A nutritionist from India dropped 40 kilograms without exercising and giving up sugar and revealed a way to successfully lose weight. This is reported by India News.

38-year-old Khyati Rupani said that she faced overweight as a child. When the Indian woman grew up, she decided to study to be a nutritionist, and at the age of 21 she got the position of chief nutritionist at a hospital in Mumbai. Soon after the girl got married, she noticed that her monthly periods became irregular, and the weight began to grow rapidly — in a year she gained 14 kilograms and began to weigh 70 kilograms.

Then Rupani went to a doctor who diagnosed her with polycystic ovary syndrome. The Indian woman wanted to get pregnant, but at the same time she was against hormone therapy, and therefore decided to try to help herself with a diet. In three months, she lost 12 kilograms. As a result, the woman gave birth to a child, began to weigh 96 kilograms and wanted to radically change her lifestyle and diet, while not exhausting herself with training and not giving up her favorite food.

For breakfast, she drank ginger tea with a little sugar and ate a cracker with hummus, a flatbread with lemon curd or toast with low-fat cheese and tomato. Rupani dined on a vegetable salad without salt and a vegetable spicy soup-puree, and then drank a glass of milk. During the snack, she drank black coffee and sometimes ate an Indian dish of chickpeas and tomatoes. An hour before dinner, the woman ate a fruit salad. The menu for dinner was a multi-grain flatbread or rice with vegetables. Before going to bed, Rupani snacked on Greek yogurt or nuts.

The Indian woman admitted that she does not like sports, so her physical activity during weight loss was limited to walking in the fresh air.

For those who want to lose weight, Rupani recommended drinking more water, eating more vegetables and not removing their favorite foods from the diet completely. She also advised to make healthy eating simple – choose easy recipes that can be quickly prepared from familiar foods.

Earlier it was reported that nutritionist Simrun Chopra from the Indian city of Bangalore, Karnataka, lost 25 kilograms in five months. The Indian woman continued to eat burgers and noodles.