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Asked by Anonymous - Jan 30, 2024Hindi
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On dec 6 my husband's blood test reports were as Total Cholesterol 230.5 n Triglycerides are 329.5. in LFT SGaoT is 66 n SGPT is 120. some told him to normalise his diet n quit smoking n drinks his weight is 99 .but after maining his diet n he quit smoking n drink but his weight is not getting down please tell me some more suggestions n how to increase metabolism as he walks so many kilometres a day n sometimes he quit his food too.

Ans: Hello Anonymous,
I am glad your husband has quit smoking and drinking. Please do understand it takes 6 months to a year for positive changes to be seen in one's health especially if smoking and drinking has been going on for a long time before he quit.
Has he consulted a nutritionist. Every person is different so a nutritionist needs to check his overall reports, understand his lifestyle better and accordingly give a diet chart which also needs to be tweaked regularly.
For exercises too he needs to once consult a fitness coach as accordingly they will give him a plan to increase his BMR like weight training may help him or for some people even yoga benefits a lot.
All the best!
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