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Growing tummy, diet to burn flab - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Weight Loss
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User :   Hello
User :   I would like to speak to a physician
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   please proceed
User :   I have a query
User :   I had disc prolapse 3 years back and I am doing well njow...
Doctor :   Good to hear that you are doing well
Doctor :   yes
User :   I work for a SW firm where I need to sit for 10hrs ...with which my tummy is growing
Doctor :   Ok
User :   I want to reduce it....I go to GYM also....But Iam afraid of doing forward bending excercises
Doctor :   Look the benefits of exercise with the prolapse are to be weighed against risks
User :   But finally I started doing them....But at the same time I am Having diet control alos...But I wanna know is there any perticular things with which I can burn more fat....Like soyamilk
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Low fat diet is always best
Doctor :   Soya milk is good
Doctor :   More fibre diet
Doctor :   adds less calories
Doctor :   to the diet
Doctor :   and hence less accumulation of fat
Doctor :   Wheat, jowar, bajra and ragi
Doctor :   are the preferred foods
Doctor :   with high fibre and low fat

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