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Does Mango Fruit Contain Cholesterol
Plenty: Eating fruits and plenty of them is beneficial for the health. Diet rich in fruits and vegetables lower the risk of heart disease, stroke, obesity, diabetes, and certain cancers. Mango has plenty of good nutrients for the body, and you can enjoy as many as you like in a given day. ...Read more
Diet in teens: My opinion is that any fad diet is not safe for anyone but certainly not for growing chiidren/teens. A slow but steady weight reduction program combined with excercise is much safer and much more likely to result in behavior changes that allows the teen to sustain the weightloss. ...Read more
I am 95kg and in the process of loosing weight, my question is fruit that have high amount of fractose increase body weight? Like mango,grapes,lychees
Not necessarily: The fruits that you mention are higher in sugar than others, but eaten in moderation will not increase weight. As you know, you can eat more of,other fruits and vegetables than those high in sugar or starch. What is really important to losing weight is eating a balanced diet and watching that your caloric intake is not greater than the energy that you expend. Exercise helps in that area. ...Read more
Maybe.: Try it and see. In general it is sound advice to avoid whatever worsens your gerd and many patients report that fruit juice or fresh fruit make it worse. See your family physician for further evaluation and management. ...Read more
What kind of fruits and vegetable help in weightloss? If a person want to add hight fractose fruits, how much portion a day? Eg mango,cherry ect
If a person wants to loose weight and she likes to have fruits high in fractose, is that bad for weightloss? Any advice? Eg mango, lychee,grapes.
If you have heartburn sometimes, or just milder aches sometimes, is there any bad effect from eating papaya and mango (the fresh fruits) every day?
After i eat fruits like avocado, bananas, watermelon and mango it feels like my throat swells and some difficulty with breath. Is it an allergy?
Yes: It is unusual since those are not all related kinds of fruits, depending how you group them (pit/stone vs not, tree vs ground, etc.). Consult an allergist for formal testing as there are likely others and your reactions will likely worsen with subsequent exposures, so you may need an epi-pen. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How much mango/day?: I thought of mango as a fruit with a lot of sugar in it, not salt. For most humans the kidneys are fully mature in terms of there filtering capacity by age 2 years. So you do not want to stress an infant's kidneys when they are younger than 2 yrs. You can check google for the average composition of a mango fruit, Make sure that the child is getting protein and fats in his diet. ...Read more
Mango SEEDS, ginger: There is evidence that an extract of the seeds of the african mango may help a bit with weight loss but this is totally different from eating mangoes, which are high in sugars- see http://www.Shape.Com/weight-loss/food-weight-loss/african-mango-miracle-weight-loss-supplement.Ginger may help a bit by boosting metabolism & reducing inflammation.But there is no substitute diet & exercise.See comment:. ...Read more
Its ok: Eating an unripe mango is of no consequence to a pregnant woman, just wash it well before eating! ...Read more
My bf suffering testiscular cyst, its like a big mango size.Is there any cure or somehow reduce the size?
Is there a diagnosis: Has he been formally tested and diagnosed with a cyst or is this what you and he feel that it is? He may need an ultrasound to know for sure what is causing the swelling but it could be a few things, such as fluid collections between the different tissues of the testicle and scrotum. Many of these things go away on their own, but if big enough may need medical attention. See a doctor for testing. ...Read more
I went into anaphylactic shock from kiwi and mango at age 18. What are the chances i will outgrow them? Other related foods should I be cautious with
See an allergist: This is not something to take a chance on since no one can predict when or if you may lose the allergy. See an allergist to get yourself tested if you must consume these fruits. A blood test call immunocap ige may also be helpful. In the meanwhile, be sure to get an Epinephrine kit in case of accidental exposure. ...Read more
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