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How to lose weight im a hypothyroid and pcod patient im currently 52 kg and my height is 5 feet .Kindly say me or prescribe medicines to.lose weight
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Dear Practo user Kindly connect with me directly via Practo or you can visit my Instagram page. I will do a personalised consultation and recommend you the supplements if needed for weight loss Regards Remya https://instagram.com/rm.nutrition4all
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Hello dear. 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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For more information or to contact me directly or via phone or for online counseling contact https://www.facebook.com/doctorplanmydiet/ Thanks with Regards Dt. Ankita
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There no shortcut for weight loss Start doing regular exercise 30-45 min take balance diet modify your lifestyle. Any diet plan will not help you that to only 1 diet plan. You need proper counseling.
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Hi I understand your concern but to give you. Personalized diet I nees to know your food pattern and Exercise routine. To get a personalized diet plan it would be great if you consult me directly on Online Practo consultation or at www.dietitianshamika.com Health tips Have plenty of fluids min 3-4 litres. Avoid trans fats and oily foods Avoid simple sugars and ready to eat items. Exercise regularly.
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Please connect directly for the same. Thanks.
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Hi, As per your height your ideal body weight range should be 47-52 kg. It will be better to keep your weight in between the range. Basically you require a balanced diet which maintain your body weight towards lower range. You should include complex carbohydrates, fresh fruits, leafy vegetables, other  vegetables and obviously a good quality protein. you should follow a proper meal timing and keep gap 3-4 hours between two meals. Drink water 3 litre per day and have sound sleep about 6-7 hours.
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More details are required to recommend specifically, so you can consult with me on practo for personalized diet chart.
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Increase your activity level, by doing different kind of exercises, which help to maintain body weight and increase metabolic rate, which is generally less in hypothyroidism.
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