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Regarding diet, putting on weight, job involves in travelling, gastric problem, skips breakfast, early dinner - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hi
Doctor :   I am good
User :   hi..
User :   wanted to check few things regarding diet
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   Please go ahead
User :   i am putting on weight these days
Doctor :   Ok
User :   as my job involves more travelling
User :   i am 175cm height and now 75 kg weight
User :   so i am slightly over weight
User :   so.. want to take soem tips.
User :   if i do excercise.. i am reducing weight.. and if i stop.. again putting on reduced weight
Doctor :   Ok let me tell your questions are best answered by specialist dietitian
User :   k
Doctor :   Let me tell you have an option to talk to one
User :   k
Doctor :   So I will ask the Customer care executive to assist you
Doctor :   further
User :   gr8
Doctor :   fixing up a talk with one dietitian
User :   thanks
Doctor :   Do you have any more queries
User :   as of now this is the only one
User :   and have gestric trouble also
User :   i hope dietician will assist me regarding gastric prob
User :   or u can help me out?
Doctor :   usually both go hand in hand
User :   k
Doctor :   Gastric trouble is generally due to irregular timings
Doctor :   of diet
User :   k
Doctor :   and inadequate consumption of fruit and vegetables along with low fibre diet
Doctor :   It is recommended to consume 6 to 9 servings per day
Doctor :   each servings makes to a half a cricket ball size cup
User :   if i have my dinner at 7.30 pm and break fast at 9am. will it spoil health?
User :   oh
User :   ok
Doctor :   The breakfast should be 12 hours from dinner
User :   k
Doctor :   and should never be skipped
Doctor :   It is learnt that having breakfast reduces the chances of heart attack and weight gain
User :   if this itme duration gets extend then gastric prob will come rite
Doctor :   It keeps the persion active for the rest of the day
User :   k
User :   tell me one more thing.. ideally.. how many times a person goes to Lavotory?
Doctor :   One to two times a day
User :   once or twice a day
User :   ok
User :   twice is not a prob rite
Doctor :   no
User :   k
User :   can u list down the vegtales with high fibre
Doctor :   every fresh fruit or vegetable is highly fibrous
User :   k
User :   so any vegetable is good for health
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   No exceptions
Doctor :   Use wide variety
Doctor :   and not only one variety each day
User :   k
User :   heard potatoe is not good
Doctor :   Increase the buying of this and increase their usage in the food that you regularly cook
Doctor :   It is not that way
Doctor :   Mixture of vegetables while you cook any dish is recommended
User :   oh k
Doctor :   If you go to restaurant and order
Doctor :   a dish
User :   k
Doctor :   it has more of gravy than veggies
Doctor :   that is bad
User :   oh k
Doctor :   At home you cook with less of gravy and more veggies
Doctor :   but now a days the home food is also turned restaurant variety
Doctor :   So keep a check on it
User :   k
User :   chicken meat fish.which one has less calories?
Doctor :   Fish
Doctor :   then muscle of the chicken
Doctor :   organs has more calories
User :   so eating fish regularly will not add calories?
User :   k
Doctor :   ANything should be in moderation
Doctor :   three times a week is the best
Doctor :   not more than that
User :   k
User :   and is it recommended to skip rice and have roti o nly
Doctor :   I think a dietitian would be able to answer that question better with calorie content
User :   ok
User :   thanks for your valuable suggestions and time
Doctor :   Pleasure here too
Doctor :   Bye for now
User :   caio
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