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Chicken Good Or Bad For Piles
Neither: Have you heatd the expression: "everything in moderation?" rice has alot of starch, which is not good especially if you don't try to eat it in moderation. That means a little is okay but alot is not. They say to avoid eating too much of the white foods, like: bread, pasta, potatos and rice. Less is more and better when it concerns starchy foods. Finally, brown rice is better for you than white is. ...Read more
Pesco-vegetarian: A recent, large study showed that fish eaters who are otherwise vegan have the lowest mortality. Lots of eggs and chicken is not considered healthy. Yogurt depends on the type and if it is greek and without additives. For the best fish, see http://mdprevent.Blogspot.Com/2013/06/are-all-fish-equally-healthy.Html. ...Read more
Depends on you: It can help with a sore throat maybe, and some people believe honey has many benefits and it might! however, for overall general, bad health, its not the whole answer. If youre diabetic, definitely not the answer. Otherwise, if you use it to supplement other health modalities, and not diabetic, couldn't hurt! best of luck. ...Read more
Diabetes And Coffee: Coffee is good for prevention of diabetes.In a study it was found if you drink more than6/7cups regular or decaf coffee daily you have 35% less chance of developig diabetes as compared to those who drink less than2cups a day. Those who drink4to6cups of coffee a day reduce their risk by28%.It may be due to antioxidant effect and mineral like magnesium&chromium, which helps body use insulin. Not caff. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Likely healthy: I believe that the medicinal element in tandoori rotis is the fenugreek. Claims about fenugreek are extensive - apparently curing everything from stomach ailments to cholesterol to eczema. There is not enough scientific evidence for any of the claims to be able to confidently recommend this herbal supplement. That being said, it is safe, tastes good and if any of that's true, then even better! ...Read more
No: Commercial mushrooms added to food makes them more palatable and interesting. Mushrooms from this source have few nutrients however. Be careful about harvesting your own as there are some seriously poisonous varieties growing wild. In general, however, mushrooms are neither bad nor good in the usual sense of these words. ...Read more
Is ginger good for a diabetic or good for anything? I use it with tea and coffee. They taste good with it.
YES- many benefits: Yes, ginger improves Insulin sensitivity ; lowers cholesterol ; inflammation so it is very good for diabetics- see http://bit.Ly/15zcnkz. In fact ginger is very good for everyone- it has a wide range of health benefits. See http://www.Whfoods.Com/genpage.Php?Tname=foodspice;dbid=72 for details. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Too many eggs: It will raise your cholesterol. That's too many eggs. ...Read more
Fact of life: This is an important part of life for all male and most female teens. It lets you learn about your body and mind in preparation for adult life. Vary your technique; it will prepare you for different kinds of partners. It won't expand your circle of friends, but will keep the pressure off and let you focus on what you need to do. Few folks develop obsession with erotica; we can rx this if needed. ...Read more
Is eating multivitamin for allergic and sneezing good idea or earing probiotics for allergic and sneezing ?? Please suggest thx..
Neutral: Multivitamins are not usually needed for people in the developed countries except in cases of severe dietary restrictions. There is little proof that they would do much for allergies. If you were to take anything, vitamin D3 may be the one. There is also no proof that probiotics do anything for hay fever or asthma although they may be helpful in some cases of eczema. Try nasal steroid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How bad is cream cheese for health. Are cheeses in general bad too for people with high cholesterol?
Fats solid @ rm temp: as a general rule are bad for you as they are saturated (with hydrogen bonds) and so solid, not liquid at room temp. Saturated fats raise LDL (the "bad cholesterol"), which when oxidized causes plaque accumulation. Cream cheese, butter, and cheeses in general are solids at room temp, high in saturated fat and hence atherosclerotic. ...Read more
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