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Helllo dr, I am 17 years old girl, weight 79 kg, height 5"7, calories intake 1000/day, want lose 10kg weight in two months, what food i need to use, please help?

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In brief: Slow and Steady

Weight loss can be a challenge but on the positive side with you are close to a targeted normal weight.
Your bmi is close to nl; 10 kg weight loss may be a push;i would advise a balanced diet that doesn't eliminate major food groups unless you are vegan/vegetarian. 1000 calories per day is dangerous and not recommended. Also any wt you lose with radical calorie reduction you are likely to regain.

In brief: Slow and Steady

Weight loss can be a challenge but on the positive side with you are close to a targeted normal weight.
Your bmi is close to nl; 10 kg weight loss may be a push;i would advise a balanced diet that doesn't eliminate major food groups unless you are vegan/vegetarian. 1000 calories per day is dangerous and not recommended. Also any wt you lose with radical calorie reduction you are likely to regain.
Dr. Shontae Buffington
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Dr. Mitzi Johnson
I agree. 1000 calories a day may actually block your effort to lose weight because your body will try to protect itself by storing what little you eat a fat. You may also not have enough extra energy available to exercise and build muscle which would help you lose fat weight.
Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice

In brief: Diet Science

You are eating too little calories.
Starvation diets turn off metabolism; this makes weight loss harder and creates a situation of more rapid weight gain when the diet is stopped. Your 1500 calorie diet should include 60% proteins, 25% carbohydrates and 15% fat calories. Please know that diet alone without exercise will not be successful.

In brief: Diet Science

You are eating too little calories.
Starvation diets turn off metabolism; this makes weight loss harder and creates a situation of more rapid weight gain when the diet is stopped. Your 1500 calorie diet should include 60% proteins, 25% carbohydrates and 15% fat calories. Please know that diet alone without exercise will not be successful.
Dr. Robert Killian
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