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Carica Papaya Medication
Hi Dr. I just started Keto diet this week. I was wondering if I can eat papaya. I have a very bad metabolism and that's the only thing that helps me?
Probably not: My understanding is this is a soap used for skin whitening. I would wonder why you would need or want to lighten your babies skin. In general, any herbal treatments are not safe in children as we do not know the effects it may have, good or bad. If you are concerned about your child's skin, please call your child's doctor. ...Read more
PAPAYA SOAP: It cannot!Get a more detailed answer ›
Probably not: Net gram loads of crabs in excess of 180 grams per day or less will begin to accumulate triglycerides (excess sugars) in the liver and eventually over many years can cause fatty deposits in the liver and ultimately damage. That would be a lot of papaya! ...Read more
NO: You will not gain weight just by eating this but why would you limit yourself to just a specific group on the food chain? If you overeat without exercising, you will gain weight. Whatever it is you are trying to accomplish,eat a balanced diet. Incorporate exercise for a beneficial lifestyle change. Good luck ...Read more
What are the disadvantage and advantage of eating papaya for type 2 diabetic patient ? Thank you .
How many calories is in one cup of cubed papaya? I see 90 calories 62 calories and 55? Which one is the truth ?
Maybe they all are: One must ask, "How much cubed papaya is in one cup?" If she assumes one cup is always an 8-ounce cup, there still remains a variable or two. So, what are the variables? One is the size of the cubes... the smaller the cubes, the more papaya and the less air space will be in the cup (thus more calories). Another variable may be the type of papaya such as the variety, ripeness, water content, etc... ...Read more
Papaya benefits skin: NONE, AS FAR AS I KNOW.Get a more detailed answer ›
Avoid: The british journal of nutrition had an article that showed unripe or semi-ripe papaya could be unsafe in pregnancy b/c it causes uterine contractions.... In rats. So, there have been no human studies, but since papaya isn't essential to a healthy diet, we just tell women to avoid. Have an apple instead! ...Read more