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Side Effects of Low Calorie Diet

Dieters may in fact experience a number of side effects including fatigue, nausea, diarrhea, and constipation. However, the side effects do tend to disappear over time. There are also more severe complications that may arise such as gallstones if you lose weight too rapidly, so be sure to consult your dietician for an appropriate plan.


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i am 52 kg with 5.4inch i want to lose my weight 4 kg. what should i do? and what should i do for being on this weight and what should i eat on daily basis and on what quantity? please refer me as soon as possible.
ritu42 Friday, August 3, 2012
I am 65kgs with 5ft3" and I want to reduce15kgs.pls reffer me some diet.
mdas186 Sunday, July 22, 2012
i am 71kgs with 5.3'height and i want 2 reduce 15kgs.pls refer me som diets
120345 Friday, February 17, 2012
hi my height s 148cm and nw my weight is 56kg and i want 2 reduce 4kg.pls refer me som diets
sharmi.s Wednesday, March 24, 2010
hi ,

i am 80 kgs with 5.5' tall

actually after my preganancy i have put on 15 kgs which i am unabel to reduce please suggest me the diet .

vijaya thakur Saturday, January 3, 2009
Actually my weight is 65 kg i need to consume 800 calories in a day so can u suggest me some diet plan what all i have to eat during the whole day.
MOHD ARIF KHAN Saturday, December 13, 2008

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