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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u?
User :   hello i m 23/m/software Engg.
Doctor :   k proceed
User :   what should i keep in mind to keep my self healthy
User :   and not prone to lifestyle diseases
Doctor :   well ur eaxt probs?
User :   i have to sit a lot. i can feel that i am gaining tummy.
User :   I am asking about the problems that occur in long way ahead
Doctor :   ur ht/wt
User :   how can i be proactive while dealing with those
Doctor :   k
User :   165/58
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   its almost normal
User :   i am medium frame
User :   pear shape body style
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   The simplest and the most basic principle is to reduce food intake, especially the fat content, and increasing physical activity. Increasing physical activity alone is not an easy way to lose weight unless one combines it with a reduction of fat intake. Physical activity includes walking, jogging, swimming, cycling, aerobics or any other household activity such as cleaning, washing, climbing
User :   do you have any recommendation for my practices
User :   k
User :   i get less time for all those activities but i can reduce food intake
User :   means fats
Doctor :   The simplest and the most basic principle is to reduce food intake, especially the fat content, and increasing physical activity. Increasing physical activity alone is not an easy way to lose weight unless one combines it with a reduction of fat intake. Physical activity includes walking, jogging, swimming, cycling, aerobics or any other household activity such as cleaning, washing, climbing
Doctor :   r u there?

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