Doctor insights on:
A Easy Diet Plan For Obese People
What works for you: The best plan is the one that you will stick to. It could be walking, low impact aerobics. Start slow, may be 10-15 minute intervals as tolerated and increase slowly. The best plan is the one that fits your lifestyle, you enjoy doing and are motivated to continue doing and gets you results. Aim for activity most days of the week, but start at least three days of the week. ...Read more
refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
Diet exercise plan: There is no quick and easy remedy to obesity. People come in different heights, weights, ages, sexes, races, and have different exercise habits and food intake. With those qualifiers, you need to burn about 500 calories a day, to loose a pound a week. That means either eating less, and using an app like myfitnesspal to track, or exercising more, using a fitbit to track. 10k steps a day = wt loss. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My daughter is 11 1/2. She is 5'1 and weighs about 155. Is she obese? Should we get her on a diet plan?
Obesity: I understand your feelings and your dilemma. See your Physician about your diet, weight, risk factors for Diabetes, heart disease, high Blood Pressure, risk factors in family history and complications of these illnesses. See a Nutritionist to understand daily caloric intake, balanced diet See a Psychiatrist for depression, impulse control, helplessness, self-esteem and coping skills for stressors ...Read more
I have fatty liver from obesity. I have been dieting and exercising. I don't want to damage my liver more but would it hurt to eat non diet food once in a while?
Have you lost weight: The best thing you can do for yourself is to change your lifestyle.....Not just go on a "diet". I don't know what you mean by "diet foods", but i think you are craving the "non-diet" foods because you have not found food that you like which are also healthy. Once you find these....You will rarely crave "non-diet" foods. See my website for more info: www.Jhsurgery.Com. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am obese and want to start dieting and exerciseing. First i want to detox my body, how long can I safely try the chicken broth & water diet
Realize: You can detoxify without exposing yourself to suboptimal nutrition. If you must "detox" focus on unprocessed, minimally cooked fruits and vegetables. But if you must go for with this broth detox, you should review this with your doctor. While persons have been known to be able survive for many weeks without food(as long as water is available) not every one tolerates this well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Vast majority: With more than 70% of americans overweight or obese the trend is to become heavier if we do nothing. The key is creating permanent changes in eating habits not temporary ones (dieting). Typically people lose weight while "dieting" and gain it back once they stop. Almost any "diet" can be effective but keeping it off requires committment. Exercise is critical to keeping weight off after loss. ...Read more
Upper right back pain in one spot. Present for months. Obese but I have lost 65lbs dieting. Back only starts hurting when i get to work and sit?
Unchanged-good!: There are many causes for pain that is unilateral and in the posterior-upper back. Subscapular bursitis is quite common; surascapular palsy is another, and there are more. You need to see a doctor who specializes in pain diagnosis; physical medicine specialist or a rheumatology specialist, or an orthopedic surgeon. I believe the root causes will be determined more quickly. ...Read more
I have been dieting since march cuz I found out I have fatty liver from obesity. I lose 12-15 lbs a month . Could this be from something more serious?
Obesity or Alcohol: Fatty liver has two causes, alcohol excess and obesity. If you don't drink very much alcohol then obesity is likely the culprit. Your weight loss is excellent, keep it up by using diet and exercise. Fatty liver can be reversed with weight loss. If it persists there is a risk of cirrhosis so you are doing exactly the right thing. Well done! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I suspect that i got normal weight obesity, as I am thin but have a belly. I am now dieting and exercising, i lose my weight but not my belly?
Avoid carbs or sugar: Helpful weight loss diets have natural foods that take time to chew but contain few calories. Examples include carrots, celery, and iceberg lettuce (little/no salad dressing). When shopping for fruits, buy small ones no bigger than a tennis ball, because fruits have sugar. Drinks without calories include water and green tea. A calorie is a calorie, but surely avoid sugar & simple starch calories. ...Read more
Is flax oil good to help fatty liver from being obese? I am dieting and losing weight and exercising
Maybe: There are some small, I mean small studies that suggest some benefit in fatty liver disease for flaxseed oil, but it's not great. It's unlikely to harm you, but make sure you don't consume too much, as even if its good, the high caloric density can catch up with you and cause weight gain. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 38f obese. Wt285. Fatty liver with borderline heptomegly. I am losing 4 lbs a wk. I am dieting and walking how do I slow it down?
You are right: Ideally when losing weight with fatty liver disease you want to avoid excessively fast weight loss - there is evidence to keep weight loss at a rate less than 3.5lbs/week; as too rapid weight loss can make things worse. This means you may need to back off a bit on your caloric restriction and/ or be mindful of the vigorousness of your exercise. Though it sounds like you are making great strides. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 25, obese and will start working out, dieting soon. Will symptoms of Meralgia paraesthetica subside once I lose weight? What can i do?
Very possibly ...: As I suspect you know, meralgia parenthetic is caused by compression of the nerve that supplies sensation to the skin of your thigh. Tight clothing, weight gain/obesity and pregnancy are common causes. You can expect it to get better with weight loss, & for most people the pain goes away within a few months. Wear looser clothing. You can take OTC acetaminophen or ibuprofen if needed. Good wishes:) ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have been dieting due to fatty liver from obesity. I have lost 47lbs since march. Is it safe for me to have some mashed potatoes and gravy?
How likely is fatty liver from obesity to turn into cirrhosis.. I am dieting and losing weight 47lbs since march?
Could borderline heptmegly with fatty steososis be from obesity? I have been tested for all heps and hiv. All liver test good. I lost 62 lbs dieting
My right side under my rib cage near my back.Hurts when you push on it. I do have fatty liver from being obese but I am dieting and losing weight. ?
Liver sludge: Fatty liver is due to sugary foods, and liver pain is usually due to liver sludge with stone formation. Need to clean the liver frequently. To help with liver pain use phosphatidyl choline and betaine hcl - betaine hcl with make the bile flow and phosphatidyl choline lubricates so liver pain gets better. Initial dosing might be higher hcl 4gm twice daily and phoscholine will need 2gm twice daily. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor online
- Diet plans for obese people
- Velocity diet for obese people
- Diet plans for morbid obesity
- Diet plans for morbidly obese
- Diet plans for people with pcos
- Easy diet plan for teenage girls
- Diet plan for obesity per day
- Diet plans for people on thyroid medication
- Easy to digest diet plan