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Eat Salty Food
UNDO HABIT: Habits are things we repetetively do without thinking. We have to consciously choose different or we do things without reason. There is no reason to eat salty and then sweet. Counterbalancing unconsciousy generally means we are overdoing one thing and try to swing to the other side. If you eat everything in moderation and for a reason, then you are eating a meal. Choose to undo. ...Read more
Excess salt: Excess salt can be generally sickening in the stomach - more worrisome is the potential that salt may be elevating your blood pressure - - some individuals are salt sensitive with bp and you may feel the rise in bp as an adverse effect. Check your bp every hour after salty meal to see ...Read more
Probably not.: Salt, spices and acids such as citrus fruits can cause the tongue to swell. As long as it is mild swelling and not making breathing a problem, you probably have nothing to worry about. You may wish to avoid too much salt so the problem won't occur often. ...Read more
For the last 6 months I have been experiencing extremely severe headaches at random intervals. They worsen significantly if I eat salty food?
Head aches: Get eval of the head aches and stop eating salty foods! ...Read more
For years I ate a high sodium diet. Suddenly I can no longer eat salty food. My tongue swells, turns white, & burns. My lips and nostrils burn.
I always have a dry mouth and feel dehydrated, yet I drink ~3 liters/day. I'm not on medication and I don't eat salty food. What's the deal here?
You may be prediabetic and not able to control fluid loss through the kidneys or you may have a problem with the kidneys themselves. This is red flag sign and needs medical attention.
Other possibilities include salivary gland dysfunction or disease or genetic disorder that inhibits proper salivary gland function or formation. ...Read more
Whenever I eat salty foods such as soft pretzels I get a clear blister on the inside of my mouth on my lip. Is that normal?
Always?: Has this always been the case? If so, then I am thinking you are just really sensitive to the salt, or maybe even something else (brewer's yeast, etc) in those foods. It may just be causing irritation to the lining of your lips. If it is always in the same location...or if this is a new thing for you, however, I'd probably get it checked out, just in case. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Doc help me I don't know why I'm always weight gain even I on diet I eat less salty foods sometimes I eat small portions of sugar I do not drink sodas?
Nutrition & exercise: Don't go on a diet b/c that's only temporary. Instead, focus on changing your lifestyle. Check out DASH & Mediterranean diets (yes, I know what I just wrote) b/c they're proven to lower risk for many chronic diseases. And they're free! Avoid sugar at all costs if at all possible. Then start exercise program. Just a little bit each day. Aim for 30min/d leading to 500kcal/d deficit or 3, 500kcal/wk. ...Read more
I had dental work done about 2 month ago and when ever I eat salty or sweet foods or cold drinks i'm, my teeth gets sensitive is that normal?
Can be...: ...Especially if the cavities were deep. Otherwise, the occlusion ("bite") could be off and in need of adjustment. Talk to your dentist to be sure. ...Read more
My BP is staying around 138/93. I don't eat a lot of salty foods and I drink plenty of water. Should I see my dr?
Yes: Your systolic is in the higher range of normal and the diastolic is above the recommended level. Hypertension is diagnosed by measuring the blood pressure in 3 separate settings by a health professional. I agree with your instinct to have your blood pressure checked by your doctor to ensure that you either have normal BP or need medications ...Read more
If I eat a lot of salty food then right afterwards eat even more sweets, will that lower my blood pressure a little? What happens?
Skin sensitivities: Some people have skin sensitivities to different irritants others have allergies. See your doctor for a diagnostic work up. Some people undergo allergy testing. ...Read more
There is an small bump on the inner jaw of my mouth-- it hurts when I eat citrus-y or salty food. How can I take care of it?
I have one single white bump in the very back of my throat on the right side. I don't notice it unless I eat junk food (mostly salty stuff) when it ge?
My mouth is sore since yesterday, worse today. Especially the tip of my tongue, my gums are very sensitive too, and I tasted saltiness. Not burned.
Sore mouth from?: This would have to be personally seen by a dentist or physician in order to try to diagnose the problem. With the limited information you posted, it would be impossible to determine what the problem is. Sorry. ...Read more
Low FODMAPs diet:
No single diet helps everyone with Crohn's but many benefit from a low FODMAPs diet. See http://gutsybynature. Com/2014/02/19/fodmaps-and-crohns-disease/ and http://tinyurl. Com/zy69zcr
Also see https://draxe. Com/crohns-disease-diet/ for a lot of other useful information. ...Read more
Memory: Probably the best things you can do for memory is regular aerobic exercise and regular restful sleep. Foods for memory are way down on the list, but since you asked, a healthy diet including lots of colorful fruits and vegetables is always a good bet. Fresh oily fish such as pacific salmon. Moderate amounts of caffeinated beverages may help alertness and thus memory. ...Read more
Processed carbs: Simple sugars and processed carbs should be avoided or limited. This includes any flour product. The fine grind makes absorption quick, and spikes your blood sugar which increases Insulin and promotes weight gain. Good fats such as olive oil and coconut oil are fine in sensible amounts. ...Read more
Carbs: It is very important to stay away from all carbohydrates, except for vegetables, avoid fruit except for low glycemic berries in small quantities. Focus on protein, good forms of fat and green leafy vegetables. A wheat-free (gluten-free) diet may also be very helpful as there are many different components to wheat that have been shown to spike blood sugar. ...Read more
Healthy and fat.: It's one thing to want to be healthy - that's great. And you can be healthy and overweight, as studies have shown. But aspiring to be fat is misdirected; being overweight usually at least suggests health risk, if not in the short term then in the long term. You can be healthy without being overweight, of course. ...Read more