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How can I lose weight around my abdominal area?

How can I lose weight around my abdominal area?

Decrease carbs: Abdominal fat is the most dangerous fat increasing your risk of heart disease. It responds best to decreasing your carbohydrate intake (breads/pasta/cereal/pastries, alcohol/soda/juice). You still need lower total calories (500/day to lose 1 pound/week), drink alot of water since obesity is dehydrating, continue with exercise. ...Read more

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Dr. Julie Abbott
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Many people resolve to lose weight in the New Year for different reasons. For those who are overweight or obese, there are many health benefits to losing weight. It can help decrease your chances of developing diseases including diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, osteoarthritis, and even certain types of cancer. Low-calorie diets combined with increased physical activity are thought to be most effective long term. The healthiest weight loss regimen, therefore, is one that consists of making lifestyle changes that incorporate a balanced diet ...Read more


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How to lose weight with alloderm mesh in your abdomen?

How to lose weight with alloderm mesh in your abdomen?

See below: The alloderm patch has nothing with losing weight. You have to know what is bad for you and what things and how much you should eat. Admit to yourself first of all what your problem is and then give your self an order as you would to a subordinate and deal with it. ...Read more

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What is the appropriate drink to lose weight from the abdomen area?

What is the appropriate drink to lose weight from the abdomen area?

Water: It takes water to burn fat. Drink water, cut calories, eat smaller meals (way smaller) and get moderate exercise ever day (22 min of walking is enough). Stay hydrated and take in fewer calories than you burn. ...Read more

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Can the obese lose weight slow enough that they could lose a pannus (hanging abdomen)?

Can the obese lose weight slow enough that they could lose a pannus (hanging abdomen)?

Not likely: The younger you are and the more healthy and elastic your skin is, the more likely it is to restructure after loss of weight (consider the restructuring of most pregnant women). But the seriously overweight and older lose this ability and will have excess skin that a cosmetic surgeon should be consulted for removal. ...Read more

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Working out and changed lifestyle to lose weight. Doc says i need sleep study due to overnight pulse ox reading. Should i be scared?

Working out and changed lifestyle to lose weight. Doc says i need sleep study due to overnight pulse ox reading. Should i be scared?

No: No and congrats on lifestyle changes. A sleep study is a diagnostic aid in helping to determine sleep apnea and if it is mild, moderate or severe. No need to have anxiety. If you are anxious, it may make the sleep study less effective because you may not be able to sleep to help the sleep lab get accurate readings. ...Read more

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I'm planning to lose weight. Should I exercise & diet? Or exercise and no diet? Which is better? I am not that fat. I want a lean abdomen. Thank you!

I'm planning to lose weight. Should I exercise &  diet? Or exercise and no diet? Which is better? I am not that fat. I want a lean abdomen. Thank you!

Both: Both are important for weight loss. Be sure to include weight training in your exercise regimen, since increased muscle mass will increase your baseline metabolism which will help with weight loss. For your diet, avoid carbs and processed foods and fast foods and sodas, and eat lean meats and fruits and vegetables. Good luck! ...Read more

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If you lose weight and exercise can you get rid of the excess abdominal fat called an "apron?" or is a tummy tuck the only permanent solution?

If you lose weight and exercise can you get rid of  the excess abdominal fat called an "apron?" or is a tummy tuck the only permanent solution?

Depends.: It depends not on exercise, but more on the elasticity of your skin. If your skin has lost its elasticity, it won't automatically reshape around the smaller layer of fat, and you'd need an abdominoplasty to remove the redundant skin. ...Read more

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