Frage von rose_death_by_stereo_shadow_vbbc: How can I diet and exercise with illnesses that prevent me from doing so?
I am a fifteen almost sixteen year old girl, and I want to start loosing weight. I am 5’4″ and weigh almost 190 pounds (though people think I am lying because they say I look about 150). I am determined to lose this extra flab and I have even started a nice, healthy diet, but it is difficult for me.
First off, I have a bad combination of acid reflux disease and developing Crohn’s Disease, and lactose intolerance that prevents me from eating some food that would be good for me, but gives me nausea and “stomach problems” to put it lightly.
Also, I have anemia and a very bad case of asthma (I cant walk from one end of out tiny school to the other without taking my inhaler) these prevent me from getting enough excercise because I quickly become weak and my chest tightens and I double over coughing.
I am not blaming my illnesses for being overweight, but they get in the way of me getting healthy. Please help! What should I do?
Answer by Brittany
See a nutritionist. They would help you better than we can
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