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Diet and exercises to increase weight - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u?
User :   hello
User :   happy new year
Doctor :   For Health purposes please provide these: Age, Gender, Location, Occupation, Marital status,
User :   i am a lean person..
Doctor :   thanks & same to you
User :   22 yrs..male.mumbai....student..unmarried
Doctor :   k
User :   how can i increase my weight?
User :   it too less aroung 55 kg
Doctor :   ur height?
User :   5 feet 10 inches
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   fine
User :   so what can i do for increasing my weight?
Doctor :   Do you have Allergies / Diabetes / Thyroid problem / High Blood pressure/Heart disease/ Asthma etc
Doctor :   Body-building involves a lifestyle. Regular, intense and goal-oriented training sessions combined with a good approach to eating, will promote the development of a muscular physique you desire. What you require is discipline, patience, persistence and consistency.
User :   i didn't get check up...but i think not
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   First of all, you should eat smaller meals, 5-6 times per day, 2½ -3 hours apart
Doctor :   each meal should contain between 25-50 g of protein.
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