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Some medications are associated with weight gain.
Losing wieght requires that the energy that goes into your body be less than the energy that you put out.
This means that either you have to reduce the amount of calories that you consume or increase your activity levels. It is easier to lose weight by adjusting your diet than by activity alone. Exercise is important in general health and keeping the weight off once you have lost it.
In terms of diet , you can either choose a low fat low calories diet or choose a low carbohydrate
In the low fat diet you would need to switch any fat items you use to a low fat bran and reduce frying, use of butter etc.
In the low carb you would need to reduce your intake of rice/pasta/bread/certain cereals and fruits.
It is based on the idea that carbohydrates stimulate insulin
production and insulin stops fat from breaking down.
There are online diet programs or you can visit a doctor who deals with weight loss
to help you.
I hope this helps