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I am 60 years and am obese/overweight. I also have hypo thyroid over almost 12 years. I have perpetual body paid and my back/spine area and knees hurt the most. People advise exercise but when I try to do so the body pain becomes worse. Please Guide me how to lose lots of weight I'm almost 92 Kgs and height is 5 feet 2.1/2 inches. I eat little several times a day as advised but no use. Specially my stomach and hips are bloated and just don't reduce. Please Guide me on my diet through the day and some medication considering I have thyroid as the weight loss tabs are hazardous for me due to this.
I have a desktop job since last 2 years I am getting over weight. My age 24 weight Is 78 kg I want to loose my weight.
Protect your heart and brain with these steps:
• Don’t smoke
• Maintain a healthy weight
• Limit fats and cholesterol
Choose fat-free or low-fat dairy products. Limit saturated fats and avoid trans fats. Instead of butter, margarine and shortening, use monounsaturated oils (olive and peanut) and polyunsaturated oils (corn, safflower, sesame, sunflower and soy).
• Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables
Fruits & Vegetables contain plenty of nutrients. Eat at least three servings of fruits and at least four servings of vegetables daily.
• Limit alcohol use
Small amounts of alcohol may have cardiovascular benefits, but too much alcohol can raise blood pressure. Moderate drinking means no more than one drink a day for women and anyone 65 or older and no more than two drinks a day for men younger than 65.
• Reduce salt intake
Limiting salt in your diet and making other lifestyle changes can help prevent high blood pressure. If you already have high blood pressure, reducing salt intake further may help lower it.