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    How can I lose 6 kg in the next 3 months?

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    I train 6 days a week. I run 6-8km 4 times a week, 10km once a week and spin on Mondays. I do full body weights twice a week. I used to be super lean but the last 2 years I keep getting heavier and have put on 6km. I try to diet but it is too hard as I feel too tired to train and I crave chocolate all the time. I'm turning 44, female, 150cm tall and weigh 53kg. Please help.
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  • Dr Yuan Cheng

    Bariatric (Obesity) Surgeon, General Surgeon, Laparoscopic Surgeon

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    Mr. Yuan Cheng is a qualified general surgeon with special interest in bariatric (obesity) surgery, for which he has undertaken extensive subspecialty training in both ... View Profile

    With your current weight and height, your Body Mass Inedx is 23.5, which is very healthy. Also your've put into a lot of effort in your exercise, which is really great! 

    Have you consiered discussing this with a dietician? It may be difficult to work out meal plans all by yourself; let alone that you have to make sure you're eating healthy and keep the calorie under control. In terms of preparing your meal, there are also a few options out there which you can also discuss with your dietician. 

    In terms of any surgical procedures, unfortunately you won't be able to consider them as they are more for people with BMI of at least 35 and above. Gastric balloon is for people with BMI 27 and above. 

    If you continue to put on weight without any obvious reasons, you should also consider visiting your GP and make sure there's no other medical reasons behind the changes. 

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