Our expert says:
Your diet sounds reasonable despite the fact that you are on what could be classed as a 'practically zero-carb diet' which I am personally not in favour of. However, you do intend eating a lot of calcium-rich foods (like the yoghurt to prevent osteoporosis), vegetables which are very healthy and lean meat, fish, etc. Please check that the Oros is not sweetened with sugar as liquid sugar is more obesogenic than solid sugar. Do not start starving yourself as this can prove counterproductive and may worsen your anaemia. Give this diet a try and as you start losing weight try to do some physical activity such as water aerobics or going for walks when it is cooler (early morning or evening). Please read my reply to Tracy about considering having bariatric surgery to lose the 57 kg you would need to lose to achieve a normal BMI of 25 (weighing 78 kg).
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