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Diet and exercises for decreasing tummy flab - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Dr XXX here
User :   hi this is XXX
Doctor :   Please proceed with your query
User :   my dout is in the moring or eve running or walking which one is best.
Doctor :   May i know your age?
User :   27
Doctor :   Morning time is best and brisk walking is good, even if you are comfortable with running it is fine.
Doctor :   It depends on your comfort level
User :   ok fine.. thanks..
Doctor :   Is there anything else you would like to know?
User :   hmm weekly 2 days fruits diet is good . can i know how to plan for diet to reduce belly..
Doctor :   !)You should do abdominal exercises like crunches.
Doctor :   1)Daily food intake should have 3 servings of fruit and 2 servings of veggies
Doctor :   3)Reduce your sweets intake.
Doctor :   4) Use stairs instead of elevators whenever possible.
User :   ok while going in stairs some times heart beat is increasing can i know the reason..
Doctor :   Because you are putting more load on your heart which increases the blood supply.
User :   ok thanks bye..
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me, bye for now

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