Mumbai: A professional doctor has come up with an at-home, self-improvement guide on how to get thinner, look younger, sleep better and more. Dr. Andrew Ordon's 'Better in 7' details a guideline that people can follow in just a week, which outlines everything from an easy-to-follow diet and clever do-it-yourself remedies.

"The diet part, it's easy to do," Fox News quoted Ordon as saying."You don't feel like you're starving you feel full. It does energize you and has all to do with natural diuretics, adding fibre to the diet, energy foods - foods that aren't going to bloat," he said.

Ordon also revealed some simple solutions to a common gripe that many women have during pregnancy - stretch marks.

Although first he promoted prevention for pregnant women like, such as engaging in healthy choices like a good diet and exercise, he also had an interesting trick for when the pregnancy is over."Believe it or not ,I'm telling these women to put peanut butter on their stretch marks," Ordon said.

"If you've got peanut butter on your hands when you're making that PBJ, you know how it sticks. You can since that oiliness in it...It's loaded with fat soluble vitamins A, D, E and K," he said.When it comes to getting a flat stomach, Ordon promised that people wouldn't go hungry on his diet, since they're adding fibre to their diet. He also gave a few exercise tips that give quick results.

"I'm not saying you have to go to the gym," Ordon said."What I'm saying is emphasizing some yoga moves, pilates moves, something as simple as doing planks," he said.

Ordon maintained that these techniques will deliver effective results, while bypassing the harmful hormones and chemicals found in store products. "It's not rocket science. We talk about it all the time: What you do to your body in general is going to show on your face," Ordon said. "It's taking care of your skin from the inside-out," he added.


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