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Increase in weight. Suggest diet and exercises

I am 1987 born boy. In 2010 my weight was 88 kg then i started joggin and my weight reduce to 69 kg in jus 8 mothns ( i follows a diet -no oil and ghee, butter, no outside food.) IN 2012-2013, my weight increases to 78 kg, although i am doing regular joggin ( 25 mints), crunches for 20 mints. I am not following the diet plan whic i used to follow in 2010. Could, you please let me know, diet plan and exercise. i lost my confidence. Please. Warm Regards, Ankit Singh Pune YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Dear Ankit,

Be regular in exercise .

For a healthy weight loss and to maintain it you should eat a balanced nutrition. Don't avoid ghee and oil completely . Include whole pulses/ Fruits and vegetables more and more in your diet. Say no to carbonated beverages and drinks. Drink 10-12 glasses of water everyday.

Lose weight under someone guidance and get your thyroid profile checked..

Hope it will work


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