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Can Seven Month Babies Have Salt And Sugar In Thier Foods
Avoid: 7 month old babies are basically on breast milk or formula and starting solids slowly. Keep in mind that you are giving them the building blocks of nutrition and they are learning about food, consistency and flavor. Natural home made veggies and fruit have plenty of flavor with out adding anything else. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What food should I start feeding my 6 monthes baby girl?? Can I add for her food some salt and sugar?
Solid food: You can start cereal, first. Rice, oat or barley. After this, fruits and vegetables. Some say veg before fruit, but it really doesn't matter. One new food every 3-5 days, to make sure baby doesn't have any reactions. Baby needs to be able to hold head up, and open her mouth when food is offered. No added sugar or salt, please. She will get it soon enough, without adding to food, now. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby's body is producing to much salt and sugar, is there a lot of difference between similac advance and total comfort ?
Metabolic disorders: Babies who have metabolic disorders and have imbalances of electrolytes and glucose require highly specialized formulas as prescribed by a pediatric specialist (genetics, gastroenterology, neonatology or endocrinology). It is dangerous to use formulas other than those recommended specifically for your babies medical problem. Similac Advance and Total Comfort are likely inappropriate. ...Read more
WE NEED TO REGULATE: Ourselves as individuals first. That's the problem! lack of personal responsibility and too much dependance in government! wow, was that too conservative ish? Sorry?! ...Read more
Here in malaysia, our foods are high in oil, salt, and sugar. Its tough to avoid cos theyre everywhere. Any other foods to minimize effects of those?
No: You can't really eat some other food to decrease the affect of another. If you eat a diet high in fat sodium and sugar and eat a lot of vegetables and fruit and whole grains on top of that you might be healthier because you are avoiding vitamin deficiencies but you don't neutralize the effects of the bad foods. ...Read more
My wife can't taste salt or sugar when she drinkd soda it just tasted like carbinated water she will keep putting salt on food she takes saphrise help?
If sugar and salt were introduced today as new foods, would global health authorities ban or limit them?
What are the ways that people convince a mobidly obese person to stop eating high sugar high fat high sodium foods?
Convincing or maybe: The person is convinced but just can't seem to do it. That's more likely. Why that is so is still not clear. Even in some folks who do stick to a low sugar, low fat and low sodium diet don't lose weight. That is in part because they don't reduce total calories to a point where they lose weight. Probably most important of all is getting enough exercise so metabolism can accelerate & so lose weight. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
17m baby,eating 3 meals only,3 cups yoghurt daily 100 gm each,no bread,1or2 tbs pasta or rice,1oz chicken/meat,3 tbs veg.,200 ml fruits.no sugar/salt?
I know all processed food is not great for you. But how can you tell by looking at label which is OK or natural, salt or good sugar or carbs?
Healthy Diet!: Google 'food pyramid' and 'DASH' to learn about healthy diets. Generally, try to eat more proteins and less carbohydrates & fats while maintaining portion control and remaining physically active. Salad dressings can convert a healthy food into an item loaded with fat & salt, so always ask for the dressing on the side and dip your fork in it, rather than drowning the salad with it. ...Read more
Does salt cause high blood pressure? I have a large appetite and eat lots of savoury foods which have salt but not much sugar and am in good shape.
Salt: a lot depend of if you have underlying hypertension and how much salt you ingest. Patients who are real salt hogs eating over 3-4 grams per day will have problems with bp control. ...Read more
Hi when I set up coffee machines i sometimes sip/taste 30 cups of coffee in a short time. Could this damage my kidneys? I eat as little as possible salt n sugar. Exercise regularly. Low processed foods so none to little sodium.
Taste and spit:
I trust that you do not drink 30 cups of coffee, just taste the coffee from 30 different cups. Taking up to 4 cups of coffee/day will not do harm and may be good for you.
It is good that you exercise.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
How does modern dental filling material interact with sugar, salt, pepper and food to inflame your mouth?
They Do Not: The bacteria do interact with foods to create acids that attack the teeth and cause decay and gum disease if you do not clean properly. Inflamed gums are the start of gum disease. If you are saying your entire mouth is inflamed then you need to see your md to check for allergies to food or materials. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is a safe, sugar-free potassium supplement (that does not include sodium!) i can buy to boost my electrolytes? Other than food.
I have a 8 month old daughter. I started solid food(homemade) 2 months back. Should i add salt to her food? People say I should not add salt to babies food as the amount of sodium babies need is already there in the formula. She is on similac and the sod
It's true!: No need to add additional salt to infant foods. She is getting her salt requirements through formula and baby food. Adding salt will only cause her to acquire a taste for it, which in the long run is unhealthy. Additionally, excess salt at this age could cause electrolyte imbalances in her small body, which can have serious consequences. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Short teenage girl 104 lbs, just told by director to lose as much weight as possible in next month. asian american, cravings salt+sugar. Please help. ?
104 lb sounds ok: We don't tell 104 lb teen girls to lose weight unless there is a very special reason. For an average-height girl, all the way down to a short girl of 4' 10" or 4' 11", 104 lb is a normal weight. For short girls just under 5 feet tall, 95-105 lb should be fine. Also, if a girl is still growing taller, she can keep her current weight steady and just grow into her weight (instead of losing weight). ...Read more
Was told by homapathic doc gallbladder in infected. All med tests neg. told no sugar, salt, starch for months. He said this will heal if you diet?
Can extremely high sugar level in a male lead to (down syndrome) in his offspring. We are so scared of making babies.
No: Males get a bit of a pass on the ds issue.You make millions of sperm that are constantly renewed and only the healthiest sperm swim well enough to conceive.Any weak ones wouldn't do the deed. Women present only one egg at a time and those show the accumulated effect of toxins an the like. You may benefit from talking with a genetic counselor to explore any risk issues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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