Our expert says:
I think this is a question for the dietician more than it is for me, and so if you can, look at submitting it there. I will say that one thing you need to be mindful of is that you're probably not eating frequently enough during the course of the day, and that may explain why you lose energy at the end of the day.
In terms of exercise, I'd say that if you're walking 30 minutes a day, you're doing the right amount as recommended by most organizations for health. For weight loss, you might need to look at a little more than this though, and so perhaps a detour on the way home will help you achieve some weight loss. The key is the balance between energy in (diet) and energy out (exercise) and if you're struggling to lose weight, then it means you have to alter either energy in (reduce intake, which you would speak with a dietician about), or energy out (hopefully, increase exercise)
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