Liposuction done by our In-House Plastic Surgeon or a Fat Burner treatment program under the guidance of our founding CEO and Aesthetic Doctor, Dato’ Dr.JasG. Both these solutions are more than safe and effective.

Our Founding CEO, Hair Transplant & Aesthetic Doctor is Dato’ Dr.JasG comes with more than 20 years of rich experience, talent and knowledge. Dato will ensure successful results of a well contoured face, body and remarkably lustrous hair. Dato’ Dr.JasG is a Graduate Diplomate Hair Restoration Doctor from The American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery (ABHRS). The ABHRS is world’s highest governing body for Hair Restoration Surgeons.


The three keys to a healthy weight:


  1. Eat well

  • Don’t skip meals – this may lead to overeating later. Weight loss efforts are most successful when meals and snacks are small and spread out during the day.
  • Eat balanced meals. Choosing a wide variety of foods is important for good health, but control portion sizes and avoid second servings. Try serving the foods on your plate with these tips in mind:
    • Fill one quarter of your plate with lean protein – this portion size fits within the palm of your hand. Lean protein sources include fish (especially salmon), poultry, egg whites and tofu.
    • Then fill at least half of your plate with non-starchy vegetables like tomatoes, salads and other greens, broccoli, carrots, mushrooms and green beans.
    • If desired, add a small portion of fruit or a cup of low-fat or non-fat milk or yogurt. Or, enjoy these as a between-meals snack instead.
  • Limit foods that are high in saturated fat, since fat is a concentrated source of calories.
    • Choose lean meats. Trim visible fat from meats and skin from poultry before eating.
    • Use lower-fat cooking methods, such as baking, broiling, roasting, stewing and steaming. Avoid frying foods.
    • Watch out for added fats from condiments, such as cheese, butter, margarine, mayonnaise and salad dressing.
    • Eat less added sugars in the form of table sugar, honey, sweets, pastries and desserts.
    • Avoid high-calories beverages like sodas, fruit juices and alcohol.


  1. Be active – exercise

Try making exercise a daily habit. Aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate activity, such as brisk walking, on most days of the week. If your goal is to lose weight, however, you’ll benefit from doing more, as much as 60 to 90 minutes of activity per day.

Don’t set the bar too high when you’re just getting started. Start slowly, and gradually increase your daily activity level. Some tips for increasing activity levels:

  • Limit TV, computer and video game use.
  • Schedule family exercise time.
  • Get an exercise video or equipment to use at home.
  • Walk the dog.
  • Do errands by foot or bike.
  • Take the stairs instead of the elevator.
  • Park farther away or get off the bus a few stops early and walk the rest of the way.
  • Join a walking group, aerobics class, sports team, local pool, gym or community centre.

To stay motivated

  • Choose a variety of activities to keep your workouts interesting.
  • Set realistic goals, at a reasonable pace.
  • Plan exercise into your weekly schedule.
  • Find an exercise buddy – you can rely on each other for support.
  • Keep an exercise log. Writing down what we do helps keep us focused.
  • Set a non-food reward for progress in meeting your goal.


  1. Be aware and plan

  • At home, eat only while sitting down at the table and stay out of the kitchen unless you are preparing food.
  • Keep tempting foods out of sight and make healthy snacks available.
  • Use smaller plates, bowls and glasses.
  • Make it inconvenient to eat more by chewing gum or brushing your teeth after meals.


Eat mindfully

  • Take small bites.
  • Chew your food well.
  • Put your utensil down between bites and savour the taste of the food.


Monitor your progress:

  • Check your body weight at least once a week – daily is okay – and keep a logbook.
  • Keep a daily food journal. It will make you think more carefully about what you’re eating and allow you to monitor calories. There are many ways to track calories, including applications for your handheld device, free or paid online programs, or the good old fashioned paper and pencil method.
Do contact us today for your FREE Consultation with Dato’ Dr.JasG! +60126234919. Here at Glojas, we bring out the best in you!



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