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What kind of burger?: There is a berger's disease, which is a kidney disease (glomerulonephritis) caused by a person's own IgA antibodies. His antibodies damage his kidneys, but the reason for the antibodies is not known. There is another, called buerger's disease, which is an inflammation of the blood vessels (thromboangiitis obliterans) caused by damage and clotting inside blood vessels, maybe due to tobacco toxins. ...Read more
This would not be: a good plan. Your idea to reduce calories is good but there are two problems: the number of calories in a burger would be between 350-450 calories, on average, not enough for an entire day. And the nutrients in a burger (fat, carbs, few vitamins and minerals) aren't optimal. You should target 1000-1200 calories a day emphasizing veggies, fruits, healthy carbs and protein. And bump up exercise! ...Read more
Gradually: Try taking a break from that stuff you are trying to avoid. Maybe start with one day per week. Then two days per week. Maybe then one week per month and so on. You can do it. Ask yourself: "does this cheeseburger taste better than being thin feels?". ...Read more
M south indian.Nowadays i quite started liking burgers.If i eat one burger per day am i going to be in trouble?
What kind of ...: ...Trouble concerns you: nutritional, social, religious, etc.?Please clarify your worry so we can assist you--. ...Read more
I recently ate a medium rare possibly more on the rare side burger at a high end resteraunt who locally sources meet, was this highly dangerous?
A bit risky: While it is safe to eat a rare steak, ground beef has a greater chance of being contaminated with bacteria such as E. coli or salmonella and should thus be heated to 160 degrees, which generally means cooked medium. You will probably be OK but doing this does put you at risk of problems. See http://www.eatright.org/resource/homefoodsafety/four-steps/cook/can-rare-meat-be-safe ...Read more
Limit these: Almost anything can be adjusted to fit within a balanced diet. The items you mention except the noodles are probably fatty and full of chemicals. In limited amounts they can be not exactly healthy but not dangerous either. Noodles can be a source of complex carbohydrates and they can be mixed in with many healthy menu choices. ...Read more
Burgers: In my opinion burgers in excessive quantity are bad for you as compared to noodles. ...Read more
Interesting.: Interesting , very possibly true.Get a more detailed answer ›
What makes mcdonalds food so unhealthy? What's the difference between their burgers, and the average burger you cook at home, or other restaurants?
Fat and salt: Fast foods, mcdonalds and others are often high in saturated fats and salt, both of which are not healthy. The same may be true of burgers cooked at home and in restaurants, depending on the quality of meat and cooking process. ...Read more
You CAN but..: you may experience an acid reflux flare. Most people with acid reflux have an idea of which foods/drinks trigger their symptoms and these items are to be avoided. If you have tolerated burgers before, you will probably remain comfortable, especially if you eat it without condiments, onions and tomatoes. ...Read more
E. coli...: Many types of infections can be cause from eating undercooked meats. One type that is sometimes mentioned by the media is escherichia coli. E. Coli bacteria normally live in the intestines of healthy people and animals. Most varieties of e. Coli are harmless or cause relatively brief diarrhea, ut a few particularly nasty strains, such as e. Coli o157:h7, can cause bloody diarrhea. ...Read more
See below: Yes but don't get the mayonnaise or extra meat or cheese. Choose a turkey sandwich with lots of veggies or better yet, a veggie delite. Still, I don't recommend eating at Subway often because of the excess salt and preservatives but it's definitely better than McDonalds, Carls Jr, Burger King, Wendy's, Taco Bell, or Jack in the Box. ...Read more
I tried looking up: 'choco coffee' & it does not appear to be a proprietary blend. With that said- I am not aware of any contraindication to this plan. ...Read more
Salad : Salad and stay away from the fries. ...Read more
You can: Can take it now.....Get a more detailed answer ›