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If I am on a fat loss journey and before bed I take milk with one table spoon honey is it ok or should I stop taking it.

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Avoid milk completely if you want to reduce weight. Also avoid sugar and it's products. Eat only green vegetables and fruits. You can follow our daily diet and herbs to reduce weight effectively. Consult for more details. Needs few blood test also before starting weight loss programme that will change you.
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Hi lybrate-user There could be many reasons for weight gain. When you gain weight then obviously several other problems arises. Hormonal imbalance can be treated with right food and supplement. You have fat deposit on tummy or belly this indicates that you may have insulin resistance. The food which helps in balancing insulin resistance will help you in losing weight faster. All sugar based food is dangerous for your type of body. To lose weight we need to focus upon some basic food plan like cutting down on grains and sugar. This helps immediately. Avoid processed food. The healthy weight loss diet should contain ample amount of vegetable with sufficient protein. Taking some dietary supplements helps in weight loss as well. Sample diet plan:- a) breakfast - Russian salad with boiled eggs. B) lunch - cooked vegetable + 1 chapatti +salad +curd. C) dinner - paneer tikka or chicken tikka with green chutney d) snacks - dry fruits and nuts with green tea or lemonade. Suggested supplements:- a) Microfruit and Cytofresh tablets daily after breakfast b) lipolyzer tummy tablet after lunch and dinner. C) lipolyzer Hips and thighs after lunch.
Stop honey and milk should be double toned.
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