I want to slim my hips and thighs what can I do. My trainer told that do not do squats, it will rather make your butts bigger and shaper. What to do as I want slim thighs and hips for modelling career.
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Go for a brisk walk in d morning / evening at least 10 000, steps 45 mnts to restore blood circulation to nourish d whole body.
•Tk, 3/4 litres of water, free from conteminents to eliminate toxins and to regulate metabolism to burn fats cell & prevent constipation.
•Go for meditation to reduce your stress and to nourish cell& tissues to curb fats cells, improving haemoglobin level in blood.
•go for either, cycling, jogging, swimming, skipping, gardening, playing badminton, dancing,regularly.
•opt staircase, instead of a lift in your office.
•Tk, oats with green tea or, 1 slice of whole grain bread with 1 cup of cooked vegetable soup + 1 fruit (pomegranate, pear) in d breakfast.
•Tk, salad, fruits,sprouts in ample qty in lunch, your meal b preferably, vegetarian ,high in proteins and fibre, maintains 1300-1600 calories through dietary regulation.
• consume salad, fruits (not juice) whenever you feel hungry.
• Avoid, nicotine,coffee, alcohol,junk food, cookies, burger,pizza ,butter, ghee,sitting on computer late in d night.
● Homoeo medicines which are gentle rapid & safe in administration. @ Phyto berryQ -10 drops, thrice, with little lukewarm water before each meal
•Your feedback will highly b appreciated for further follow up, please.
Take high fiber low fat diet. Do regular exercise. Take plenty of water every day. Take small and frequent meals at regular intervals of 2-3 hrs. Take breakfast heavy, lunch medium and dinner very light.
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