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NOT in moderation: Amount Per 100 grams1 cup, chopped or diced (243 g)1 fruit (602 g)1 fruit (602 g) Calories 885 Total Fat 32 g Cholesterol 0 mg Sodium 12 mg Potassium 2,625 mg Total Carbohydrate 163 g Dietary fiber 23 g Protein 9 g It has lots of fiber- as well as lots of carbohydrates- I say in moderation - the fiber will slow down the absorption of sugar in the blood- ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How much calories in thailand durian 1 seed? May I drink a glass of milk after eat durian? Thank you...
Here ya go: Durian Raw Or Frozen durian, fruit A Grade 357 Calories Nutrition Facts Serving Size 1 cup, chopped or diced (243 g) Per Serving % Daily Value* Calories 357 Calories from Fat 117 Total Fat 13g 20% Saturated Fat 0g 0% Polyunsaturated Fat 0g Monounsaturated Fat 0g Cholesterol 0mg 0% Sodium 5mg 0% Potassium 1059.48mg 30% Carbohydrates 65.8g 22% Dietary Fiber 9.2g 37% Sugars 0g Protein 3. ...Read more
Not advisable.: When patients that come to me asking about certain diets, i turn the questioning around and ask them, "could you safely participate in this diet for your entire life?" should you eat a lichi diet for the rest of your life? If it's not safe for the rest of your life, what makes it safe for 2 weeks or 2 months. The best diet is one you can apply to your eating habits life long. ...Read more
Could be: Any food can cause an allergy in a person. If you have symptoms every time you eat it, then you might be allergic or intolerant of the substance. If your symptoms go away when you don't eat it, that tells you that the particular food (quince in your case) is the culprit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NIH suggests: How to measure a correct serving size of fruits and/or vegetables (same in general) Examples: 1 C chopped raw fruits or vegetables - a woman’s fist or a baseball 1 medium apple or orange - a tennis ball 1/4 C dried fruit or nuts -- a golf ball or small handful 1 C of lettuce - four leaves (Romaine lettuce) 1 medium baked potato -- a computer mouse ...Read more
NO: The problem with fruit sugar (fructose) is that it is extracted and used for sweetening artificial foods. It is the fiber in fresh fruit that alters the way it is processed in the body and that is the way that god intended it to be eaten. Google my blog entitled "oxygen, the spark of life" and see the post entitled "sweet and dangerous". ...Read more