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Are There Foods To Avoid With A Tortours Esouphgus
It depends: You might be surprised to learn that there's no evidence that certain foods cause crohn's disease. But once you've been diagnosed, paying special attention to what you eat can go a long way toward managing flare-ups, promoting healing, and reducing annoying digestive symptoms. ...Read more
Need to know whether: You have an ileostomy or a J pouch or ileo-anal anastamosis. Need more information ...Read more
Generally: For acute diverticulitis, I recommend low to no fiber for 4-6 weeks following diagnosis and treatment with antibiotics. Then if surgery not indicated, you may slowly add fiber back into your diet. If you buy the right groceries and order the right food in restaurants i generally do not find fiber supplements necessary. ...Read more
Mostly no: If you are hyperthyroid, you will need more calories to maintain your weight. Eat a balanced diet. You should avoid foods with very high iodine content, such as seaweed and kelp. Iodine at this point could stimulate the thyroid, and it is possible your doctor will want to give you radioactive iodine at some point, and the high iodine load from food will dilute the treatment. ...Read more
Greens and such!: If you are on coumadin/warfarin, you should avoid foods high in vitamin k. If you eat set amounts of these foods on a daily basis, you shold inform the person managing your coumadin. Adjustments in your dosing will be made. You should either avoid them or maintain a steady state of the foods you eat. This is a very serious drug with complications and you must compy with care very closely. ...Read more
What is the best way to get rid of a headache? Is there something other than medicine that could help? Are there foods to avoid?
Dehydration: Is a common cuase of headaches. Try drinking a couple glasses of water. If you regularly drink caffiene, it may be a caffine withdrawl head ache. Foods that contian high levels of alkaloids (chocolate, coffee, red wine) can sometimes trigger migraines. You should keep a food and headache diary to help determine any triggers you may have. ...Read more
Red meats and: Avoid redmeats, processed and smoked foods and consume a diet with 2-25 grams of fiber per day and plenty of non caffeinated, non-alcoholic fluids. If you have risk factors such as over 50 years of age aor family history or personal history get regularly scheduled colonoscopies. ...Read more
Are there natural ways to lower a woman's high testosterone level? Any types of foods to avoid with pcos? Any types to consume more of?
Probably not...: PCOS has been known highly related with genetic factors. There has been no known natural ways to suppress testosterone, but a gyn-doc can help you with meidcations such as metformin and Clomiphene + low-risk healthy lifestyle without overindulgence and obsession, which is foundation of healthcare and key to live a long, controlled, realistic, happy life. So, go to see a Gyn-Doc timely. Best wish. ...Read more
Avoid inflammation: It is somewhat controversial, but there are some (including myself) that believe some foods contain quite a few inflammatory mediators and that there are others that have anti inflammatory properties. Tom Brady, the aging quarterback for the New England Patriots, is among the better known advocates. If you google Tom Brady's diet there is quite a bit of info if you are interested, long topic. ...Read more
Most are okay: Unless you are thiking aout some very unusual dietary chcoices, few foods are not okay in moderation. Limiting total amount of mercury-containing fishes consumed, and avoiding uncooked meats are two. ...Read more
Gallbladder: Avoid fatty foods.Get a more detailed answer ›
G6pd deficiency requires care. Eating certain foods with this condition causes red cell rupture and serious illness with potential crisis. Avoid:
1) legumes fava beans, lima beans, kidney beans, soybeans, alfalfa sprouts, peanuts, licorice or carob.
2) high vitamin c additives.
3) soy, tofu, bean curds, etc 4) menthol, mints 5) sulphites/sulfites
6) vitamin k.
7) tonic water. ...Read more
None : This is an intersting question. Althoug the official answer is none, there are studies where people are given capsules of certain foods which they said made their arthritis worse. This was blinded study which means the people did not know what was in the various capsules they were tested for. The only substance that did flare the arthritis was in some who claimed they were allergic to milk. ...Read more
Dehydration: More so than foods, it is allowing yourself to become dehydrated that can prompt problems with kidney stones, if predisposed. With high uric acid, you might have uric acid stones, in which case, should avoid (excess proteins / fats / hfcs), see: http://www.Mayoclinic. Com/health/gout-diet/my01137. ...Read more
Here's a list:
This website provides an extensive list of foods to avoid if you have G6PD deficiency. It's important to note that not all G6PD deficiency is the same; some individuals have problems with some drugs but not with foods.
http://g6pddeficiency.org/wp/living-with-g6pd-deficiency/g6pd-deficiency-foods-to-avoid-list/ ...Read more
Fatty food: Avoid fatty food initially and then slowly add as tolerated. ...Read more
Diet & Exercise: Sugars, candy, and lots of bread are areas that I may minimize if I were on a diet but I believe everything in moderation is okay. To control your appetite for moderation is hard so it's hard for many but if you can have self-control, it's good. See a dietitian is a great person to see and do not minimize importance of exercise as it's a very important part of losing weight. ...Read more
Just kidding. It is probably better to ask "what foods are good to eat". According to the website botanicals... They suggest adding fish oil, fresh produce, limiting milk and dairy, and evaluating for allergenic foods.
Check out their specific recommendations:
http://www.Botanical-online. Com/seborrheicdermatitisdiet. Htm. ...Read more
Low purines: Google low purine or gout diet to see the foods low in purines to eat and those high in purines to avoid. Purines are important in making uric acid, the cause for gout. If you do not secrete enough uric acid or over porduce uric acid, you may come down with an acute gout attack. Force fluids, always. Stay well hydrated and follw this diet as best you can. Follow with pcp/ with rheumatologist. ...Read more