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I am 23 years old female but my weight is 78 now how can I reduce it & how much weight is better for me?
I started working in private company temporarily in night shift for three months ie. From August to October middle and I gained 10 kgs and my tummy/waist line looks like as if I'm pregnant even at normal time. I drink lots of water and even I eat all seasonal fruits but what can be done to reduce my gained weight in thigh, butt and waist line. Please help me with your best suggestion.
I am actually 75 kilos currently and my height is 163cms. I need to lose my weight as soon as possible. My brother's marriage is fast approaching. Is it possible to reduce nearly 10 kilos in 2 to 3 months time? Please guide me some diet and exercise for it.
I am 17yrs old girl. My height according to my age must be up till 5" But its just 4'10" & my weight is approx. 42. Can you just suggest me anything to grow my height & loose my weight within 1 or 2 months?
I am taking meal replacement shakes in lunch time for last two months and consuming a balanced diet in morning and evening time. I am going for morning walk twice a week but I have just loose 2 kg weight till now. What should I do additionally to loose my weight in more fast way? Please help me.
I am 46 yrs old I am thyroid patient and gaining weight so please tel me how to reduce and control weight.
I have a lump on my left thigh. Shows up at times then hides. I am obese and want to lose weight and inches please help.
How can reduce my weight ? I am 25 year old .but my weight around 80 kg .how can reduce my weight? Please give me correct answer pls
I can wake up at morning for morning walk. My weight is 90 kg. So wake up is necessary. Bt at night sleep does not come. So what shall I do to sleep early at night.
Obesity is the condition of being fat or overweight. Being obese poses a lot of difficulty for an individual in his/her daily life. Apart from heightened health conditions, being obese can lead to a lack of mobility, excessive eating, and lower self-esteem. Obesity is mostly caused due to the presence of fats in the body. Lack of physical activities and excessive fat in your diet are found to be the leading causes of obesity.
What are visible and invisible facts actually?
Weight gain happens when the number of calories consumed exceeds the number of calories burnt. Fats contain a huge amount of calories and although reducing the intake of visible fats is possible, avoiding invisible fats could be a challenge. Visible fats are the ones which one is able to see in foods such as margarine, butter, cooking oils, steaks, bacon and other such. On the other hand, invisible or hidden fats are those which are not visible, but present in a wide variety of foods. Mono and poly-saturated fats present in nuts, seeds, cheese, chocolates, hamburgers, French fries are some common examples of hidden or invisible fats.
How visible and invisible fats affect your health?
The presence of fats makes it possible for various culinary functions to occur. For example, the preparation of cakes requires fats which make it soft and light. Similarly, adding fats during the process of cooking tenderizes foods and also improve its appearance. When consumed, fats provide the necessary energy to the body and help in the absorption of vitamins A, D, E, and K.
Limiting the intake of both visible and invisible fats is very crucial as it can prevent serious health issues in the long run. Apart from obesity, excessive fats can lead to diabetes, heart diseases, and stroke. Selecting low-fat foods or cooking food with little fats can help in reducing their intake. A conscious person should read food labels and choose foods with low calories.
In conclusion, visible fats are easy to spot and avoid, but invisible fats are not. So, one may be at an increased risk of obesity from hidden fats. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dietitian/Nutritionist.