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Effects Of Overeating Cashew Nuts
Education: You will learn to read all labels and ingredients and look for tree nuts or cashews as ingredients or the disclaimer that says product was produced in a place that uses nuts, wheat, soy, etc. You will learn to ask a lot of questions! ...Read more
Calorie intake: There is some nutritional benefit to the types of fat in nuts including macadamia and cashews. However, those fats are highly caloric and if you have a weight issue, you should adjust other caloric intake if you cannot resist these admittedly delicious nuts. ...Read more
I notice if I don't eat raw cashews for a few days I can't go to the number two the raw cashew nuts is what helps me go is this normal and why?
High fiber content: It is the high fiber content of the cashews that is allowing you to have bowel movements. The underlying question is why you cannot have regular bowel movements without them. You may have irritable bowel syndrome constipating type or perhaps something more insidious. At any rate, I would recommend that you discuss this with your family dr. And possibly with a gastroenterologist as well. Best wishes. ...Read more
Yes: Tree nuts, like cashews, are great sources of healthy oil, protein and calcium. All of those are nutrients you need right now. They do not raise blood sugar levels and blunt to blood sugar raising effects of other foods. People who eat nuts are, on average 10 lbs lighter than other people. ...Read more
Eating nuts specially cashew and almonds and dried appricot can increase cholestrol? Specially in old age? How much should one can eat?
Nuts contain gd fats: Foods that are good fats, do not increase cholesterol. One's liver is what contributes to how cholesterol is handled in the body, not necessarily by diet. Cholesterol is the main building block that form our hormones, and steroid. So not having enough cholesterol is as much a problem, as having too much cholesterol. However eating nuts and apricots are not ways in which cholesterol is increased. ...Read more
Iam loosing hair now a days sir. Iam following a healthy diet eating sproutes, cashew, ground nuts vch etc. What might be t problem sir?
Diet's not a factor: You're a 24 year old man. Especially if you're hairy-chested, you're going to get some male pattern baldness (androgenic alopecia). This is genetically programmed; it can be slowed down. The idea that eating cashew nuts and sprouts will prevent it is internet rubbish but a your physician can offer rx or a surgical referral. Other causes of hair loss exist ; can be diagnosed and maybe treated. ...Read more
For the past 2 days I have seen orange oil substance in my stool. 2 days ago I ate a 600g packet of cashew nuts. Can this cause this to happen?
LIKELY: PROBABLY THAT IS THE CAUSE. THAT IS A LOT OF NUTS. KEEP AN EYE ON THE STOOL. IF CONTINUES AND YOU HAVE OTHER SYMPTOMS SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION. I THINK YOU ARE OK. ...Read more
Do any of the common nuts (peanuts, cashews, almonds, etc.) have omega 3's, or just walnuts? How much omega 3's is in 1oz of walnuts?
Nuts & omega 3: Tree nuts contain omega 3 in the form of Alpha linolenic acid. 1oz of walnuts, a handful, contains 2.5g of omega 3 much higher than in most other nuts containing less than 0.5g. 1oz of walnuts also provides 4g of protein, 2g of fiber, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant phytonutrients, minerals and vitamins. ...Read more
Substituted chocolates, biscuits and junk snacks with cashew nuts and almonds to lose weight. Will it help lose weight given nuts are high in calorie?
Eating 3 oz. Of almonds a day instead of the same amount of calories from complex carbs leads to increased weight loss. Many other studies suggest that limiting carbs is one of the best strategies for weight loss even if healthy fats are substituted. See http://www. Webmd. Com/diet/news/20031107/almonds-may-help-in-weight-loss
; http://www. Naturalblaze. Com/2013/10/almonds-diet-weight-loss. Html. ...Read more
I ate cashews and noticed there's nuts in my stool? How can I know if I have malabsorption? My stool is mainly yellow, thin (changes) not solid and mucus. Sometime floats also having weird symptoms
A STOOL WATCHER!!!!! MANY substances pass into the stool unchanged (eg nuts, corn, etc) and mucous is a NORMAL part of stool (excreted by an irritated colon)
"Floating " is due to FAT ingestion! So COME ON NOW!!!! STOP WATCHING and if you CAN'T discuss this with your Primary Care Provider (PCP)
Hope this helps!
Dr Z ...Read more
I had an upper wisdom tooth removed tuesday last week when can I have honey bunches of oats cereal? Also when can I have granoloa or cashew nuts?
Soon...: I would visit with your dentist or the oral surgeon to have them determine if the extraction sites are closed. Once they are closed you are ready to go. Fortunately the upper wisdom teeth sites close much faster than the lower ones, in general. ...Read more
I had an upper wisdom tooth removed on tuesday dec 4th. When can I eat honey bunches of oats cereal and granola? As well as cashew nuts.
Eat carefully: It depends on the state of healing. You should ask your surgeon, who probably saw you last week in follow up. A call to his/her office for clarification is the best way to go. If the dentist thinks they need to see you to assess the healing before saying ok then go be seen. ...Read more
Person with gallstones, can she eat grapefruit, tea, pumpkin seed, walnut, almond, Brazilian nuts, cashew, avocado, olive oil, grapeseed oil?
Sure: Eat anything you want as long as it doesn't cause symptoms. If some foods disagree with you (ex. Fatty foods can sometimes cause pain in patients with gallstones) then avoid them. ...Read more
Potential obesity plus: Compulsive overeating often leads over time to excessive weight gain, fatigue, joint problems, hypertension, headaches, and diabetes, among other complications. I recommend meditation, foods with a low glycemic index, walking in the sunshine, and overeaters anonymous. Http://www. Oa.org. ...Read more
Hi, I'm currently taking Zyprexa (olanzapine) and my problem is overeating after I take the meds. Is there a antipsychtic without these side effects?
Weight gain can: Be a significant problem with zyprexa (olanzapine). Yes, there are other atypical antipsychotic medications that are not associated with quite as much weight gain. However, weight gain is possible with any antipsychotic. Please discuss your other options with your treating psychiatrist. ...Read more
Cashews: If there is warning consider it likely and don't chance it! ...Read more
Eat! But eat smart.: It's not just number of calories but also composition of those calories. Carbohydrates tend to get burned up quickest, although you can choose healthier low glycemic carbs w/lots of fiber. Protein is more filling & sticks around longer & delays hunger. Choose lean meats, fish, chicken, even beans. Don't forget healthy fats & oils like fish & vegetable. Both will also help fill you up. ...Read more
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See below: True hunger comes from our hypothalamus after measuring our energy needs and food stores. But it tells other areas of our brain (the nucleus accumbens, caudate and putamen) to generate the hunger signal. This signal can be generated abnormally in diseases of food addiction and set off by stress, depression and various food triggers. We then eat more then we intend to. ...Read more
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