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I Heard That Drinking Tea Helps You Have Better Skin Is This True
I have GERD and the medicine they have me helps but does not control it. I eat/drink peppermint tea candies which really helps is that bad?? (:
Refractory GERD can present as incomplete or lack of response to PPI therapy,may affect 40% on PPI. Poor compliance and improper timing of PPi should always be excluded.Ideally the Pill should be taken Ac breakfast and daily.
Other Poss. are-- Bile reflux,, visceral hypersensitivity, delayed gastric emptying, psychological comorbidities etc Avoid Spicy,fatty,
acidic foods. Loose wt, No choc.mint ...Read more
Lemon tea/ Throat: Lemon tea, warm water, cool water or any other tea helps with throat clearing, presuming that it it the result of thickened mucus in that location. The point is to stay hydrated, which helps thin mucus and keep it moving smoothly and discretely down the throat. This limits the reflex to clear your throat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, but a caveat...: Green teas can contain polyphenols, which although serve as antioxidants, can also interfere with fe absorption. The caveat is that the two things (polyphenols and fe) need to be present together for this to really be a problem. If you are eating a balanced diet with adequate fe, and drinking green tea on occasion, i doubt you will have a significant effect from the latter on the former. ...Read more
I have heard someone else say that apples are good for you, but apple cider is bad for you. Is this true?
No: Whoever this "someone" is saying such things is probably not a good source of health information. Disregard! ...Read more
I've heard that you shouldn't drink milk when you have a cold because it increases phlegm. Is this true?
Phlegm is the thick, sticky mucus that drips down the back of your throat when you have a cold: Although drinking milk may make phlegm thicker and more irritating to your throat than it would normally be, milk doesn't cause your body to make more phlegm. In fact, frozen dairy products can soothe a sore throat and provide calories when you otherwise may not eat. ...Read more
I have heard that drinking warm water with honey early in the morning is very good for your health. It also reduces ypur weight. Is this really true ?
Is it bad for health to drink sparkling water? I like it a lot, but i recently heard it can cause stones in the kidney. Is this statement true?
Hi, I heard that it isn't good to have cold food or drinks during periods. is that true or is it a myth?
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Caffeine: Caffeine is a mild bronchodilator and can stimulate improved breathing. This is not a good long term solution for treating asthma and not the best short-term approach, but in a pinch and you are without your albuterol, drinking caffeinated coffee may help a little. Iced coffee (with caffeine) will work but the cold if inhaled may aggravate twitchy inflammed airways. ...Read more
So today tried eating and felt like vomiting but noticed that this drink helps me it contains zinc i have gallstones is that why??
Is aspartame really bad for you? Just wanna have a basic understanding. Should i stop drinking things that have it?
This : This additive, a non-nutritive sweetener is one of the most extensively and rigorously studied additive of all times. It is not bad for you. It is two Amino Acids stuck together. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. Aspartame is also judged safe by the american diabetes association and other expert groups. Splenda (sucralose) stands up to heat better and is preferred by some. Splenda is not even absorbed into your bloodstream. These are much better to use than lots of sugar! ...Read more
I know eating yougurt is good to prevent yeast infections but I have herd that actually applying it works. True?
Yeast: Some people place yogurt in the vagina to tx yeast infections (but there is no clear research to back claims of its benefits). The average yogurt you buy in the grocery store has dead cultures. Consider eating yogurt with live cultures or kefir. There is a prebiotic product called luvena (vaginal wipes). The wipes are not a treatment for candidiasis but do help vaginitis. ...Read more
No: There is no medical evidence to support the statement that drinking red wine will help get you pregnant. ...Read more
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