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How to loose weight safely?

: hi ia m a lady of 43 years , my weight is 70kg and height is 150cm. i want to lose weight. how much cal food i want to take daily?and how many hr i want to do exercise?
Asked On : Fri, 24 Jun 2011
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Diabetologist 's  Response
you are obese as per BMI calulation, your colorie intact should be around1600kcl,take high fibre,low fat with fresh fruits and vegetables.
Advised lifestylemodification of daily walking 45-60 mts/day=meditation 10-15 mts/day and avoid stress with small frequent feedings daily.
All the best
Answered: Thu, 30 Jun 2011
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Anesthesiologist Dr. Dilip.Shah.'s  Response
You should take 1000-1200 Calories food with proteins rich, low carforhydrate,very low fat,Vegetable salads,fruits[Not seeet fruits].You start exercise slowly 20 minutes brisk walk and gradually increased upto one hr.If u are house wife , u can adjust ur exercise according to ur daily workout.So you will reduce slowly from-6-12months can take 800 less calories'day and do execise, it can need 400 aproximate , u need 1000 calories which can be burn from ur body fat.
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You havenot told about your life style.
If you are a house wife ,withmoderate physical work, you should have 1800 cal./day & 45 mts brisk walk +20 mts ot yoga exercises daily-cosistantly.
Answered: Fri, 24 Jun 2011
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