Doctor insights on: Catholic apologetics
Romano-catholic rules:. We have Lent (18 feb-5apr 2015). We cant eat meat every Wed and Fri during it. Would a big Easter meal make me sick?
No sickness: You will be fine to take big Easter meal enjoy Easter meal. Your digestive system remains normal even when you eat lentils and meat on different days. ...Read more
I read an anti-catholic response on here about masturbation. So is it wrong if a man chooses not to masturbate? Is he gonna get sick and die?
Odd statement: Sex, whether practiced with a partner or not is part of normal human sexuality. You, or anyone else, who acts on free will to engage or not engage in any form of sexual expression is free to do so. You are also free to decide that you consider answers on this site to be "anti-catholic". This would not be the 1st time religious sanctions are at odds with scientific study. ...Read more
Vatican guidelines: There is a specific policy of the catholic church - eggs from the wife and sperm from the husband should be fertilized within the body. Ivf, donor eggs and donor sperm use is not sanctioned. Iui is generally accepted as well as the gift procedure where fert occurs in the body. Not many centers still perform gift. Interpretations and adherence to this policy vary. Seek advice from your priest. ...Read more
Probably: I'm certainly not the religious expert, but, as long as one doesn't discard any embryos, I don't a conflict. ...Read more
Depends: The answer depends on the particular hospital's policy. I have seen policies in catholic hospitals go either way. Check with your doctor and if there are restrictions on sterilization, ask about alternative hospitals for delivery. ...Read more
No will not weaken u: Clindamycin is a lincomycin antibiotic, & it binds to a part of the bacterial cell, inhibiting bacterial protein synthesis. This should not have any noticeable effect on human cells. I checked the package insert from the drug maker (Pfizer) and found no evidence of an effect. Some acne medicines mixed with clinda have steroids in them -and those can be catabolic. I'm not sure where you got ur info ...Read more
Kidney transplant in 07. Been diagnosed with catabolic issues. No appetite. What can I do to fix this? Steady loosing weight.
Anabolics: Only if your nephrologist approves, a short course of anabolic steroids may very well stimulate your appetite and build some muscle. A physician specializing in nutritional medicine and a pharmacist could also be consulted. Discuss this with your nephrologist and your attending physician as your current medications have to be taken into consideration and they have much more experience in these cas ...Read more
When doing cardio can supplementing with protein before or after, prevent the muscle loss caused by the release of cortisol since it's catabolic?
I want to know which foods (black tea?) can help lower cortisol. I want to gain muscle mass and I read that cortisol has catabolic effects.
Would it be safe for women to take a c9 T11 2.0 anti-catabolic muscle growth complex if we wanted to burn fat and gain muscle? Or is it just for men
I have been training in the gym for 2 years, I have been taking supplement like whey protein 20g twice a day, carbolic 50g, multivitamin, zinc, fishoil. Do any of these have side effect? I'm taking 150g of protein daily and my weight is90kg height181
There is no way: That we can provide you the info you are seeking in 400 characters or less. Consider breaking this down into one supplement per submission. If you want to handle all in one swoop - consider Health Tap Concierge. ...Read more