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Overweight, fatty liver, PCOD, high TSH, insomnia, have difficulty in losing weight, low concentration, delayed menses. What lifestyle modifications are recommended?

M 22yr wid 88kg wt and TSH 12, PLUS FATTY LIVER , PCOD 5YR, n insomnia ,mthr is diabetic,n m unabe to loose wt,had many efforts, delayd menses 2.5 months,having so problems,spoiling my stdy,i do 4get soon i stdy,suggest me smthngas daily diet or routine nd complications,risk. I want appointment wid dr.uday phadke,temme d way and their cost etc plz,m student
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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Dietitian & Nutritionist 's  Response
Hello Neha, welcome to HCM.

Your thyroid condition and PCOD may be the real reasons for you to put on weight. Try avoidin high calorie foods, dairy products for pcod and include a lot of fruits and vegetables in your diet. For your mind, try doing some meditation or yoga along with a diet full of fiber and less refined products. Avoid ready to eat foods, fatty foods and fried foods. Consume at least 3 litres of water everyday.

Good luck!!!
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