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Low Calorie Food

You can reduce the total calorie intake by consuming foods that are low in calories. Consuming a diet low on calories helps in weight loss, manages blood sugar levels, and controls the levels of cholesterol and triglycerides. Grapefruit, melons, and blueberries are fruits present with low calories. Oats, fish, and eggs are some food substances presenting with low calories.

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Please guide on calorie intake to reduce around 100 pounds of weight.

Query: Hello doctor, I am a 24-year-old male who has spent the last three years severely overweight. I had a sports injury and I packed on a lot of weight afterward. In total around 100 pounds. I felt fairly healthy at 6'1 280 pounds I was playing collegiate rugby. I decided to make a change in the last...  Read Full »


Shakti Mishra

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Well, yes gradual loss of weight is always advisable for your health. It will be difficult but needs patience over time. You can continue with the amount of items taking but do jot skip any meal. Always have a natural source of multivitamins like fresh fruits or vege...  Read Full »

What is the diet plan appropriate to reduce weight and belly fat?

Query: Hello doctor, I am trying to reduce my weight and belly fat, but I am not able to reduce my belly fat successfully. I am also getting kidney stones frequently and undergone surgery just two weeks back and also six months back. I want to reduce my belly fat without getting kidney stones. Let me brief...  Read Full »


Swapan Banerjee

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. You can practice some brisk home body poses and exercises other than walking or running. Also, reduce your calorie to lose weight with low carbohydrate diet. Have mainly two roti, mix vegetables, citrus fruits and cucumber. Take vegan based diet, less organic foods, ...  Read Full »

I have lowered my calorie intake for weight loss, but now I want to gradually increase my daily calorie intake to a healthy level. Kindly help.

Query: Hello doctor,About a year ago, I was not in a healthy mindset and lowered my daily calorie intake to 800 calories with the goal of immediate weight loss. It worked until about two months ago when I realized I had begun gaining weight again with still the 800 calories per day limit and no change in e...  Read Full »


Sanchari Majumder

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Thank you for your query. I understand your concern. I suggest you to follow this diet plan. 7 am - Soaked fenugreek seed water. 7.30 - Green tea and biscuit. 7.45 am to 8.15 am - Exercise. 8.30 am - Oats vegetables 40 gm and two egg white. 10 am - 1 fruit. 1...  Read Full »

Please suggest a diet chart to reduce weight and improve fertility.

Query: Hello doctor, My wife is 24 years old, her height is 4 feet 10 inches, and her weight is 134 lbs. She is a bit overweight and also has a PCOD problem. We got married two years ago, and she cannot get pregnant. Please send the diet chart to reduce her weight. What are all the foods that she can take ...  Read Full »


Swapan Banerjee

Answer: Hello, Welcome back to icliniq.com. Thanks for your query. From your information, I got to know that she is obese. She needs to reduce approximately 13 lbs. It is too much weight for her height but no worry she can reduce it by diet and some exercises. She needs very low calorie diet of about 12...  Read Full »

How much calorie deficit is ideal to reduce fat than muscle mass?

Query: Hi doctor, I am currently on a low carb, high-fat diet to lose weight. How much of a calorie deficit do I need to accomplish weight loss, decrease body fat percentage more than muscle mass?  Read Full »


Sumiya Sulthana

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Your BMI is 23 which is near normal, it might be with muscle mass or fat content. I need to evaluate still and need details for proper nutritional assessment to provide a correct advice. According to WHO (world health organization), you need 2000 kcal /day. For most pe...  Read Full »

Will taking 1300 kcal per day make me look like overweight?

Query: Hi doctor, I am 14 years old and I have been obsessing over calories for six months. Since then my period has stopped but when I started being obsessive my period was irregular. I have noticed that I have lost weight and my family and friends have noticed my weight loss and my obsession with calori...  Read Full »


Sumiya Sulthana

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. According to the given data, your BMI (body mass index) is 18.7 which is in normal range, which means the right weight for your body. Trying to reduce more weight might cause under nourishment. Similarly, your requirement according to WHO (world health organization) st...  Read Full »

What is the role of exercise and diet in maintaining fitness?

Query: Hello doctor, I have been having trouble with my weight recently. I am a female with a height of 5'7" hoping to be 125 lbs. The lowest I have hit was 126.6 lbs, but that was about a month ago. Now, it ranges from 127-128 lbs. I am eating 1800 calories a day on days I do not workout intentionally (t...  Read Full »


Jani Hemang Sudhakarbhai

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have understood your concern about losing weight and you are working hard also for that. Your protocol for doing exercise workout is quite satisfactory but you can add 20 more minutes of aerobic exercise and resistance exercise combined. See weight reduction and gai...  Read Full »

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