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What are the tips for reducing weight in young individuals?

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Published At January 19, 2023
Reviewed AtJune 14, 2024

Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

I am male, age 24, weigh 229 lbs, and have a height of 5.08 feet. Can you suggest tips for reducing my weight?

Answered by Sanchari Majumder

Hello,

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The weight loss diet plan, and alternative foods are mentioned below; early morning, 7 AM, one glass of lukewarm water with half lemon along with one pinch of cinnamon powder. At 7.15 AM, green tea with almonds 4, breakfast at 8.30 AM dal (lentil) with boiled veg one soup bowl with two egg white, midmorning 11 AM - Fruit ( apple, mosambi or sweet lime, orange, guava, pear), lunch at 1.30 pm multigrain atta roti (flat bread) two piece with veg curry or fish or chicken curry 100 gm, or soybean curry, evening snacks 5.30 pm veg or chicken stew 1 /2 bowl or popcorn, dinner 9 pm: chicken veg stew 1 bowl (150 Gm) + salad 1 plate (3 days a week ).

1.Take plenty of veg and fruits.

2.Avoid fast foods, sugary products, and chocolate ice cream.

3.Regular exercise is a must (can do a morning walk for 20 min).

4. Monitor your sugar level regularly.

5.Drinks lots of water (8 to 10 glasses per day).

6. Do not overeat and do not take the stress.

7. Use less oil during cooking (try to use rice bran oil). Sleep for at least eight hours.

Thank you.

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Sanchari Majumder
Sanchari Majumder

Nutritionist

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