Case study: silent killer

A 45 year old black woman had felt well and worked full time in school until she noticed she had dull headaches, dizzy spells and a few nosebleeds. For the last two years she had loss of energy. She did not exercise, nothing that despite her desire to lose some weight, she felt tired all the time. Her vital signs: height 5'4'', weight 158 pounds, blood pressure 135/80 mmHg, pulse 64 b/min. Our dietitian provided her top quality meal plan for one month. During the first month she were on a diet, her blood pressure improved to 125/80 mmHg, her weight 153 pounds. She decided to enjoy a healthy lifestyle, exercise regularly, follow a well balanced diet.

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  1. Anonymous2/19/2013

    Are 2000 calories enough for a 170 pound man with type II diabetes? Boomerang effect is killing me...

    1. In order to lose weight, you need your calorie intake to be less than your total daily calories burned. Using our weight loss calculator (http://www.mylovelydiet.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6&Itemid=7), you'll arrive at the calories you need to eat to reach your goal weight. Remember, there's a healthy range in which to achieve this loss. Restricting too much can be harmful to your health. The goal is to reach a weight loss of about 0.5-2 pounds per week so that your body has time to adjust and you're more likely to keep the weight off in the long term.