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Drinking Excessive Amounts Of Milk
Excessive water: No drinking excessive water is not the answer to excessive eating. Excessive water consumption can lead to its own metabaolic problems. The answer to excessive eating is to get into a good eating disorder program, with a counselor, dietician, medical doctor, and a psychiatrist. You may need inpatient or outpatient treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Regularly drinking soda has been linked to Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, Diabetes, heart disease & metabolic syndrome. Other possible risks include: increased weight, decreased bone mineral density (BMD) obesity, erosion of tooth enamel, mineral depletion & dehydration. If it contains artificial sweeteners & is used daily, this is linked to a 3 fold ^ in dementia & stroke. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Familiar: You'll get fat and it is rough on the teeth. Everybody knows this so don't criticize people who do it. As for yourself, reach for a nice apple or orange instead. ...Read more
There have been: reports of alcohol triggering asthma attacks. The major offenders were wines, especially red wines...it is theorized that the sulfite preservatives in wine or histamines from bacteria/yeast produced when alcohol ferments may be the culprits. So it seems to be the type of alcohol drunk more than the amount. However, perhaps only 1/3 of asthmatics reports any adverse effects from drinking alcohol. ...Read more
Unlikely: While the caffeine in the coke will make you pee more, it will not necessarily dehydrate you.People consume water value in a number of items other than straight water.Apple sauce, peaches,pears, etc are about 90% water,while most fresh vegetables are 60%.You could go all your life and never drink straight water & still keep up with your hydration status. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have digestion disorders & chronic constipation despite drinking about 3 liters of water &eating high amount of fibers (raw&cooked vegetables) , why?
GetThJunkOutaYrTrunk: Quote: “Scientific evidence suggests but does not prove that eating 1.5 ounces per day of most nuts, such as peanuts, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease. 1.5 ounces of peanuts also offers a good and excellent source of fiber and protein(10% and 20% RDA)" Plus, they taste good and satisfy appetite for a long time, so less likely to eat junk ...Read more
Somewhere between: not much and not a bit. First, in fluid accumulation, taking both water and salt makes it much worse. High salt diets do NOT generally get people's sodium level abnormal simply because it triggers thirst and people drink and it triggers water retnetion and people swell. ...Read more
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Marketing - Sales: If slender, our body is ~62% water. We constantly intake ; output (multiple routes). If temp ; humidity comfortable, young reasonably healthy people can survive indefinitely on as little as 0.5 liter/day up to as much as ~25 liters/day, 50 fold range. Different people choose different setpoints/habits. Like most of medicine, lots of things marketed as healthy, without evidence, to promote sales. ...Read more
Can drinking milk and consuming a lot of dairy products plus grains such as wheat and rice worsen gynecomastia?
Possibly but...: Although there may be many “causes” of gynecomastia, most cases are idiopathic (no specific cause). The use of certain medications, drugs, organ dysfunction (kidney or liver), hormonal imbalances etc. May also be causative. An increase in weight may cause the appearance of the breasts to seem larger. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are health benefits of drinking regular tea with a spoonful of sugar and non fat milk during pregnancy?
None. : This really isn't benefitting you.Get a more detailed answer ›
Soy and T: There are a number of medical articles discussing this issue but none are really confident that soy will lower testosterone. With that in mind please go online and look for "soy and testosterone" . The data is not strong (in my opinion) but just in case stop taking soy until you have carefully understood the several articles on this topic. ...Read more
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