Morbid Obesity Long Time
Hi I have been struggling with weight issues from very young age, Although I was Born Underweight and was normal in early years but after that my weight kept increasing day by day and reached maximum at 165kgs. Although its not like that I have not tried any solution, i did it all gym, vlcc, walk but i also agree to that i was little bit lazy and did not fulfilled long time. It lasted majorily for 3-4 Months, I reduce weight but it comes higher then ever whenever i have left that activity. My diet has also been regular. So after All Things and when situation went alarming, I gone for Bariatric Surgery Sleeve type and it helped me and reduced weight to 115kgs over 1 year period of time. This was in 2012 and then i did gym and tried to maintain that and tone up body, but still my skin was on hanging mostly at abdomen area, now due to some stress period due to personal issues i started eating wrong in 2015 and my weight is now 135kgs. Now I dont know where to start and how to end this ?
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Dr. Swathi S Aithal
General Physician 4 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello.. First thing is you need to have less of carbs and more of best thing is have less qt of rice or reduce the no of chapathis you have and have more of dal or need to replace your rice or chapathis with oats,ragi balls or Suji preparations... You can tk any one fruit like banana, orange or Apple or mausambi in your fruits list... Now can add water melon need to have fresh carrots, cucumber or channa dal when ever hungry... Have loads of water too...You also need to engage yourself in outdoor activity like walking,running, jogging, cycling,k swimming  for a minimum if 30 to 45 min ..or chose to gym or aerobics as per your can also include green will increase metabolism...consult a dietician for a specific  diet chart as per your bmi and your food preferences... you need somebody with you to be constantly pushing you.. i suggest you to hire a personal trainer...All the very best.... Thank you
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