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Hi I am 19 years old mera weight 39 he or me boht week hu muje kya krna chahiye please suggest to me.
I am Suffering from thyroid. My height is 5feet 5 inch and weight is 84kg. How should I loose weight?
My height is 5.2feet and I want to increase my height and I also want to loose my weight because my is 62.
Please help me lose weight .I eat indian food. Not pasta, pizzas, etc But I cannot diet please suggest how to lose weight.
I am navdeep from chandigarh I have an desk job. I put on some weight and I need to reduce my stomach fat kindly give me some tips to reduce it?
Hello sir ,i want to ask about supplement, my height is 6 feet and weight 75 kg but my body is not muscular as my weight is 75 kg so I want to know about whey protein supplement it is safe or not ,from which it is made ? Please reply sir.
Dr. Sb. I m fatty & bulky wt. 108 Kgs. having BP & Diabetics both also cynus + Sleep hepnea problem , i do walk but no weight getting down..i m pure veg. no drinks & take food very simple..age 43 male , table job. suggest me how to reduce so that in future no serious problem catch..i m scared.
Daily morning I feel tired some I m 28 years old I take sleep of 7 hours daily sleep at 12.30 get up at 7.30?
I'm a 28 year old married female into my 5th month of pregnancy. My vitamin d3 us only 19. A doctor prescribed me one sachet of calcirol per day. Is it wise to take it?
I am loosing my weight automatically what should I do And I want more taller so give me guidelines for all of that thanks.
Am using Nutrigain product to gain my weight. It is useful? Is any other ways there to gain weight with natural.
Hi I am from Canada I believe in Indian medicine Due to lack of sunlight I think I am not getting sun light-vitamin D What should I do, eat to prevent the same problem Also want to know, which all vitamins will be low in cold weather.
I am suffering from vitamins deficiency and due to that my body growth is slow and I look little immature as compared to my age. Please give some tips.
I am very thik actually bodywise. Can anyone help. My age is actually 20years ans weight is 46 kg. Help me greatly appreciated.
Is 1000 calorie diet healthy? I'm following this diet for 7 days and will skip for 3 days. Is this helpful?
Breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day, no matter which culture you belong to. The age old saying goes that you should have breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper. Let's look at some of the menu items, which are not considered ideal for breakfast menus on a regular basis along with a few others which are.
Some of the unhealthiest breakfast foods:
- Chole bhatture or oily pooris: These are favorite items within Indian breakfast menus. However, they are full of oil and saturated fats. Apart from contributing to diabetes and blood pressure, bloating, acidity, and heartburn are also common side effects.
- Pakoras, samosas or kachoris: Common items which are included in many breakfast and snack menus, these oily fries are major contributors to bad cholesterol, reduce good cholesterol and is are major contributors to obesity.
- Sugary cereals: While plain corn flakes are good, sugary cereals have processed sugar and are a no-no for breakfast items as they could cause elevated blood glucose levels and thus cause a host of problems.
- Medu vada: While having a medu vada once or twice is alright, having it as a daily breakfast item will add a lot of oil to your diet and so, should be avoided.
- Bakery items: Many bakery items such as doughnut, Tiffin cakes, and sweet breads usually tend to have a lot of processed sugar, refined flour and additives which can be harmful to your health.
Some healthy breakfast foods:
- Idli: This is a staple breakfast item in southern India and is very healthy as it is prepared by steaming rice mixes. However, reduce spicy chutneys or side dishes while consuming idlis as they can be quite bad for health.
- Upma: Another export of the south, upma is now loved all over India and the world. Made with suji or rawa and very little oil, this is a great and filling breakfast alternative.
- Poha or Chivra pulao: Made from flattened rice flakes, poha, also known as chivda pulao, is a great healthy alternative and should be incorporated in breakfast diets.
- Indian veg sandwiches: As long as the bread is whole wheat, this is a very healthy option as it is usually made with vegetables like tomatoes, cucumbers and potatoes and also has chutney as the dressing.
- Dosa: Another great option from southern India, this is a great breakfast food if the sambar and accompanying dishes are cooked in less oil and have fewer spices.
- Khakra: This dish which comes from Gujarat is also a great breakfast item and can also become a low calorie snack for cravings in between meals.