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Weakness after working out in the gym, Balanced diet for weight loss - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   hi sir
User :   m bit fat..i want to reduce my m going for gym but m feeling week after that
Doctor :   Ok might be you are spending extra calories
Doctor :   more than required
User :   i have stopped eating rice nowadays
User :   m losing 150 calories daily n my weight is 57
Doctor :   How do yiou know that you are losing 150 calories
Doctor :   are you on a planned wt loss program
User :   m walking in the threadmill
Doctor :   Ok
User :   yes...m having juice alone
User :   n dry fruits
Doctor :   You should concentrate on high protein diet
Doctor :   and you feel that you are feeling weak
Doctor :   then immediately take juice or fruit
User :   means i should have fish n dal
Doctor :   keep them handy
Doctor :   fish and egg white are good
Doctor :   Sprouts are valuble than dal
User :   i keep biscuits with me always..wont that help me out
Doctor :   it has fats

Doctor :   Many foods high in starch, like bread, rice, pasta, cereals, beans, fruits, and some vegetables (like potatoes and yams) are low in fat and calories.
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   are you back
Doctor :   are you thre

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