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Im 5.6 inch tall my weight is 65 around 6 months ago now my weight is 56 I regularly eat 4 meals what kind of meals I have to eat to gain weight and what is the ideal bmi ???
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Please connect directly for the same. Thanks.
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Things need detailed information about your meals and nutrition options and lifestyle then we can discuss things further and suggest anything choose direct consultation for proper guidance and help.
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Hello user See, you will not gain until the cause of underweight is not treated. There are many reason of being underweight . Improper liver functions . Endocrine imbalance ( diabetes/ thyroid) . IBS . Tuberculosis . Improper dietary diet . Vitamins and minerals deficiency .Eating disorders . Improper sleep .Stress . Medication Many more HOW WE TREAT UNDERWEIGHT THRU DIET . Finding and Curing the cause of underweight . Treating the deficiency and symptoms cause due to underweight . Diet to get ideal weight Before prescribing any thing ,we need some health information like Vitals,health parameter, physical activity, family history, occupation, daily routine and any many.so ,if you want to contact ,please contact us thru the link below
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Hi Ideal reference range or cut off levels for BMI as per Asians chart is18.5 to 22.9.. You can take mini meals or small meals often a day.. Can take all variety nuts, dry fruits, bananas 2 to 3 per day, drink more water in a day around 8 to 10 glasses, all seasonal fruits and vegetables, Leafy vegetables, roots and tuber vegetables like potatoes, yams, sweet potatoes etc... Milk shakes, fiber food, milk and milk products like butter, cream milk, cottage cheese/ paneer , whole cow or buffalo milk, kheer, ghee in dal, all variety dals, chicken soups, sea fish, lean meats if non vegetarian, legumes, moderate carbs, moderate plant based proteins, moderate fat, ..etc. Daily light walking , weight bearing exercises and yoga are helpful with respect to lifestyle.. For further details contact through practo for a detailed analysis and customized diet plan.. Thankyou
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You need to take high protein diet. Take small and frequent meals at regular intervals .Please ask me directly for personalized diet plan for you.
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