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5 Foods You Should Never Eat Banana
They are many: There is a long list of foods that cross-react with latex. This means that because of your latex allergy, you may also have reactions to other fruits an d vegetables. Banana is the most common. Also kiwi, pineapple usually it involves itchy tongue, mouth or throat when eating these this is called oral allergy syndrome. See more: http://allergies. About. Com/od/medicationallergies/a/latexfood. Htm. ...Read more
I am allergic to bananas, my favorite food is oatmeal. Can I eat banana puree without a reaction? The ingredient listed banana puree towards the end.
No: You should avoid anything with banana, including puree, if you have a known allergy to banana. ...Read more
I eat peanut butter 3-4 times a day. I usually eat it with apples, bananas, oatmeal. As a vegan, this is one of the food that fills me up. Unhealthy?
Peanut butter safety: Peanut butter in moderation is not harmful unless you are allergic/sensitive to it, although there has been concern over the presence of aflatoxin. Interesting alternatives to peanut are almond and hazelnut butters (would provide more of a variety of tastes and textures, and decrease the total amount of peanut in your system). "Natural' varieties have less sugar. These butters are high calorie ...Read more
Are small black flecks in toddler stool usually just food, or something to worry about. Doesn't eat bananas.
4 wks post cholesystectomy. Lots of Nausea, can barely eat bananas only a little bit 1x day. Hurts when my food digests, white tongue. What is it?
Antibiotics given?: Where you given antibiotics during your time in the hospital? That might explain the white tongue - thrush (a type of yeast that overgrows once bacteria are wiped out). Or the white tongue could be dehydration because postoperative nausea & vomiting has kept down fluid intake. You should see the surgeon / doctor or use HealthTap Prime to discuss & get treatment. If you need IV hydration, go 2 hosp ...Read more
Been eating mainly meat potatoes soy and bananas and bread everyday because of ulcerative colitis. What other healthy foods can I eat?
My mother has a high potassium level and was told to not eat bananas, yams. What foods are low in potassium?
Female 76 since having stroke 1 yr ago I take clopidogrel and Ramipril 5mg I eat 3 bananas a day As Ramipril is Ace inhibiter for treatment of Blood Pressure should I avoid foods high in pottasium including bananas or eat these types in moderation?
Keep it simple: If your BP is well controlled with an ACE inhibitor, you do not need to worry about your Potassium (K)level. It is only diuretics that lower the Potassium. Even under that circumstance, you do not need to eat 3 bananas a day. One per day is more than enough. If you have concerns about your K level, get a blood test to measure your K level once yearly. ...Read more
I'm try to eat healthy and when eating bananas, spinach, pineapple anything healthy Raw food I get extreme unbearable abdominal pain! Help?
For the past week I’ve had a stomach virus. No nausea or vomiting but stomach/abdominal pain, a lot of gas, frequent peeing and it hasn’t gone away even when I tried to drink a lot of fluids, eat a lot of bananas and eat only bland foods. What is it?
Gas: These are not classic symptoms of a viral gastrointestinal tract infection, but could be an aftermath of one with predominant gaseous discomfort caused by either forming of excessive gas or sluggish passing of normal amounts of gas. Bananas are roughage and contribute to gas formation. Drinking hot (not boiling) water breaks down gas. Taking simethicone after meals prevents gas buildup.? See doc ...Read more
What could cause potassium deficiency. I eat healthy food but level is 3.0. I have to eat 6 bananas a day to get it to 3.6. Any kidney/health problems?
Potassium: Potassium deficiency is caused by HCTZ (hydrochlorothiazide) diuretic, which you take. If you have aldosterone excess, you will be potassium deficient also. Ask your doctor to check serum aldosterone level. HCT is promoting potassium loss. Low potassium causes muscle weakness and cramps and cardiac rhythm disturbances. ...Read more
Good but everyday?:
Bananas can benefit our health in many ways- they are a good source of potassium, help reduce risk of heart disease ; kidney cancer, improve calcium absorption, soothe our stomachs, treat constipation etc.- see http://www. Whfoods. Com/genpage. Php? Tname=foodspice;dbid=7
but they're relatively starchy ; high in sugars. They may be ok every day but I think it's be healthier to have other fruits too. ...Read more
See Dr., then eat...: If one is truly underweight (based on height, family background, and body type) a Dr. Can check for a hormonal, digestive, or other problem. If no medical cause is found, then one can add weight by eating more calories of nutritious foods, while doing weight-training to increase muscle. Proteins: egg white, chicken breast, salmon... Better fats: olive oil, peanuts, almonds, tofu... (only 1 banana) ...Read more
Doesn't matter: Both is good, either is good.Get a more detailed answer ›
No such thing: There is no minimum or maximum number but overdoing anything including eating too many bananas can be harmful. ...Read more
Not more than 2: Everything in moderation. Too many bananas can lead to headaches (from dilated vessels), sleepiness (from tryptophan), hyperkalemia (from potassium) and even nerve damage (from too much b6 if you ate 100 bananas). Also can get tooth decay from overripe bananas and they are low in protein, so you need to eat a balanced diet along with the bananas. ...Read more
I love eating banana everyday. I almost eat three bananas or more a day. I heard it's bad for my health. Is it right?
Doubtful... but...: It depends on what your mean by how many. 3 or 4. ..Probabbly no effect but 15 or 20... I don't know....Check with a gastroenterologist. ...Read more
My Pd said to start giving food to my 5 month old baby like a banana...but she is refusing to take, is it because its something new?
Yes: I would question why so soon. In previous years when homemade formula from cow milk was routine, early feeding was necessary to improve nutrition. Now we understand breast or formula alone is fine & allows baby to develop motor skills that improve their transition to solids. I like to start @ 6m & making your own is a great way to avoid some of the additives & preservatives in commercial products. ...Read more