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    Old 04-01-2011, 06:52 PM   #1
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    how to prevent weight gain while sick/inactive

    Hi everyone, i have to exercise alot to keep from gaining weight and i've been ill for going on 4 months trying to find out whats wrong and unable to exercise. Any tips on how to avoid putting on weight at this time? Thanks
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    Re: how to prevent weight gain while sick/inactive

    Decrease your daily caloric intake until you are able to excercise again.

     
    Old 04-01-2011, 11:26 PM   #3
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    wayy easier said than done. :/
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    Re: how to prevent weight gain while sick/inactive

    Yes, its possible, ponylover375. In fact, it's easy. In any condition, you can drink plenty of water that's always a good thing for you. Hydrating the body is a great thing. If you are not having serious diseases where you are not allowed to have physical strains, then walking is a good habit.

    Though drinking water and walking regularly may seem to be a quite common and silly thing to do, they together contributes to the overall fitness and thus prevent weight gain.

     
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