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Nerve damage of left leg from the knee down after back surgery, supported with screws. How to lose weight ?

In July of 2010 i had my 4th back surgery. I have degenerative disk and after my surgery i am left with nerve damage of the left leg from the knee down. i lost all my leg muscle and my ankle does not move. they removed my disk from L3 through S1 and supported it with rods and screws. i am about 190 lbs and i need to loose weight. i used to work out all the time 5 days a week. how can i exercise now to loose weight?
Asked On : Sat, 17 Nov 2012
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You can take high protein, and vitamin diet,take heavy salads and fruit juices.
Avoid fatty, oily, junk food,milk products containing high fat,non veg ,beer.
Drink 4 to 5 little water daily.
Do exercises for weight reduction,yoga,pranayama.

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Answered: Sun, 30 Mar 2014
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