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KELLY_SP SparkPoints: (138,193)
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6/5/13 4:29 P

I would follow up with your doctor and discuss those things with him. You might even want a second opinion to make sure that you are making the healthiest choices for you and your needs.

Be well,

MELJONES3478 SparkPoints: (15,754)
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6/5/13 2:40 P

Wow, 900 calories is really low. I understand that you doctor wants you to watch your carb intake but you cant really get all the nutrition you need limiting yourself to 900 calories.

MEGAPEEJ Posts: 732
6/5/13 2:38 P

At 900 calories I wouldn't have any energy either, and that's even before I got to exercise. Did your doctor limit you to such a low calorie amount?

CUTEEPIE64 SparkPoints: (1,902)
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6/5/13 2:27 P

My doctor put me on a low carb diet. I've been keeping track on and I'm averaging 60 carbs a day and 60 protein and 900 calories and fat 40-50 I also take vitimin b-12 1000mg, I'm doing good lost 9 lbs in two weeks but I have no energy to exercise I walk on the treadmill but only can do 3 minutes at a time because I feel weak in the legs if I try for more. Do I need to eat more protein or carbs to be able to walk longer?

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