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Working in night shift. Suggest the way to reduce weight? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 05-Oct-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Weight & Lifestyle
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User:my height is: 5.8feet and weight is: 70kgs could you check my bmi
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Doctor:Hi Mr. XXXXXXX your BMI is 23.0000
Doctor:It is within normal limits
User:after marriage my tummy has increased how to reduce it?
Doctor:The best and safest and fastest way to reduce tummy fat is by exercise
Doctor:You have to exercise daily for at least 30 minutes
User:ok what and all exercise i have to do?
Doctor:You can do jogging, running, playing outdoor games
Doctor:Eat normal food
Doctor:but with less oil
Doctor:if you eat meat avoid red meat as much as possible
Doctor:do not eat fried foods
Doctor:do not drink aerated drinks
Doctor:include plenty of fresh fruits and fresh vegetables in the diet
Doctor:fiber content in the food should be high
Doctor:Eat less quantity but eat at frequent but regular intervals
Doctor:Is there anything else I can help you with?
User:i am working in night shift, how to maintain our diet?
Doctor:Maintaining your diet involves your personal effort
Doctor:You need to be conscious about what you eat and when you eat it
User:yes its correct.
Doctor:So Plan your day accordingly
Doctor:get good rest
Doctor:Carry food to your office and eat after some hours
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