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    Weight Management Programs

    Consultation

    900/-

    • Custom diet plan
    • List of food need to avoid
    • Personalattention
    • Weekly Diet Plan
    • Recipes
    • Weekly Feedback
    • Do’s and don’ts while eating out in Party or vacation
    • Detailed Discussion Call

    3 MONTHS PLAN

    6000/-

    • Custom diet plan
    • List of food need to avoid
    • Personalattention
    • Weekly Diet Plan
    • Recipes
    • Weekly Feedback
    • Do’s and don’ts while eating out in Party or vacation
    • Detailed Discussion Call

    6 MONTHS PLAN

    11000/-

    • Custom diet plan
    • List of food need to avoid
    • Personalattention
    • Weekly Diet Plan
    • Recipes
    • Weekly Feedback
    • Do’s and don’ts while eating out in Party or vacation
    • Detailed Discussion Call

    Frequently Asked Questions?

    yes it does. All you need to do is to eat a proper balanced food and fo little physical activity.Then only your weight will remain sustainable

    If you’re healthy and you exercise moderately two or three days a week, you can figure out your calorie intake by multiplying your ideal body weight (BMI)by 14.

    Because no matter how you drop pounds — whether it’s through dieting, exercise, or a combination of both — you will inevitably lose some muscle, and that slows down your basal metabolic rate.

    “Any dietary change that cuts calories or familiar foods will inevitably leave you vulnerable to cravings, often for whatever’s ‘off limits.’ It’s just human nature,”

    Compile a detailed food diary for at least a week. “Most of us underestimate how many calories we consume, so it’s possible you’re eating more than you think,”

    It can be discouraging when you look at a chart that says one hour of walking (at a rate of, say, 3.5 miles per hour) burns only 300 calories and that 30 minutes of aerobics burns only about 250. Instead, look at the cumulative effects and how those burned calories add up over time.

    Possibly. “You need more calories when you’re active and fewer when you’re sedentary. So if you’re eating the bulk of your calories while you’re sitting in front of the TV, you may indeed store more of them as fat. “However, what matters most when it comes to losing weight is how many total calories you take in and burn off throughout the day, not just within a limited time frame

    It depends. A diet high in sodium may bring on bloat