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Decrease buttocks
If I eat more, I think excess fat is going into my buttocks and it's size is increasing. Please suggest what to do. And also suggest some exercises to decrease buttocks.
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Increasing buttocks are the clear-cut symptoms of the fat depositions in the lower limb. Taking too much free redicals (in daily food like deep fried items ), need to be minimise by 1. Rejection of food 2. Taking antioxidants 3. Reduce outside food Contact me for Customised diet and exercise plan to reduce weight and buttock
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Dietitian help you weight loss program by developing a plan of specific food that will be most beneficial to increase lean muscle tissue and burning fat. For reducing weight follow three main things like healthy diet, exercise and brisk walk morning and evening. Take high fiber food in ur diet. Add more fruits and vegetables in ur diet. Add plenty of water. Small and frequent feeding should be included in your diet. Avoid junk and oily food. For reducing buttocks apply oil and gel for massage and cream for tightening. Do exercise like sit ups, jogging, skipping etc
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Hello - increase some activity like excercise walking - be active whole day .stop sitting for long hours - avoid junck food and fried foodd
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Eat more but good. Eat a lot of veggies, pulses, nuts, fibrous veggies, salad, and most importantly whole grains. Exercise should be squats, plank, hip raises, hyper extensions, deadlifts...Etc.
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Hello, -Exercise daily for an hour (Can be at home or simple exercises like running, jogging, brisk walking, on the spot marching, squats, etc) -Include protein in your diet (taking protein rich foods post workout helps in muscle building) -Increase fiber in your diet (Will help you stay full) -Include fruits and vegetables in your diet (2-3 serving) -Water intake of atleast 3L per day -Avoid/Exclude fried, sugary and junk food -Eat a balanced and healthy diet -Do not skip breakfast as 40% of days energy is from breakfast NOTE: The above mentioned practices can change according to a specific medical condition.
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