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3 Ballerina Tea Diet
Refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
Is it safe to drink ballerina tea at 34 weeks preg? Contains senna and can cause extra bowel movements. Will it harm baby or cause labor?
Can I drink ballerina detox tea while breastfeeding? I'm breastfeeding 3 times a day only. The rest of the day my baby is formula feed.
Ballerina Tea: I looked up ballerina tea and it contains two ingredients: malva verticillata and cassia angustifolia which are known as Chinese mallow and senna. They are both powerful laxitives and diuretics. So I would have to say NO! It is not safe to drink for you. Any weight you lose will come right back and you will probably lose your milk. ...Read more
Can I take 3 ballerina tea (contains senna) while breastfeeding 4 days after childbirth? To ease constipation.
Constipation: Constipation is a common problem after childbirth. The american academy of pediatrics states that senna is one of the GI agents compatible with breastfeeding, along with cimetidine, atropine, cascara, cisapride, loperamide, and Magnesium Sulfate http://tinyurl. Com/kqodhtr some sources show that maternal use of senna can result in loose stools in babies; some don't. http://tinyurl. Com/llvbgss. ...Read more
I am not an expert: On the military diet. I looked over several sites and one indicated that black coffee was acceptable. If that was the case - would anticipate that tea would be too. But why go on a short diet like this? The military diet (AKA 3 day diet) is a short term diet plan. A specific low calorie diet menu is spelled out & is to be used 3 days per week. Food choices are provided for four “days off” ...Read more
Overhyped: Green tea is the latest in a long line of overhyped nutritional products. Claims include weight loss, better health, longer life, better endurance. Do not believe the hype. Yes green tea contains some anti-oxidants and phytonutrients, but it still contains caffiene which is a stimulant and has diuretic properties. Too much green tea is not good for you. ...Read more
Sure: Get plenty to eat. A much better choice than the greasy / sugary / salty fare most of us overeat. While you're lifting, a vitamin-and-mineral supplement might be a good idea. ...Read more
Is it ok for me to drink the herbalife concentrate tea for diet? Meanwhile I am still breatfeed my 8 month baby.
Safe Y, Effective No:
Lots of publicity on green tea, starting with dr oz. There is no evidence that it will help your weight loss or cure any medical problem.
On the other hand its safe. Personally, I can see no reason to waste money on these products. You energy and money is best spent avoiding bad foods and finding healthy one. ...Read more
Not too bad: Tea also contains caffeine. Diet tea contains an artificial edulcorant like splenda or nutrasweet or alike which is suspicious but not proven to cause many things. 1 gallon a week for someone with congestive heart failure or for pts with difficulty to urinate may be problematic. But in general I do not see anything wrong. ...Read more
Detox tea: The short answer is that there is no medical literature supporting this as beneficial, and no guarantee that it may not be harmful. ...Read more
Is regular green tea better for you than diet green tea if so why do diet green tea have something in it that regular green tea don't?
Yes and No:
It sounds like you are discussing sweetened beverages. So "diet" green tea would be sweetened with an artificial sweetener with no calories and "regular" green tea with a sugary sweetener with calories.
Which is better? Why not drink unsweetened green tea which would be the best choice. Green tea is rich in antioxidants which many believe is good for us. ...Read more
Green tea has many proven health benefits. It is not a magic pill for weight loss but combined with healthy diet & exercise appears to increase weight loss. See http://www. Webmd. Com/diet/news/20050126/green-tea-fights-fat & http://altmedicine. About. Com/od/greentea/a/green_tea_weight_loss. Htm &
http://www. Umm. Edu/altmed/articles/green-tea-000255.Htm. ...Read more
Green Tea OD: Overdose of green tea (usually extract) may lead to irritability, insomnia, irregular or rapid heart rate, muscle twitching, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, liver damage, trouble breathing, dizziness, fever, confusion, hallucinations, diuresis, seizures, loss of consciousness ; even death. ...Read more
Nobody knows: It is not a good idea to take anything with "health claims" or "medical claims" that is not an fda approved drug, because non-approved drugs and treatments may or may not have correct ingredients, and may or may not have pure ingredients. Also, the advertised effects may or may not occur in humans, plus the side effects are usually uncertain and unadvertised. It's safest to avoid marketing hype. ...Read more
Water / green tea.: Water is uber healthy. Studies suggest green tea can assist with glycemic control as well as reduced heart disease death rate. Although it has not been clearly establish, research is promising. ...Read more
Probably not: Once the tea is mixed with water, the antioxidants start to break down. By the time the product gets from where it was first mixed to when you drink it could be weeks or months. The antioxidants are not likely going to be viable for that length of time. Raw fruits and vegetables are probably your best bet. Some supplements like astaxanthin and curcumin may help. ...Read more
Many: You are probably better off sticking with water and plain tea that has no sweetening agents in at at all sugar or artificial. I would suggest a variety of different herbal or flavored teas sweetened with a bit of honey. It is important to stay hydrated while nursing, really water is the best. ...Read more
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