Therapeutic lifestyle-change diet
The diet component of therapeutic lifestyle change is based on lowering the intake of saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium to help reduce the blood cholesterol level and lower cardiovascular risk. According to therapeutic lifestyle change diet guidelines, one should ... More>>
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Fatty facts
The main cause of fat deposition in our bodies is when the calorie intake is higher than the burning of it. This intake / output imbalance is caused by following three factors. 1) Lack of physical exercise. 2) Intake of food high in fat and ... More>>

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Dear Madam, I am 53, I take non veg foods. Our family doctor advised me to restrict my daily calorie intake to about 2000 calorie. Could you kindly help me in arriving at a diet chart accordingly ? Regards, sumit chakrabarty
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Hello, I am 24 years old female having weight 68 kgs. When i used to go to college i was 63 kgs. My height is 5 feet 4 inches. Noe i sit at home and have gained 5 kgs. Although my calorie intake is around 1000- 1200 then also getting more obese. My waist line has gained 3 inches in 6 months. What should i do?
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Why should a diabetic patient spread his days total calories intake into 4/5 portions over a period of 15 Hrs.
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