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Dr Younan Nowzaradan Workout Routine And Diet Plan

Younan Nowzaradan was born on  11th Oct 1944. He is also known as Dr. He is an Iranian-born American actor, TV personality, and author. He is a specialist in vascular surgery and bariatric surgery. He is known for helping morbidly obese people lose weight on My 600-lb Life (2012–present).

Nowzaradan was born in Tehran, Iran. He is an Assyrian.  He graduated from the University of Tehran in 1970, with a Doctor of Medicine degree. After that, he moved to the United States. In the year 1971, he participated in the Medical Orientation Program at Saint Louis University and completed a Rotating Surgical Internship at St. John Hospital which was operated by St. John Providence Health System of Detroit, Michigan. Nowzaradan is a student of the American College of Surgeons.

Body stats

Height1.75 m
Weight82 kg
hair colorBrown
eye colorBrown
bodybuildslim

Dr.Younan’s workout routine

Move It Or Lose It

Many of Now’s patients are eating more so that they are compelling themselves to death and cannot even stand. Now would definitely recommend everyone get moving so that they never wind up.

Easy Does It

Nowadays, his patients are of a lazy type and they, even feel hard to do a simple walk or stroll. It is often a challenge, but he still expects them to try.

Psych Yourself In

The psychological factors that are related to weight and obesity are significant, and by addressing those, he says it will be nearly impossible to make the necessary changes to the workout routine that will result in lasting changes to your life.

Dr. Nowzaradan’s Exercise Routine

The thing he wants his patients and everyone to do is to move their bodies every day. Do whatever you can. your household activities can help you to stay fit. Many of his patients cannot even stand straight, but he wants them to move their arms and legs, and most importantly, keep trying to stand and walk.

He goes to the gym.

Diet plan

Dr. Nowzaradan’s Pre-Surgery Diet is custom-tailored to each of his patients based on factors such as current weight, goal weight, age, gender, and other medical conditions. His general plan includes eating 800-1,200 calories per day that come from natural foods which are high in protein and low in fat and carbs. The basic diet includes about 6-7 oz.  men will have 6-8 oz. of protein,  and women 4-6 oz. Healthy people should eat 20-35 grams of fiber, and the fats should come from healthy sources, for instance, fish and flaxseed.  He avoids Trans fats and sodium should be kept under 2300 mg.

Dr. Nowzaradan does not approve of snacks. He also eats so few calories that also involves practicing eating smaller meals, something bariatric surgery patients will have to do post-operation anyway.

No Junk

His diet is based on eating whole foods found in nature, not pre-packaged. foods that are chemical-laden junk that comes out of a colorful bag are allowed but junks foods are not allowed. He suggests a 3-oz. serving of meat and a healthy helping of vegetables. The protein and fiber help you feel fuller for longer so it is important.

Breakfast

  • not fried 1 egg plus 1 egg white  (105 calories)
  • 2 oz turkey sausage cooked in water or microwaved( 130 calories)
  • 1 slice of whole-wheat toast (80 calories)
  • 0.5 low-fat cottage cheese ( 90 calories)
  • black coffee, water, or unsweetened tea(unlimited)

Lunch

  • 1 can of tuna in water (200 calories)
  • 1 Tbsp light mayo (50 calories)
  • 2 cups spinach( 40 calories)
  • 2 carrots (60 calories)
  • Unlimited: water, unsweetened tea

Dinner

  • 3 oz grilled chicken (130 calories)
  • 2 cups steamed broccoli (100 calories)
  • 1 oz low-fat cheddar cheese (50 calorie
  •   water, unsweetened tea Unlimited

What to avoid

  • Sugar
  • Candy, or any other dessert-type treat such as pie, cake, brownies, cookies, frozen yogurt, ice cream, donuts, etc.
  • Chocolate
  • Fruit with high sugar content  such as watermelon, cantaloupe, mangoes, grapes, cherries, pears, figs, bananas
  • Jellies and Jams
  • Dried or candied fruit
  • Crackers
  • Chips (even the baked kind)
  • Potatoes (any baked, mashed, fried, tots, chips, etc)
  • Starchy vegetables like beans, peas, etc.
  • Popcorn
  • Nuts
  •  white and Brown Rice
  • White and Brown Pasta
  • Cereal
  • Bread should be restricted to whole grain
  • Juice
  • Soda
  • Honey
  • Syrup
  • Molasses
  • Meal supplements and shakes
  • Sports beverages
  • Energy beverages
  • Alcohol

Dr Younan Nowzaradan is an Iranian-born American actor, TV personality, and author. He is a specialist in vascular surgery and bariatric surgery. He is a very well-known Dr about weight and health. he suggests people to maintain their diet and workouts by taking care of their illness. His patients are very challenging but he makes them try.

Last Updated on July 28, 2023 by john liam