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Q. Can any one help her to reduce her weight in a simple way?

Hi, my cousin Lee; 2 years ago she got married. Now she have 1 child. After her delivery her weight increased to 200 pounds. She tried to lose about 40 pounds but she reduced up to 160 pounds. Now she is unable to maintain those pounds. Now she started to gain some more weight again. She didn’t change her diet. Can any one help her to reduce her weight in a simple way? And how can she maintain it?
AGenerally some women will gain weight after their delivery. I feel happy to hear that your cousin tried to reduce her weight and she was success in it. But her problem is that she didn’t maintain it. Try to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day, and 2 servings of low-fat milk. Not even diet soda. Balance a 2:1, protein, carbohydrate ratio in every meal and snack. Don’t eat meat, crabs or any heavy food within 5 hours of bedtime. And try to exercise at least 2-3 times a week. These are some easiest way which helped me to reduce my weight. Hope this will help your cousin too. All the best!

Q. Can someone clear in simple term to make me understand—please?

A difficult and new confusion struck me….. Can someone clear in simple term to make me understand—please? What makes TCM close to modern medicine and what are 5-element treatment and their role in depression and related disorders like bipolar.
ATo be simple let me say that TCM is similar to modern type of system as they try to link the diagnosis with the biochemical nature of the body. TCM diagnoses and try to treat bipolar and other depression related disorder from physiochemical understanding., whereas 5-element therapy does not treat body as it is concerned with spirit treatment and is completely different subject to understand and yes it has been reported to heal depression in many.

Q. How do i keep me fit? does someone has a simple and easy exercise that will help me to keep my fitness?

A1CLASYWOM is right, walking 45 minutes 4-5 days a week will change your life. and you can do it as a part of your day- walk to the supermarket, don't use elevators, use stairs and only this will do wonders.



A2Walking is the easiest and simplest way to keep fit. If you can manage 45 minute walks 4 times a week, you'll do great! Don't try running or jogging as that can put a tremendous strain on your legs and joints. Just simply, walk!

Q. 1?, simple explanation to know if I might be diabetic.Unlike most of these bloggers, I'm seeking help--no ins

A1A very common feature of diabetes is dizziness due to lack of sugar. I can tell you that you should have a program in your state that will allow you to get health insurance

Chad Levin
www.EasyToInsureME.com
A2Also might I suggest contacting your local health department. Some states have a sliding scale fee that would help you be seen by a medical proffessional at a rate you can afford. Some towns even have Samaritain clinics and they only ask for 10 dollars or so to see a doctor. Learning more is certainly very helpful but this is a condition that if you have you more than likely will need medical help in getting under control. Good Luck!
A3First, it depends on your age: children and teen are more likely to develop type 1 diabetes, which may cause them to be thin, and usually present as emergency situation called DKA, including vomiting, urinating allot and other disturbances. Adult, obese people are more likely to suffer from type 2 diabetes, which may initially begin as urinating large volume and drinking large amounts of fluids to compensate.

However, diabetes is usually a silent disease, and the best way to diagnose or to rule out diabetes is by measuring the level of sugar in the blood after 8 hours fasting.

You may read more here:
www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/diabetes.html
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