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Hi I am 47 years old. Height 5.11 and weight 105. Need to control and reduce my weight to a healthy level. I do morning brisk walk for 4 days a week for 1 hrs. Diet is controlled but I do have a sweet tooth n likibg for sweets. I am not able to loose weight. Do advise.
I am quite thin but I have given several types of medicines but no effect. What should i do to gain weight?
I am 70 years old. A smoker. I have developed LBBB Heart condition. Can it be cured. Please help me.
I am having a major problem in reducing my weight. I am 70 kg and I want to reduce to 60 kg and have been running for the past 1 month.
I have tried all the ways possible by paying doctors or by asking experts no one is able to give me the right answer, I have entered pre diabetic stage and I'm asked to reduce weight so that I can conceive, but I'm confused what to avoid or eat ,as I don't understand meaning of carbohydrates or proteins or any of these, please if any doctor could pity my condition and just help me by telling what I should eat and what I should avoid, like will eating chappati help or leaving rice. Please help.
I am planning to start ketogenic diet and what are the precautions should I take before starting the diet?
What would be the perfect diet to be taken on a daily basis routine to get fit. I'm not fit at all. As you can see that the weight is more than the height variances. Please let me know of anything required.
Meri 9 month ki beti hai. Me use regularly feeding karti hu. Abhi mera weight 55 kg hai .aur meri height 5 feet 5 inch hai toh kya yeh mera weight ok hai aur thoda weight kam karne ke liye kya diet plan kar sakti hu. Aur feeding band ho Jane ke bad firse weight gain ho jata hai kya?
As weekend is around the corner, despite all the green smoothie and healthy stuff that we managed to have. It takes just one snarky email/very unfriendly customer service run-in/inconsiderate neighbor to park in your spot and—the next thing you know—you're knuckle deep in a jar of chunky peanut butter and you don't know what happened to that block of sharp cheddar. The good news: bingeing doesn't have to be your go, their are some interesting coping methods to help you out.
#Tap into other sources of pleasure. "The key to reaching your healthy weight and avoiding binging is to embrace a variety of things that tap into that happy brain chemistry—not just food but friendships, movement, music, art, relaxation, and love."
#Don't forget to eat. Skipping meals or spacing them too far apart means you're setting yourself up for big-time hunger—resulting in you inhaling everything in sight.
#If you're going to indulge, slow down and enjoy it. When you inhale your food, you miss the experience of eating and the pleasure that goes with it, instead practice mindful eating. Slowing down allows you to recognize when your joy in the meal is waning and gives your body time to send fullness signals to your brain
#Make a point to relax. When you're stressed, your body releases hormones that stimulate your appetite for fatty treats like cookies, cake, and ice cream. So try to be stress free more often.
#Drink more water. Sometimes your body thinks it's hungry, when in fact it's just thirsty. Drink a tall glass of ice cold water when you feel hungry; the chilly drink will cause your metabolism to speed up because your body is working harder to warm the water, and you'll feel fuller.
#Clean out your pantry. Bingeing usually happens at home, so if you don't have junk food readily available, you'll be less likely to binge. Fill your kitchen instead with healthy snacks such as carrots and celery, or Greek yogurt with blueberries.
#Get moving. Moderate amount of exercise (about 30 minutes a day) can actually suppress your appetite. Just don't overdo it: Bingeing is likely to occur when people exercise in an extreme way and don't know how to re-nourish their bodies.