From past 6 months i hav thyroid problm taking eltroxin 250 mg first time i took test tsh was abt 14 points n my weight was 60 kgs normally after my pregnancy it reached to 70 then now i am 85 kgs pls suggest me to stop gaining weight every one week i am increasing 1kg
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kindly consult a physician and get your thyroid levels checked out once more since you are taking tablets, your thyroid should be normal by now.
there may be a different cause of weight gain .
if everything else is normal, suggest you to start with diet and exercise.
consult a dietician for the same.
Get your thyroid profile checked again.Your weight gain might be because of lack of physical activity and not eating food in time.Most of the people. do dieting thinking that not eating will reduce weight.But not eating in time will also increase weight.
6.00am. have a cup of coffee or tea or milk without sugar even though you are not diabetic
6.15-645am : Walking
6.45- 7.00 am warm up
7.15- 7.30 am: 1 glass of lime juice or buttermilk
8.30- 9.00am. : Breakfast Avoid oily foods like Poori,Bonda,Vada, Groundnut & Coconut chutneys
11- 11.30am: Veg Salads or a fruit
1 glass buttermilk
1.00 -1.30 pm: Lunch
Less rice or roti with more curry with leafy vegetables atleast 4 times a week.Avoid
deep fries & picklesKeep changing oils like sunflower,groundnut,ricebran oils,Avoid
ghee,cream,butter.Use 1/2 lt per person per month.
3.30-4.30pm : Tea,Coffee,or Milk
5.30pm: Snacks like Sprouts or Oats or Cornflakes or Murmura or Poha or Popcorn or Boiled
6.30.pm : 1 glass buttermilk or lime juice or tender coconut water (100ml) if BP is under control
8.30pm Dinner : Roti or Pulka or Cook Wheat or Jowar. rawa. like rice and eat with curry
10.00pm : 1 cup of warm milk.
Weight gain may be due to Anaemia also.So check your Haemogram
Avoid weight gaining foods.
Wish you a healthy living
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