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Absolutely you are underweight for your height. You need to consume plenty of protein rich food, dairy products and try deworming once after consulting your doctor. Relaxed and stress free life can help you gain weight.
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To improve your weight both a good diet and a good exercise schedule are a must as it helps in increasing the muscle mass and not only the fat content of the body. A combination of complex sugars along with a high protein diet will help you.
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