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I put on weight to 3kgs. I have doubt that by drinking more water my weight is increased. Is this true?
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Hi, No. In fact drinking plenty of water aids in weight loss. Have a controlled diet, drink plenty of water and exercise regularly for weight loss. For details and customized diet plan, yiu can contact me. Regards
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Hello dear No, drinking water will never increase anybody's weight. There are many reasons of being over-weightor obese 1. PCOD 2. Endocrine disturbance ( thyroid/ Diabetes) 3. Psychological problem 4. Low metabolism rate 5. Stress 6. Effect of medication 7. vitamin deficiencies 8. Bad eating habits 9. Sedentary Lifestyle and physically inact ive Many more HOW WE TREAT OBESITY THRU DIET First we find the cause of causing obesity  and then treat that cause Second , increase the metabolic rate Third, treat the deficiencies cause due to obesity Four, if all the cause, deficiency and metabolic rate is treated , you will start shedding weight. WHY IT IS IMPORTANT TO REDUCE WEIGHT Is the weight is not reduce ,then it may lead to Many problem or Diseases such as Diabetes Hyperthyroidism Thyroid Kidney disease Liver disease Many more Before prescribing anything we need some information like your vitals ,Family history, Lifestyle, occupation, medical history, daily routine and many more. So ,if you want you can contact us directly through this link
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