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Hormonal imbalance
Hormonal imbalance so what to do and my weight also stable not able to reduced
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Hi There are certain food which helps in maintaining thyroid levels along with weight reduction. Kindly consultant me at practo/ Dr Shailja Jain
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Consult me direct through practo
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Hi. Hormonal imbalances cause weight fluctuations. You have not mentioned the kind of hormonal imbalance. Weight goes off slow if it’s thyroid. But it can be managed through balanced diet and exercise.
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Consult a qualified nutritionist.
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