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what is a healthy way to include tinospora into my daily diet?

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Dr. Paul Cohen
Family Medicine 28 years experience
What a pill!: Tinospora cordifolia(i think i spelled it correctly) is a plant from indian/eastern culture that has a myriad of uses; though care should be exercised when using it...Always check with your doctor before adding this to your regimen; and a tablet/capsule is the easiest dosage form for it.

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Is my baby allergic to my diet?

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Dr. Roy Benaroch
Pediatrics 27 years experience
No: Probably not. There are a lot of myths about diet, but it is truly unusual for babies to have an allergic reaction to anything in mom's diet. With the possible, single exception of cow's milk, no other item in mom's diet has been conclusively shown to trigger a reaction in babies (and even cow's milk would be rare.).
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How does my diet affect my baby?

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Dr. Lawrence Rosen
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It depends: Some babies are very sensitive to what moms eat while breastfeeding, others are not. Some foods (dairy, soy, certain cruciferous vegetables) may cause gas or intestinal distress in some babies. Caffeine may overstimulate certain babies, as well. A healthy diet full of fresh fruits and vegetables, water, lean proteins and whole grains, can promote health in your baby.
A 46-year-old member asked:

What are some effective diet pills?

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Dr. Samuel Sadow
Bariatrics 48 years experience
Yes: Fda approved diet pills are only prescribed under your doctor's care and for short times only. Tenuate and Phentermine are the safest, but have certain contraindications. If you think you need a diet pill you likely need a good weight loss physician to prescribe a program for you. Most people fail in dieting because they're not being well supervised and get discouraged.
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Why do people go on starvation diets?

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Dr. Seema Patel
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Too lose weight: Starvation diets are used by many patients to rapidly lose weight. They do not cause any sustainable weight loss and are very unhealthy.
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What 's the definition of a low-carbohydrate diet?

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Dr. Bennett Werner
Cardiology 44 years experience
<20%: All foods are made up of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Current recommendations for adults are diets composed of 45-65% carb, 10-35% protein, and 20-35% fat. Low carb is usually understood to mean <20% carb but can just mean a restriction in carb content. For the skinny on good nutrition, surf over to: http://www.Cnpp.Usda.Gov/publications/dietaryguidelines/2010/policydoc/policydoc.Pdf.

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