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Suggest the diet to increase weight? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Sep-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Weight & Lifestyle
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Doctor:Good morning
User:Good morning
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:This is XXXXXXX
User:I have two queries
Doctor:sure XXXXXXX
Doctor:ask me
User:one is about my cousin
User:who wants to increase his weight
User:he is 24 years
User:he is 63 kgs
Doctor:current weight and height
User:and 5'11
User:he is going for gym
Doctor:he can increase his weight
Doctor:ok good
User:but no improvemnets
User:soo do u suggest any protien shakes
Doctor:there must be a problem with his training at the gym
User:or any thing which can be given as suppliments
Doctor:how long is he going to gym now
User:4 months now
Doctor:he could take protenex powder and drink it mixed with milk
Doctor:He must eat more pulses and legumes
Doctor:along with fruits to improve the nutrition
User:what are legumes
Doctor:Why don't you take a right diet plan for him from our dietitian
Doctor:he will also get instructions on exercise along with it
User:i will contact him for that
User:and about myself
Doctor:Raise a diet request from your dashboard for the same anytime
Doctor:yes please
User:I have a issue with my skin
User:especially near my thighs
User:its dark and rough at times
Doctor:I understand
Doctor:you must use antifungal cream like candid on the affected areas on a daily basis for at least one month to get rid of this
Doctor:try this and let me know if it helps you
Doctor:One thing
User:so i can find it in normal medicals is it
User:and will be darkness reduce
Doctor:you must use it daily without fail for atleast a month
User:and the dryness
User:okay thanks
Doctor:it is easily available over the counter in pharmacy
Doctor:For the dryness
Doctor:first, scrub off the dead skin while bathing
Doctor:use mild soap to clean the areas
Doctor:Do not use hot water
Doctor:use lukewarm water
Doctor:after that
Doctor: XXXXXXX dry the area
Doctor:and apply effective moisturize
Doctor:Nivea is a good moisturizer with good results
Doctor:are you following me?
User:yes I am
User:so will buy the cream today
User:and follow this as well
Doctor:please follow ti correctly and you will see the result by the month end
Doctor:good luck and good health to you
Doctor:Do you have more queries?
User:thank yoou
Doctor:thank you too
Doctor:good day ahead
Doctor:take care
Doctor:Bye for now
User:I had a personalised plan made weight loss
User:but i had a query about it
Doctor:Did you receive a plan from HealthcareMagic?
User:due to work timings i dont get time to work out in morning
User:ye s
User:so Can i work out before sleep
User:is it effective
User:what about food before or after work out
Doctor:Working out in the morning is more effective than at night. You can alternatively work out in the evening. That being said,
Doctor:you can clarify with the dietician who prepared your diet plan further
Doctor:by replying to the mail.
Doctor:The dietician can explain and clarify your doubts further.
User:thank you
Doctor:Do you have any other query?
Doctor:Are you there?
Doctor:I have to close the chat as you are not responding.
Doctor:please chat with us 24/7 if you have any further questions.
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