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Fad diets dangerous:
This fad diet is not safe or effective and I would advise you to stop the insanity. This is one more fad diets that looks 'clinical'
but is designed to make some people rich and to keep it's clients obese.
That much caffeine is well known to cause diarrhea and other GI upset.
You will return to normal when you stop this product.
Now weight loss principles are well known and work! ...Read more
Can you tell me if I could take green tea or green coffee bean extract while taking epilepsy medication?
Green tea: Green tea should be ok. Honestly I do not know about green coffee bean. It would be best to ask your neurologist. ...Read more
I would like to take green coffee bean. ..Am on 2 medications one for blood thinner which is co-clopidogrel 75 mg and the other is novo-hydrazide 25 m?
It's your money: Evidence-based medicine works out of a dysfunctional system but is based on real science and tells you accurately what is going on. Green coffee was promoted for weight loss by a naturopath on dr. Oz based on a tiny unreplicated study by the pill-maker itself in a junk journal. Go ahead if you want, and think also about what you owe yourself -- find a fitness activity that you really enjoy. ...Read more
Can I use coffee bean extract for weight loss with kidney malfunctioning and liver transplant medication?
Diet Frauds: Nope. This fraudulent product will not in any way lead you to real or lasting weight loss. Do not use this product or waste your money on it. ...Read more
Can taking green coffee bean or raspberry ketones affect diabetic medications (victoza, metformin, lisinopril, simvastatin or levothyroxine?
Some research shows that taking green coffee extract (svetol, naturex) 80-200 mg daily might cause modest weight loss over a period of 12 weeks. However, the research so far is preliminary and poor quality. But hey, dr. Oz likes it and advertises for it.
Seriously, not enough evidence to form a real medical opinion. ...Read more
Depends on complianc: White bean extract is supposed to boost metabolism and block carbohydrate absorption. However few good studies have been done and those studies show inconsistent results. Appears safe only diarrhea and other mild GI symptoms and reduction of blood sugars have been described. One study showing subjects who were very compliant with the study did show good results. ...Read more
Depends on goal: Lentils have high protein content. Cannellini beans have higher protein content, but also more carbohydrate and so for losing weight, may not be a better choice. Edamame has high protein, lower carbohydrate content, but soy beans have enzyme inhibitors which may block the action of enzymes for protein digestion. So, may be best to try 1/2 cup of lentils two meals daily, if trying to lose weight. ...Read more
No: Beans are not grains.Get a more detailed answer ›
No--carbohydrates: Contribute to elevated lipid levels, as do many genetic factors. Many people think cholesterol and triglycerides are related to the fat they eat. In truth, you make many parts of your lipid panel worse by eating carbs and sugars. I would also recommend flaxseed oil or fish oil-up to 4 grams daily to help the triglycerides. Have doc check apo e, and advanced lipid profile, easier to pinpoint problems. ...Read more
Cannes Beans: I would suggest that you eat fresh vegetables from your farmer's market if possible. In order to can food products, salt has to be added. Also the aluminum from the cans can get into the food products. ...Read more
Check with your doc: Not familiar with herbal med.Get a more detailed answer ›
It is bean about a year that I can't control my self to stop thinking. Pleas can you tell me how to stop thinking?
Which is the raw product of fava beans. Is it derived from regular green beans. How can we distinguish between green beans and fava beans?
Favs beans: They are part of the pea family. They are shelled and cooked that way. The pods look like pea pods. Delicious! All the best. ...Read more
Maybe: Some beans and nuts have high levels of purines, the precursors of the uric acid that causes gout. However, the effect of vegetable purines on gout seems to be less than those that come from meat. The best strategy in the long run is to eat a healthy, balanced diet and to take any prescribed medications for gout on a regular basis. ...Read more
Sure, they're great!: Beans (legumes) are considered both a vegetable & a protein, & appear twice on the USDA Food Guide Pyramid. Beans have a low calorie count but pack a high fiber content. They help lower cholesterol, & are high in antioxidants, protein, B vitamins, iron, magnesium, potassium, copper, zinc. When eaten regularly they can promote a healthy heart & the phytochemicals in beans may reduce some cancers. ...Read more
Do not eat castor beans.
http://www. Library. Illinois. Edu/vex/toxic/castor/castor. Htm ...Read more
Most kinds: The safest thing is to try one type at a time and see the result, there is no problem with any bean except that you may have excessive gas, in that case try beeno, gasex, etc if it is considered a problem. ...Read more
Better after age one: While beans, corn, and tomatoes are fine, better wait until after age one, they contain complex plant proteins/fibers which would be hard to digest, enjoy your baby ...Read more
No evidence for this: Fava beans do have levodopa, but the amount in any individual bean is very variable and small. It likely won't hurt, but medications should be much more helpful and more reliable. ...Read more
No, but...: ...beans and lentils are an important part of a healthy, gluten-free diet. They provide fiber, protein, antioxidants, and B Vitamins. Plus they are low in fat and calories. However, be aware of commercial preparation or cross contamination if processed on the same machines as wheat. ALWAYS read labels! ...Read more
Feeding Schedule: Most babies start with table foods at 6 months old. We caution parents against giving anything with honey in it as it has been associated with botulism. Refried beans are ok. Give a small amount the first time to make sure he doesn't have a reaction to it but you want your baby to learn to eat what you eat. So as long as it is soft, go for it! ...Read more
Not known how safe: Green coffee bean extracts have caffeine, which is a stimulant, depending on how much caffeine one takes, and on how sensitive his body is to caffeine. There are other plant chemicals as well. Most likely, green coffee is not well regulated nor well studied, so it may contain uncertain amounts of listed ingredients, plus various amounts of unlisted ingredients. One cannot be sure of its effects. ...Read more
White Beans and Diet:
Nope. If there was a product that really led to sustained weight loss and better health it would be talked about on every media and websites in the world. Every physician would be recommending it. It would not be a 'trick' or secret.
Please stop looking for the 'easy' way to lose weight. ...Read more
Green Beans are high in Vitamin C, fiber, and carotenoids. In one cup of green beans, you get about 27% of your daily requirement of Vitamin C, 13% of your daily requirement of fiber, and they also contain iron,
B-6, Vitamin A, Magnesium, and Potassium. I recommend steaming vegetables when possible to avoid losing nutrients in the water. Frozen green beans are still healthy and retain nutrition. ...Read more
No.: Only a small number of people experience GI distress or damage when they consume foods with lectins, and the amount you have to eat must be quite large OR the foods you eat not be cooked (or, in the case of dried beans, also rinsed) thoroughly. Green beans (string beans or haricots) have some lectins, but you'd have to eat an awful lot on a daily basis, raw or undercooked, to develop a problem. ...Read more