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A Healthy Daily Diet Menu
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. ...Read more
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
Anyone know what is a healthy amount of iodine a 48 year old woman suppose to have in her daily diet?
What is the healthiest daily diet in regards to portions? (in other words, should I eat big breakfasts and small dinners or vice versa?)
Big breakfasts: The latest research out of israel shows that when total calories are kept the same, it is better to shift more of the calories consumed to breakfast, which can include both proteins and carbohydrates. Another recent study showed it is better to eat more earlier than later so breakfast would seem to win. ...Read more
Same as everywhere: Eliminate juices, sodas, or other sweet drinks. Drink water. Don't eat fried foods (chicken nuggets, french fries etc). Watch the sugar content in cereals and snacks. Serve few starches, including breads, pastas, and (white) grains. Add more vegetables and fruits, but not too many fruits because of all the sugar they contain. In short, eat an organic, whole grain, no added sugar diet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recommendations...: ...are different if your goal is to: 1) repair a diseased liver; 2) reverse fatty liver; 3) aid eradication of viral hepatitis; 4) keep a cirrhotic liver compensated; 5) optimally maintain a healthy liver as healthy. How can we best help you here? By the way, you can't go wrong by minimizing alcohol intake regardless of which of the above conditions exist. ...Read more
Hi, my HB was 5.1 a month back, now it is 8.9, is that possible?. I was on Livogen Z twice and Renerve plus once daily and had a fairly healthy diet
Was a daily drinker15-20 drinks per week. Since I have stopped last october I have lost 20 pounds. I have also incorporated a healthier diet and some exercise. Does this sound right? How to maintain?
Eat, Drink, Exercise: The recommendations from niaaa (national institute of alcohol abuse and alcoholism) under the national institute of health is for no more than two standard drinks per day (14 drinks per week) for men. Various standards exist for what a healthy weight would be in men based on age and frame size. Please look for the metropolitan life insurance co and the us army recommendations for guidance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What foods should you eat to maintain a healthy diet, and what is the exact amount of food should you eat daily?
Balance, Variety: 1/4 of your plate as protein- lean meats, chicken, fish, eggs, dairy, 1/4 of your plate as complex carbohydrates, whole grains, beans and legumes, 1/4 of your plate as fresh fruit and 1/4 of your plate as fresh vegetables. You need variety, balance and moderation in portion control. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How to pick a healthy diet and loose weight? A daily food chart would great. I am male 34 yrs old 5'5" 168 lbs .
Create a specific: plan if action, i.e.,a food plan and an exercise plan, with the help and permission of your doctor. Low carbs and high protein is one way to go. Peace and good health. Please write it all down. Bread, pizza, pasta, gone or to a bare minimum can help, along w/power waling 20-30 minutes daily, brisk walk rather than slow stroll. Headphones or meditation can keep boredom at bay. You can do it! ...Read more
Trying to lose weight I am 130lbs over healthy. I diet and excercise daily and want to know if too much exercise can bring back my migraines?
It should not: It depends on what you mean by too much exercise. Regular exercise, either cardio or weight training, if you breath properly and do not hold your breath and strain (valsalva) should not cause a recurrence of migraines. If, however, you exercise to the point of chronic fatigue or overuse, you could develop headaches. ...Read more
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