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Does Your Body Digest Peanuts
High salt intake: It will make you very thirsty. If you drink adequate amount of water, it will make you pee more than usual. If you have high blood pressure, please check it as it may go up transiently.
Can I expose myself little by little to peanuts everyday to get rid of an allergy? With each exposure body becomes used to it
Allergy: Hi, It funny with allergies it works the other way around. With every exposure your body reacts stronger against it, so your initial allergy might be rash or hives but with recurrent exposure you can get severe reactions, like trouble with breathing and anaphylaxis. Please see an immunologist for assistanceSee 1 more doctor answer
Small intestine: Lipids are digested in the small intestine and absorbed with the assistance of bile which acts as an emulsifier, pancreas secretes lipase to breakdown some lipids and the small intestinal lining have enzymes at the "brush border" and certain shorter length fats can be absorbed directly in the intestines. Fats are then repackaged in the liver after digestion.
Stomach: That is where the majority of protein is broken down.
No but mix it up: Here are some additional ideas: small sized greek yogurt, trail mix (you can make your own), air popped popcorn, cheese & crackers, veggies or fruit dipped in yogurt.
Could to help my body digest properly, but I still need more. Is senna safe for every other day usage?
Is it hard for the body to digest raw food such as salads in comparison to steamed or boiled veggies? What you suggest?
Both are fine: Our bodies were designed to be able to get nutrition from food even before we learned to cook. Life's already difficult enough without people making problems for folks who've discovered how much fun it is to eat their vegetables raw. Truth be told, I'm glad you're neither living entirely on vegetables, or ignoring their goodness like so many folks do today.See 1 more doctor answer
How many grams of protein can my body digest at once before it starts to turn to fat? I am a very active teen that works out a lot.
It depends: If you are active and work out a lot, you will need more calories, protein and fat than a teen who is not active. A balanced diet with variety is key to keeping your body well fueled. Do not forget to drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated during exercise. Avoid supplements and vitamins unless you first check with your doctor.
Two days ago, I swallowed a small piece of plastic which was broken from a fork I was using. Would it be harmful to my body? Would it get digested?
It could be: Harmful, as if it was sharp, it could have damaged your intestinal tract ranging from your esophagus all the way to your colon. But if it was a very small piece, more than likely it became encapsulated by your stool and at this point, you've likely already pooped it out. You can't digest plastic. At this point, you need to monitor for abdominal pain. If you develop pain reach out to your doc.
Just another protein: Stomach acid starts molecular bond breakdown, pancreatic enzymes in small intestine continue process until component parts can be absorbed by the gut for transmission via blood stream to "construction sites" where needed to synthesize proteins for the body.
It sure can: Recurrently binging and vomiting food can result in esophageal and stomach inflammation or injury -- which definitely harms your digestion. Also bloating, constipation, diarrhea, and intestinal cramping can result. Please get help with this condition -- you can start with your family physician and build a treatment team with others. Http://tinyurl. Com/34sc4p.
Is cooked spinich hard to digest? My body doesn't seem to digest it well, and is there anything I can take to help it digest? Along with other veggies
It may be: Everyone is different, and certain foods may be harder for people to digest, spinach being one of them. Spinach may at times be visible in your stool and it can cause greenish color in your stool etc, all signs it is not being 100% digested. If you can not digest it well, move on to other foods that do not cause you any issues. Best wishes.
Digestion: It takes 48-72 hours for solid food to passthrough the intestinal tract.
Not exactly: Glucose is stored as glycogen in the liver (mostly) and some other places. Fasting promotes release of glucose from storage. In prolonged fasts, muscle is broken down to provide Amino Acids which get converted to glucose. However, fatty acids are converted into ketones which also provide energy, primarily for brain and heart, during prolonged fasts.See 1 more doctor answer
Does vitamin tablets make u have any side effect? Or it just digests it if our body doesn't needed?
Can have side effect: Vitamin a, d, e, and k are fat-soluble vitamins so they can build up in your fat. Too much of these vitamins can lead to dangerous, toxic levels. Skip the pills and get the vitamins you need from food and sun.
Up to how long can a body reactic to a food allergy? Immediately upon contact or can there be a reaction as the food contiues to digest?
Varies: Type-i, ige-mediate, food-induced reactions can occur within seconds of an exposure. Type-iv or cell-mediated food reactions, although usually less clinically severe, can persist for over 24 hours.See 1 more doctor answer
Biochemistry: Acid in the stomach and enzymes in the small intestine break down food into small molecules that can be absorbed through the intestinal lining. This takes the combined work of the GI tract, the liver and the pancreas.
Normal?: If what you are seeing is the outer skin of the corn kernels, you should be aware that no human can to my knowledge digest cellulose, the chemical ingredient in corn kernels' outer shell. Everyone who eats corn will see these in their stool
My digest system is very bad. Most of time I fill heavy in my body. And I take very big time for toilet. Plz. Help me. ..
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