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Advice on nutritious diet and exercise - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Please proceed with your query.
Doctor :   Good Morning.
User :   how to maintain the health
Doctor :   Health can be maintained by a healthy balanced diet, regular exercise and avoidance of addictions.
User :   i mean that food limitations
Doctor :   You should avoid oily and fatty foods. Take whole grains and fresh fruits, salads and sprouts.
Doctor :   Eat small regular frequent meals.
Doctor :   Avoid fasting and binge eating.
Doctor :   Regular exercise is always beneficial for overall health at least 1/2 hr per day 5 days a week.
Doctor :   Are you with me
User :   morning,afternoon and evening which type of food i have to take
User :   yes
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Morning, breakfast should be wholesome with whole grains
Doctor :   Lunch should be either roti or rice
Doctor :   Same with dinner but with lesser quantity
Doctor :   Snack on fruits, salads and sprouts
Doctor :   Milk should be a part of your diet
Doctor :   Take non- veg in moderate amount
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