I am 41 years old working women and have severe body pains, in neck, shoulder, lower body starting from lower back due to hectic life style. I am 69 kg and feel weight reduction can only save me. I cannot adhere to exercise routine since have two small kids to take care. I have recently started taking omexxel raspberry ketone pro. And I feel it has started its results in weight reduction. Will this be a safer one?

1 Doctor Answered
Definitely you need to lose weight then only your back problem will be reduced. I don't feel so the way you are trying to lose weight is a safe plan to lose weight because first of all I will suggest you one thing that you have to keep patience while you want to lose weight because of stress you will not be able to lose weight. Weight loss is a gradual process and you should not lose more then 3-4 kgs in a month. 3-4 kg weight lose is a safe weight lose in a month. If you lose more then that there may be a possibility to suffer from many nutritional deficiencies like an anaemia, etc. You need to take a proper diet counselling and most important thing is followup because you need a customized diet chart and natural way is a best way to lose weight rather using fat burners and following a very restricted diet chart. If you follow a proper diet chart which is based on your calorie and proteins and many other nutrients requirement you will be able to lose weight and will feel very energetic as well and it's a right way to lose weight for long term. Hope it's clear to you. There is a weight loss management plan. One diet chart will never work. You have to keep follow up with professionals for continuous weight loss because many time it happens that weight is stagnant so at that point of time another diet chart has to be plan and like wise.
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