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Weight loss for arthritis patients - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   hi
Doctor :   hello
User :   i am over weight. My age is 50 and i am 84 Kg.especially my thigh and stomach is bulk what to do for this?
User :   doctor r u there?
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   what is your height
User :   5.4
Doctor :   Your desirable body weight is between 53 - 58 Kgs.
User :   ys. i am doing excercises and bit walking too.
Doctor :   do you have any medical problems like thyroid
User :   not sure. but having artherties problem
User :   also just check for sugar. i am having sugar too
Doctor :   are you taking any steroids for your arthritis
User :   no
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   you need to take more of vegetables, fruits, salads, greens
User :   ok
User :   food restrictions anything is required? normally i avoid oily food
Doctor :   avoid junk foods, sweets, bakery products, soft drinks
User :   ok
Doctor :   avoid sugar for coffee, tea
User :   any medicine u prescribe for wait loss
Doctor :   medications are not prescribed usually for weight loss
Doctor :   you can reduce weight by having healthy foods, exercises

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