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Losing weight: A good breakfast is important and the best way to keep weight (w) off is by behavior modification (b). People who lose w without b have more than a 90% chance of gaining back their lost w in 1 year. Find out what causes you to overeat and see if you can engage in activities to avoid doing so. If you can if you can do this you can not only lose w, you will be successful in keeping it off long term. ...Read more
Exercise a lot...: 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
There are dozens!: Burrpees are perhaps the best overall best single exercise you can do especially if you pair them with a push up and a jump at the end of each one. Squats, planks, pushups, mountain climbers, superman pose, dips, oh! there are dozens of great exercises! Check out this website to get started: https://www.acsm.org/docs/brochures/resistance-training.pdf ...Read more
Depends: Weight loss is difficult, but if you are determined it can be done. Diet along with cardiac exercise is the best way to go. Eat 5 meals a day and cut out the carbs. Don't eat any breads except whole grain. Also cut out all tropical fruit. Start walking so that you can get your heart rate up to around 120 beats per minute for 20 minutes. Biking is not as good losing weight as walking fast. ...Read more
See Dr., then eat...: If one is truly underweight (based on height, family background, and body type), a dr. Can evaluate for a hormonal, digestive, or other disorder. If no medical cause is found, then one can add weight by eating more calories of nutritious foods, while also doing weight-training to increase muscle. Proteins: egg white, chicken breast, salmon, ... Better fats: olive oil, peanuts, almonds, tofu, .... ...Read more
Hard to Say...: The "best" is relative and tends to be "that which works best for you." that said, I have had wonderful success using the p90x and related in-home dvds and think that after medical clearance they are a serious option. However, training responsibly is critical to avoid injury. Check them out! ...Read more
Yes: A good program incorporates both cardiovascular and weight lifting. ...Read more
Are you motivated?: If you don't have any medical condition that restricts you from exercise. Start aexercise program combination of cardio and weightlifting. Enroll a family member or friend as a training partner .If you can afford hire a personal trainer. Always start with moderate intensity program like walking , swimming and lifting lighter weights. Use the machines instead of free weights to avoid injury. ...Read more
Minimal: Make sure you exercise at least 30 minutes a day, don't skip meals, avoid soda, juice, dairy, alcohol and fried foods. Eat a healthy well balanced diet! also water, organic vegetable broth, green leafy vegetables, natural pickles, apples are great to fill you up so you dont feel hungry and they are very low in calories. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many options!: If you want a program that works and has meals pre-made for you so you don't have to measure and track calories, I would try Take Shape for Life. I, myself, used this program and lost 60 lb which has stayed off for 5 years. If that's not appealing, then look at www.myfitnesspal.com for ideas. A great book to read on permanent weight control: Dr. A's Habits of Health by Dr. Wayne Scott Anderson ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Eat less ; exercise: The key to losing weight is not a temporary diet but permanent changes. Sugars ; simple carbs from grains esp. Cause weight gain. It's also wise to avoid fried foods. I like dr. Furhman's diet: http://bit.Ly/1dhw9ht dr. Weil has useful info: http://huff.To/19ygs8y- see his "discuss that" link in his article. Exercise is also important! it's also best to choose organic foods:http://bit.Ly/19x. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Eat healthy ; cardio: Engage in regular aerobic exercise (i.e. Running, swimming, nordic track, bicycling, kickboxing, walking, cross country skiing, hiking, etc.). Eat healthfully. Try to eat at least 5 servings of vegetables ; 4 of fruit per day. Increase nutritional fiber. Avoid refined sugar ; junk carbohydrates. Avoid alcohol, sweetened juices, soda ; caffeinated beverages. Aim for 7.5 to 8 hrs of sleep / night. ...Read more
Aerobic + resistance: National guidelines recommend 150 min/wk of moderate or 75 min/wk of vigorous activity and resistance exercise twice/wk. If you want to lose weight you'll probably need to exercise more and eat less. Moderate means you can carry on a conversation while exercising and vigorous means you can't. For more info, check out http://www.Cdc.Gov/physicalactivity/everyone/guidelines/index.Html. ...Read more
Have a Look: Take a look at: "the 4-hour body: an uncommon guide to rapid fat loss.." for starters....This book by tim ferriss is fairly recent and, although a bit controversial, will frame your interest and get you "up to speed" on several relevant issues in exercise and nutrition today. However, a single, all-encompassing book probably doesn't really exist! check out your local bookstore, too! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Weight loss: 90% of weight loss is from dieting. 10% from exercise. Controlling caloric intake as well as limiting processed foods high in sugar will help reduce fat accumulation. To lose weight just through exercise (fat loss) requires burning 3500 calories to lose just one pound of fat. Strength training will increase muscle weight and reduce fat. Aerobics at low intensity will help burn fat. ...Read more
Overweight? A 16 year old female,190lbs, 5'9", eats healthy, exercises, and doesn't look overweight. Do you think she's overweight? Thank you!
My daughter, age 48, recently suffered a TIA with no residue found. She has no risk factors: non smoker, thin, low bp, eats healthy , exercises. Why?
My daughter grew up with midsection weight since childhood. Puberty was 4yr ago she's always eaten healthy exercises alot but it won't budge. Reasons?
Growth and puberty: This is a long topic. You probably mean to say she hasn't grown much since her first menses. Most girls don't grow much in height after 2 years after their first menses. Discuss this this with her doc and get a bone age and if he/she doesn't feel comfortable then go see a pediatric endocrinologist or you can make a virtual appt with me for a more thorough discussion over the 'net. ...Read more
Alcoholic, 56 years old healthy male, eats healthy, exercises but his eyes are always red, he drinks nearly three litres of bear a day?
Doubt he is"healthy": Alcohol causes prominent dilation of many blood vessels, including those of the conjuntivae, hence red eyes in drinkers. You say 'no meds" but then list a bunch of diabetes medications. This amount of alcohol in a diabetic is suicide on installment plan (even in a non-diabetic). This level of drinking will almost certainly make control of diabetes difficult, as well as damaging liver, brain etc. ...Read more
If chirosis is detected in early stage and im a young male thats always been healthy & exercises a lot is ther hope? Quit drinking also
Yes, but depends...: Yes, there is hope, but it depends on the cause of your cirrhosis. Stopping drinking is essential- congratulations. But you should rule out other causes like chronic hepatitis; if you have hepatitis it is crucial to treat it. Herbs like milk thistle & cordyceps can help you heal from cirrhosis. I advise seeing a holistic doc- see http://www.Abihm.Org/search-doctors. ...Read more
Dry eyes. Can’t smell, able to breathe through nose (most of the time). Burning in chest.
Not sick, takes vitamins, eats healthy, exercises.
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Is it possible for a 28yr old female newly diagnosis type2 diabetic that eats healthy and exercises live 50+years?
Diabetes: Yes. With lifestyle changes and yearly exams it is. Do you smoke? If so quit. Are you overweight check with your doctor about a weight loss program not only will you fill better your diabetes will improve. Exercise, exercise , diet these are important. Control your bp. All of these are important but especially for someone with diabetes. The mention of exercise twice was not a typo. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do about what?: Some people are built bigger than others. Some are thick and some are stick thin. As long as you are healthy and eat well and exercise, the best advice is to know your gifts and be happy with yourself. Have you been evaluated to make sure you have no thyroid issue? Consider seeing a chinese medicine practitioner as it can really help balance your health. ...Read more
My friend gets pimples a lot and is wondering a trick that can get rid of them fast at home?She uses acne wash daily,eats healthy and exercises.thanks
Is there a good diet to lose weight ( basically don't want to look anorexic just healthy ) and some exercises ?
Running probably: An aerobic exercise program that works on cardiovascular conditioning [ key to metabolic changes from exercise] and expends a great deal of calories will be effective with weight loss. Swimming / biking will also work well. Maintaining muscle mass is also helpful with calisthenics or weights. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What healthy foods/breathing exercises/habits will help me improve my asthma (it is controlled well tho)?
How common is it to gain weight when taking Lexapro (escitalopram)? Does the weight gain stick with you if you are a healthy person who exercises?
Lexapro (escitalopram) tends to: be pretty weight neutral in general. Per http://www.rxlist.com/lexapro-side-effects-drug-center.htm- "Patients treated with Lexapro (escitalopram) in controlled trials did not differ from placebo-treated patients with regard to clinically important change in body weight." ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Changing up your routine helps decrease the chance of an "overuse injury". Consult with a personal trainer if you need help varying your routine. Best of luck! ...Read more
Is it normal for my body to lose only 2.5 kg, while having a healthy diet and few exercises, for 28 days?Or is it due to low metabolism?
I want to know if it is true that conjugated linoleic acid helps remove fat. Also, my diet is healthy and I perform exercises.
Stop taking Omega pill for a week. Felt dehydrated, more lightheaded than usual, as well as cold. Average body temp. 96-97. Exercises, eats healthy. ?
Dehydration: and being light headed is not the result of stopping taking Omega 3 capsules. You need to find out the reason why which you can do by visiting your family doctor. He/she will help you, perhaps check your thyroid and other lab values. Peace and good health. ...Read more
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