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Which simple exercises can I do before sleeping to burn calories since I have a sweet tooth ?

Pleaseee help me.. I am 5 7 tall nd weigh 56kgs.. I exercise 6days a week nd have a Normal diet bt i am obssesed wid bein Thin.. I have a sweet tooth and end up Eating something sweet everyday after or Before lunch nd dn keep feelin guilty.. Also My weight fluctuates a lot.. Frm 55 itl jump To 57 by the evening.. Please help me by teln Me some simple exercise or somethn i can hve before sleepn vich wil Burn out the frm da sweet treats nd keep my weight Maintained.. I do hve freen tea before goin to bed.. Thank u!
Asked On : Sat, 20 Aug 2011
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Thanks for query.
Nothing to worry,your weight is are not obese.
Continue the exercise.
If you are young there is no problem taking sweets.
Do not weigh daily,have weigh once in a week or two.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 20 Aug 2011
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