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Regarding my blood reports
I had all kinds of blood tests done online. I need a proper diet plan and advice on how to recover. Since I live alone and am a working professional, I don't have much time to prepare many things. Additionally, I am a vegetarian. Please suggest something. Thank you.
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We need to know your complete lifestyle details, before we prescribe you a Plan.
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Contact directly through Practo app for Detailed Diet Plan.
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Hello As your Lipid profile seems to be disoriented from the normal range you have to immediately focus and control your Fat quality which you use daily Also you would need a lifestyle transformation & Basic Nutrition education
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Minimally reduce your outside food intake instead have 80-90% times try to consume home cooked foods
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Hopefully hire a cook or learn simple basic cooking which can actually ease off your challenge right now in
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Please make an appointment
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Please get your HbA1C tested for more clarity.
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Please ask me directly for personalized diet plan for you.
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As per reports lifestyle change and dietary changes needed as per constitution. Consult on app personally
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According to your blood test Your cholesterol level is high ,and haemoglobin level is low . Need more information about you so connect me through practo you will get good result.
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your cholesterol level is slightly high. i think you eat junk food . dont take too much of outside food. for details diet and other guidance you can contact me through practo
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Healthy morning, For high cholesterol are heart healthy lifestyle changes and medication. The lifestyle changes include healthy eating, weight management and regular physical activity 1. Choose healthier fats 2. Eat plenty of soluble fibre 3. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables 4.Eat fish and omega-3 fatty acids 5.limit salt and alcohol. For iron deficiency Add in diet Beans , lentils, peas , green leafy vegetables Whole grains like broccoli rice , pasta , whole meal bread Nuts and seeds including walnuts and pumpkin
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You have to work in many factors The portion you are consuming is not proper Therefore you are seeing this type of fluctuations in your report You need to add goods fats inn diet For that discussion connect with me over a consultation on practo app
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Hi, You need to include more Fresh fruits and veggies in your diet preferably in raw and whole form like salads, also some healthy fats like nuts, seeds and whole grain food products you can easily keep them handy and it doesn't need extra time. Do some lifestyle changes and check your sleep pattern.
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Tips for maintaining above levels : • Increase Fiber Intake: Aim for at least 25-30 grams of fiber per day. Soluble fiber, found in oats, fruits, vegetables, and legumes, is particularly effective at lowering LDL cholesterol. • Exercise Regularly: Physical activity can help raise HDL cholesterol and lower LDL cholesterol. Aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise per week. • Maintain a Healthy Weight: Losing excess weight can help lower cholesterol levels. • Limit Alcohol Intake: Excessive alcohol can raise cholesterol and triglyceride levels. If you drink, do so in moderation (up to one drink per day for women and up to two drinks per day for men).
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Always consult with a healthcare professional before making significant changes to your diet or lifestyle.
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By following these dietary guidelines and making healthy lifestyle choices, individuals can effectively manage their cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease.
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Good evening pls something u have to cook n eat,instant processed foods ready to eat foods is not fine to eat.
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