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Basal Metabolic Rate

Basal metabolic rate refers to the number of calories required by the body to perform the basic life-sustaining functions such as breathing, circulation of the blood, processing of nutrients, and cell production and repair. Basal metabolic rate is calculated by taking into account the person's age, height, weight, and gender.

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What are the dangerous effects of restrictive dieting?

Query: Hello doctor,1. What are the dangerous effects of restrictive dieting?2. What vitamins help the people in losing weight?3. How the basal metabolism rate (BMR) connects with weight gain or loss?Kindly help.  Read Full »

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Answer: Hello, Welcome to Side effects of restrictive dieting may include more cravings for food and overeating, lower metabolism rate, bone density can also decrease, intestinal health may also get affected adversely. Vitamin B complex helps in reducing the weight because it maintains our no...  Read Full »

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