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Weight Loss

Weight loss refers to the reduction of your total body mass, which can be either intentional or unintentional. Unintentional weight loss can be due to any underlying health condition like muscle atrophy, malnutrition, cancer, etc. Intentional weight loss is called slimming.

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What is the chance of weight gain after achieving desired weight loss?

Query: Hi doctor, I just found out most people regain their weight after weight loss mostly because of the weight set point and everything and I am really terrified that is going to happen to me. I do not know what to do. So I have lost 50 lbs in nine months pretty easily. Sometimes, I eat under 500 calor...  Read Full »

Shariff Safina Mohsin Noushina

Answer: Hi, Welcome to As per your height, you have almost reached your goal, you just need to reduce 11 to 13 lbs more. No need to go for more weight loss diets, now you can opt for a maintenance diet. There are chances that you might gain back some of the lost weight, but if you keep yours...  Read Full »

What vegetarian diet should I consume to lose weight?

Query: Hello doctor, I want to lose weight. I do not eat much and I have been working out regularly. Still, I am not losing any weight. I want a good vegetarian diet plan and some tips. Please suggest.   Read Full »

Shariff Safina Mohsin Noushina

Answer: Hi, Welcome to As per your height, your weight should be 149 lbs. Here is a meal plan which you can follow for a month and contact back for follow up. Early morning: One tablespoon apple cider vinegar in warm water. Then you can work out for 35 to 40 minutes. After half an hour you c...  Read Full »

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