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A 45-year-old member asked:

i need help with losing weight and gaining muscle. could you give me some tips?

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Dr. Myra Skluth
Internal Medicine 35 years experience
Exercise w. weights: Eat protein( meat, fish, chicken, eggs and vegetables. Eat every 4 hours. Do not skip meals. Drink lots of water. No soda or juice. No processed foods made from white flour. Sleep 8 hours ever night. Interval training helps with maximum fat loss. Resistance training with weights helps to build muscle.

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A 28-year-old male asked:

Should I visit a dietitian in order to get a good eating plan for losing weight and gaining muscle at gym? Or should I speak to a personal trainer?

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Dr. Karina Contreras Lopez
Specializes in General Practice
Dietitian : The dietitan is specialized in this area, the personal trainer is not. To get better results I would recommend seeing a dietitan

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