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What treatment can I take to reduce my weight ? I'm 26 years old and weigh 63 kg

Hi doctor i am 26 year old my height is 55 and weight is 633 kg how much weight should i loose to keep balance and ratio mostly i am worried about abdomen portion?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Apr 2011
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Hi Neha,
Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum. If you have a got large frame of body then you are in your ideal weight range. I hope you meant to say your weight ad 5 feet 5 inches and weight as 63 kilos. If you have a small frame of body then your weight should be in the range of upto 57 kilos. There is no specific exercise to do spot reduction of only abdomen. Begin exercising as it not only tones and gets you in good shape it also adds to a healthy life. You can begin with jog, swimming, cycling, dancing or join a gym.Cut down on all fatty and fried foods. Take care
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