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The sugar goes down: This happens to everyone, not just diabetics. We have a limited store of sugar/protein(which can be converted to sugar) which is being used constantly to keep body alive; thus must be replenished--via eating. Not eating=storage depletion. For diabetics, it is more concerning due to the use of medication which reduces the sugar. So, +meds and no food=danger of hypoglycemia. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Apologies for this question, is the regularity of bowel moments dependent of whether you eat enough food. If you don't eat much and go 2 weeks is ok?
Absolutely, because: food not absorbed combined with molecules body is eliminating is what makes up fecal material, as modified by all the microbiome living within this material & resulting in feces being about 50% bacteria, by volume or wt. When eating less, body tends to eliminate less & we tend to move less. However many additional variables & 2 weeks between evacuating is c/w constipation & promoting problems. ...Read more
Sir/mam im 21 yrs old weight 45kg. I eat enough food but i don't get enough nutrition... So would u please help me about wht should I get for nutrition?
I eat very health and definetly eat enough food a day, but even when i get 8 hours of sleep a night, i'm very weak and always exhausted, why?
When I don't eat enough food I get lightheaded, dizzy, and feel like i am about to pass out. what could it be? Could it be low blood sugar?
Low blood sugar: the only way you can really tell if it is low blood sugar is to do a glucose check when you are feeling shaky or lightheaded. I would suggest just making sure you eat a snack or a protein bar when you are feeling this way. Always eat a good breakfast in the morning. It starts off your day in the right way. Good luck and feel better! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have an eating disorder and I am struggling to eat enough food. If i don't eat enough and I have a strabismus eye surgery next week? What'll happen?
Symptoms of dizziness, nauseous with vomiting, frequent headaches, and my body aches. Could i be anemic? 18. Not sexually active. Sometimes i don't eat enough food in a day. I may eat once or twice and i don't drink water. Lately I have been dizzy, nauseo
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
High Protein complex: Carbs and healthy fat (fish and plant based fat) is what i would recommend. If you want to put on "healthy" weight, you need to build more muscle. So protein supplements with added 10 grams of sugar and some fruit right after work-outs will help build muscle. I suggest getting your metabolic rate checked and based on that, go on a high calorie zone type diet which is healthy and high protein. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer