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390 cal/ 8 ounces: According to http://calorielab. Com, panda express vegetable chow mein has about about 390 calories per 8 ounce serving. ...Read more
If I use farmers market food most of the time and for dinner have stir fry or like a medium bowl of chow mein. Would that cause any weight gain?
Every time I have chicken chow mein (noodles) I always have thin, brown, noodle looking strings in the toilet, is it something else? I.e. worms?
Not worms: You are not chewing them properly and they are going down undigested ...Read more
Why am I constantly hungry? I'm not a diabetic and it doesn't matter what I eat I can chow down to something else within an hour. Its packing on the weight. Its getting most annoying. Any ideas?
Many possibilities: Sudden onset of hyperphagia requires evaluation by physician. ...Read more
Yes: Any food is healthy in moderation. Rather than looking for a "label"; eat fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains; low in saturated fats; no tobacco and no more than one drink a day. It would help to exercise regularly to maintain good health. ...Read more
Fresh Food: The best diet includes these 3 ingredients. 1) 1/3 lean protein, 2) 1/3 dark green leafy vegetables and 3) 1/3 power carbs......Tomatoes, carrots, squash, eggplant, etc. These should be as fresh as possible and organic is even better. Food is the "gasoline" for your body. You only want to put the best in it! ...Read more
Controlled exposure: To a food which the practitioner suspects the person had outgrown. For the sake of brevity it is usually performed as an open challenge (as opposed to a single or double blind manner). The food is incrementally increased in dose at a frequency of every 15-30 minutes until a target dose is reached. ...Read more
Marketing tool: There are no "super foods". Some are good in providing essential nutrients (vitamins, minerals), other stuff like antioxidants, gut friendly bacteria (probiotics), fiber fuel for the probiotics (prebiotics). No food will prevent or cure a disease. Yogurt is a very good food-esp if unsweetened, low-fat or no fat. Provides good quality protein, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, b6, b12, probiotics. ...Read more
Veges: Any food stuffs that contain large amounts of fiber. Fiber is plant sourced undigestable cellulosic solids, that adsorb water from the gut, thereby giving more "bulk" to stool. And function as a natural stool softener. We should all have an optimum number of grams everyday, but folks who already have large bulky stools might consider an alternative. ...Read more
Yes: If your baby seems to be asking for more food they probably do need more. Babies know when they are hungry and unlike adults do not tend to overeat. If your baby is on solids make sure they are healthy foods and they do not fill up on processed crackers and snacks. If breastmilk is the sole nutrition don't worry about overfeeding, breastfed babies will not become overweight on breastmilk! ...Read more
Food makes you sick: Food borne illness are diseases caused by viruses, bacteria or parasites transmitted in the food. E.Coli, norvirus and salmonella are well-known examples. Prevention involves using hygiene in the growing, harvesting and preparation of food as well as safe cooking temperatures and storage after cooking. ...Read more
Many different ways: It's temporarily stored in the intestinal tract during the digestive process. Otherwise once it's absorbed in smaller building blocks into the blood stream it is stored at various time in the blood stream and various body tissues from fat, liver, muscle and other organs! ...Read more
Crave better foods:
A few suggestions
find healthier foods to crave. Eat more of those.
Find an activity you can do to replace that time you would spend eating
stop buying foods your crave. If it's not in the house, then you can't have it.
Start looking at bad foods like its poison.
Good luck! ...Read more
Balanced Combination: Rather than going on a diet, make a lifestyle change! This will help you manage your weight in the long run & will be less likely to gain it back like most on diets do. Eat 3-6 small meals/snacks--balanced combo of fruits, colorful veggies, lean protein (fish/chicken), grains (wheat, rice). Try to avoid processed/boxed/sugary foods. You don't have to cut them out completely, save them for a treat. ...Read more
Champagne: Although alcohol is generally not advised to stimulate sexual activity, champagne according to study results reported by the aarp, is an aphrodisiac. Some minerals, like zinc and magnesium, particularly if there is a deficiency, have been associated with raising testosterone but there is no definitive facts to support those conclusions. ...Read more
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