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I am overweight. I can not walk on treadmill more than 5 mins. I use inhaler

Hi My Name is James. I am a SE. I was weighing normal during my childhood day, until my 10th Grade , where i started gaining lot of weight. And now, i am 27 yrs weighing about 145 Kgs. I seriously need some sort of assistance to help me reduce my weight. My Hands and neck are same as a normal being. But by chest , tummy and thighs are way too abnormal. My body fat is like a water bed :-). I try to do walking on a manual treadmill , but i cannot do more than 5 min on it. I have slight breathings problems. I user the inhalers to suppress the problem. I was so frustrated that i will need to go in for a surgery . But i also know that , something not normal is always a problem in the future. Can you pls guide? Thanks James
Asked On : Sun, 21 Feb 2010
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Dietitian & Nutritionist 's  Response
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Is that sudden weight gain? Please do the thyroid tests and take treatment for that, try to do breathing exercise (consults physiotherapist), avoid all junk food, chocolate, ice cream, fried food. Include Salads, fruits, raw vegetables like carrot, cucumber, whole grain products. And you can go for liposuction but before that collect all information about side effect of liposuction then you can do the surgery.
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the breathing problem is because of the flabby fat that is pusing the lungs and you are suffering from these more. best is get a liposuction done permanently and then stick to the exercise at least then. it is the best option you have at this age.

Answered: Sun, 21 Feb 2010
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