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How much should i eat if i'm inactive?
1300 cal per day is a good start. Eat at least 30 gr of protein at breakfast.Tthen less and less protein as day goes on.
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Proteins
I have read you should eat at least 90 gr of protein every day so you wont burn off muscle. If you combine ths with 50 gr of carbs and 20 gr of fat,you will loose. Hard to do tho
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Weight Gain with Prescription Meds
Has anyone mentioned radio frequency ablation to you? I have friends with the same problem. They HAVE to do the exercises very day or else they need surgery You have to do core exercises to build up muscles to support the back. Bicycling and treadmill doesnt do that. I meet a lot of women with those problems in water aerobics class.
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Weight Gain with Prescription Meds
"A previous doctor of mine had me switch too, saying Gabapentin is old-school and Lyrica is much better. I tried it for 2 months and found Gabapentin went farther to control my nerve pain so I switched back to Gabapentin. As I understand it, increased appetite, weight gain and drowsiness are side effects of Lyrica, too so don't switch for those reasons. I'm a proponent of Gabapentin myself. It cost less and works as well or better than anything else I've tried." This is from a message board on lyrica. You have to do your own research and be your own advocate. Don't depend upon drs.
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Weight Gain with Prescription Meds
lyrica is known for weightgain. Maybe one of the others like gabepenton is better.Unfortunately drs just give you the meds they like and dont look in to side effects. YOU HAVE to do it.
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Weight Gain with Prescription Meds
certain exercises can build up muscles of back to take the pressure off nerves.They have to be done every day
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Weight Gain with Prescription Meds
do you people with back problems exercise every day for your back? It helps a lot.
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
lisinopril?
Lisinopril doesn't affect weight loss. Beta blockers do --anything that ends on ol.
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Weight Gain with Prescription Meds
If you are taking cortisone for your back that will cause you to gain weight.
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Weight Gain with Prescription Meds
low carbs is easy--salad-summer squash--apple, berries(no sugar) the recipe section of this website has low carb meals
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Weight Gain with Prescription Meds
I just looked at your diet calender. I think you eat too many carbs. Try and stay between 50 and 100 gr of carbs. Eat a high protein breakfast_30 gr of protein at least.
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Weight Gain with Prescription Meds
If you take certain meds they ruin your insulin sensitivity which means you gain weigh eating the same. Some of these meds are hormones,cortisone, Beta blockers. Drs never tell you these things. They just treat what you came in for
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Edy's Ice Cream
net carbs is a sale gimic. Add the regular carbs. It claims because it has fiber it can say net carbs--BS
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
HELP!!!! weightloss
eat at least 30 gr of protein for breakfast. And--don't go under 900-1300 cal per da especially if you are active and under 50.
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Losing weight
Your diet has way too many carbs. Eat 30 gr of protein for breakfast(keeps metabolism going) Limit your carbs to under 100 gr a day.
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Protein Sources
can of tuna fish--eggs-whey protein drink--I buy mine as powder and make my own(cheaper)
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
lisinopril?
For those of you who have difficulty with lisinopril ask your doctor to switch you to Avapro. Less side effects like cough
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
Staying full is my problem..
I have ust started taking Metamucil 2 hrs after breakfast and 1-2 hrs before lunch. I rounded teaspoon in raspberry tea. It fills me up.
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
diabetic meds
It is great if you can tolerate it. You still have to diet however. Do you take any blood pressure medication? Stay away from beta blockers
by fatdot (submitted a year ago)
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