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High BP, gastritis, pharyngitis. Vegetarian diet plan to reduce weight?

hi i am Rajib from Bangalore. I am 27 years old, 5.6 ft tall and almost around 80 kg in weight. Please give me a proper Indian style vegetarian diet plan with exercise plan to reduce my weight(i also have male boobs) and gastritis problem. Medical complicacy s that i have are high blood pressure , gastritis and pharyngitis
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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hi rajib.. you need to first if all start with brisk walk for 45 mins atleast to help reduce blood pressure and weight.. eat small high fiber meals every 2-3 hours like fruits, nuts, salads, sprouts, egg whites, chana kurmura etc ..try avoiding wheat and milk to subside your gastritis problem..avoid fried, junk, sweets and processed food...have oats upma/ poha/ idli for breakfast, salads with lunch and dinner.. have a light dinner like soups, salads and veggie/ chicken/ fish.. drink lots of water.. rest well..
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