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Does Allopurinol React With Chicken And Fish
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No and No: Fish oil capsules per se have no proven health benefits (Some think they provide healthy fats (Omega) and help raise HDL (good cholesterol) HOWEVER in order to have any actual effect it would take HUNDREDS of these capsules!!!! Don't believe everything you hear/read Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
Can a gout patient with uric acid level 5.8 eat tomato??And what all food items do you suggest??And what about chicken and fish,tea and coffee,etc..
Gout and diet: No particular food is prohibited with gout. Quantity and frequency matter. Be modest with all meat sources. Keep portions small. Minimize red meats and organ meats. Maximize fruit, veggies, and whole grains. Drink plenty of fluid daily. Avoid alcohol. Tomato is fine. Uric acid comes principally from meat sources. ...Read more
How much inflammation does aspirin and fish oil really reduce in high risk patients with cad? Does it reduce plaque buildup?
Depends: Nothing much can make up for the typical horrible American diet and lack of exercise, and smoking. Pills without lifestyle changes can help some but there is clinical evidence that a 10% fat diet does REDUCE plaque over time. See the Dean Ornish, M.D. diet plan. And do what your doc recommends medicine-wise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How is it that I am allergic to soy milk but can consume soy beans as well as other foods with soy in them and not get the itchy swelling throat .?
I've heard its best to take Accutane with a food with fat. What kind of fat does that mean? Avocado? Peanut butter? French fries? Fried chicken?
Any will do: Anything that leaves a grease spot. This is good advice. It makes it easier to absorb the stuff. ...Read more
I'm allergic to crabs, shrimp etc but not to fish (salmon, tuna etc). Is it okay to take kelp supplements for my thyroid?
Can someone with essential thrombocytosis and high cholesterol. Take omega 3 fish oil and baby aspirin together?
Why is it ok to take omega 3's derived from fish but not to eat fish with hive breakout? Other ways to get omegas?
Allergy to proteins: When someone is allergic to a food they react to specific proteins.Omega 3 oils are highly purified ; thus don't contain any proteins.Omega 3 fatty acids are also found in nuts ; seeds- esp. Good sources are flax, chia, hemp seeds ; walnuts;but veg. Sources have ala which our bodies convert to epa/dha but some have trouble converting. See http://www.Whfoods.Com/genpage.Php?Tname=nutrient;dbid=84. ...Read more
Ways to reduce sebum production, can milk along with 10 walnuts&almonds 2xfish oil and a handful of cashews increase it should I cut down on these?
As a lupus patient I have avoided foods like garlic and mushrooms (foods that improve immune system). Is it advisable? On 1g mmf bd, 400mg plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine)
Does eatings proteins such as red meat and chicken is related to presence of proteins in the urine known as proteinurea?should i avoid eating them??
I tested positive for chicken and peanut allergy but I've been eating lots of chicken and peanut butter my whole life with no reactions. How so?
False positives: If you tolerate these, keep eating them. I think most competent allergists will tell you the same thing. The world's got too many people restricting their diets both from "pop" advice and from taking allergy test results too seriously -- this phenomenon is being written up because it's making people sick. ...Read more
Should one follow blood group type diet and can the b positive blood type eat chicken and wheat bcoz i have heard that they can eat mutton & not chick?
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