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Diet for weight loss with pcos
Is it not possible to lose weight with pcos? Is it compulsory to cut off dairy and gluten? And what exercises are recommended to reduce weight with pcos please help
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Dear Practo user You can reduce weight.pcos won't stop u from losing weight. Unless u have intolerance ,there is no need to cut down gluten or lactose. If u r a person not doing exercises till date start with normal walk and hit the goals like 5k then 8k then 10k steps. Kindly connect with me directly for Personalized assessment and to customise ur diet .I also provide Personalized health coaching. To know more about my service . Connect directly or visit https://instagram.com/rm.nutrition4all Regards Remya Rajan
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Hello dear Possible. See you are not losing as the cause of obesity is not cured. There are many reason of being overweight or obese .Pcod . Endocrine imbalance ( diabetes/ thyroid) . Psychological problems . Physical inactive . Improper dietary diet . Vitamins and minerals deficiency .Eating disorders . Improper sleep .Stress . Medication Many more SEE,PCOS is not a disease ,it is an syndrome means having many other disease Like Diabetes Thyroid High cholesterol .Irregular period . Excess facial hair And many more HOW WE TREAT PCOS and  other disease caused due to PCOS thru diet . Balancing your hormones and increase your fertility. . Treating the deficiency , symptoms and disease cause due to pcos . Diet for getting into shape Many more Before prescribing any thing ,we need some health information like Vitals,health parameter, physical activity, family history, occupation, daily routine and any many.so ,if you want to contact ,please contact us thru the link below
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Its possible..you need to take high fiber low fat followed by detox diet. Please ask me directly for personalized diet plan for you.
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Ofcourse it is possible. You don't need to avoid those foods.
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Choose direct consultation with all your details about your meals and nutrition options and lifestyle then we can discuss things further and suggest anything
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Hi, Sure you can loose weight without avoiding gluten and dairy products. Your ideal body weight should be 55 kg.  To reduce weight you should follow a well balanced weight reduction diet and exercise in regular basis. Include more complex carbohydrates, fresh fruits, leafy and other vegetables. Drink 3 litre water per day. Do different kinds of exercises like free hand, high cardio and yoga atleast for 30 minutes in a day. You should have a sound sleep about 6-7 hours.
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You can have small but frequent meal which will help you to reduce weight.
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