Intentional weight loss method to stay fit - Online Doctor Chats
User : hi
Doctor : hi'
Doctor : how can i help u?
User : is there any proper method to reduce weight without side effects
User : will VLCC or inspiration help me out?
Doctor : Please provide these details: Age, Gender, Location, Occupation, Marital status, Height and Weight.
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User : 30,F,software engineer,married with one kid,5.1,68
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Doctor : k
Doctor : ur over wt by the standards
User : k
User : how do i reduce?
Doctor : u can do by intentional wt loss
Doctor : Intentional weight loss is the process of consciously making and executing a plan to decrease total body weight.
User : could u explain in detail?
Doctor : ntentional weight loss is a deliberate attempt to lose weight. Although there are many programmes to help lose weight, the only proven long-term and safe method is to burn more calories than are ingested. This is achieved either by reducing the caloric intake (eat less food or healthier food) or by increasing the energy expenditure (exercise more). Often, behaviour modification techniques like eating smaller portions are also used to help control eating habits.
User : wat do i need to do
Doctor : Few tips to bring about weight loss as well as ensuring good health: Doctor : Eat plenty of vegetables, fruits, and grain products like wheat.
User : having oats wil help this?
Doctor : yeah
Doctor : Increase the consumption of complex carbohydrates like whole wheat, millet (jowar) and barley (bajra)
Doctor : Restrict refined products such as flour (maida) and its products such as bread, noodles, macaronis and pastas in regular diet
Doctor : Restrict fat and cholesterol rich foods. Only non-vegetarian foods (like eggs and dairy products) are good sources of cholesterol, however saturated fatty acids present in butter, ghee, vanaspati and coconut get metabolised to cholesterol in our body
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