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Lost 9 kg weight in 4 months.
My height is 170cm. My earlier weight was 94kg but after 45 min indoor cycling and diet control (quit smoking as well) my current weight is 85 kg. My concern is weight loss am I losing much weight or is it safe. I am taking diet high in fibre and protein. Reduced cabs intake and not feeling any weakness. My diet Breakfast: oats / Dalia/ + 2 egg whites + Sprouts boiled Afternoon snacks: peanut/almonds+ apple Lunch: 2 roti+sabji+curd+salad+dal evening snack: mung dal cheela/ chana+black coffee Dinner: 1 roti+dal 2 bowl + sabji+ salad before sleeping 1 glass of milk with ensure powder. Is my diet ok (sabji= not taking potato) is my diet safe.
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Hi Your ideal body weight as per your height should be 75 kgs so you don have to worry about it. You as lose excess weight which is normal and you are lose it in a healthy way which is good. But when you reach that weight lose  plateau you need a change in your diet and workout.
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Hello user Weight loss is perfectly fine, but may be, you want lose further because of many reason.
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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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