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How to lose weight by exercise ?

hello doctor ...i am 21 yrs weight is 60 kgs and height 5.2 inches..some days before i found i am suffering from polycystic ovarian syndrome i want to reduce my weight by atleast 5 kgs..i skipp rope daily - 2000 jumps,but i cant reduce a single pound...even i dont eat much... doctor are 2000 jumps enough? or i need to increase my exercise????/
Asked On : Wed, 19 Oct 2011
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For reducing the body weight, overall reduction in calorie intake must be combined with a moderate exercise for 25-30 minutes at least 5 days a week. The skipping of rope is a good exercise but it must be combined with aerobics. Sticking to this routine will definitely reduce your weight in 6-10 weeks. Use a digital machine to monitor your exact weight changes.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Praveen Tayal

Answered: Wed, 19 Oct 2011
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