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Hi sir my billirubin level is now 1.8mg/dl. Sometimes it comes to 1.2mg/dl since 8 months what can I do for this and also tell me foods to eat & avoid?
There is a benign condition of elevated bilirubin called Gilbert's syndrome.
Please check what is called 'indirect and direct levels of bilirubin'.
If the total for example is 1.8 and the majority if 'indirect' bilirubin and it has bgeen the case since birth or so, it is highly likely this is all there is and nothing to worry about. ...Read more
Fresh fruits and veg: Fresh fruits and vegetables in their natural state are high in water, and fiber and will help constipation. You might benefit from additional water in your diet. Having 5-7 servings a day of fresh fruits and vegetables should help constipation. Aim for at least 25 grams of fiber a day and a gallon of water or fluids a day. (each fruit is about 2-3 g of fiber) each veggie is about 3 g fiber. ...Read more
Eat what you like: You can eat whatever you like. It is important to maintain good nutrition while fighting off an infection. Note, some antibiotics need to be taken on an empty stomach and some foods or other medicines can impair absorption of some antibiotics so check this with your pharmacist. ...Read more
Low purines: Google low purine or gout diet to see the foods low in purines to eat and those high in purines to avoid. Purines are important in making uric acid, the cause for gout. If you do not secrete enough uric acid or over porduce uric acid, you may come down with an acute gout attack. Force fluids, always. Stay well hydrated and follw this diet as best you can. Follow with pcp/ with rheumatologist. ...Read more
Not likely foods: Very unlikely what you eat having anything to do with body odors. ...Read more
If only that easy...: Body sculpting sounds promising (& there are gimmicks & diets that promise you their products can do this), but the only way to effectively spot-reduce is surgery. Lose 1 pound of fat per 3500 calories you drop or work off, but you can't pick where--sorry. Recommend a moderate diet, regular exercise (get a personal trainer who can help you strive toward your goal) & calorie counting to stay fit. ...Read more
Diet: No magic, a mediterranean diet with regular exercise and not smoking is your best bet. ...Read more
I sometimes have green stool and was wondering what kind of healthy foods I should eat/avoid to have normal-colored stool?
What supps/foods should I eat/avoid since thyroidectomy for thyroid cancer? Recently cleared for Papillary Thyroid cancer. Need to lose 15 lbs now.
Remember: For weight loss the strongest predictor is your caloric intake. So you need to be mindful of how much you are eating. I would encourage you to minimize processed, artificial foods and consume colorful veggies. In the end, there's no perfect "diet" as some people's bodies respond well to Mediterranean while others the Atkins while others the Paleo. There's no perfect way to tell. ...Read more
Calprotectin in stool analysis is 112.5 whn normal is 50. What causes that, how to treat it &what food to eat to avoid that? Is that colon infection?
It suggests presence: Or propensity to develop inflammatory bowel disease/ibd - crohns dse and ulcerative colitis. Discuss with your GI dr in details or read more info online (pls check link below) certain genetic or environmental factors can contribute to these conditions. No particular diet is advised so it's observation on the food that triggers them is the key. ...Read more
About to start take 2.5mg of zyprexa (olanzapine). What kinds of food to eat to avoid increased weight, glucose and lipid levels? Planning strict diet and exercise
I have PCOS. High testosterone. Insulin-resistant. What foods to eat and avoid. Is there a diet plan for PCOS? What exercises could I do for this?
Dietician: Metformin has been effective in managing the insulin resistance seen in PCOS. As for diet, avoiding sweets and reducing starches like bread, pasta, potatoes, rice helps. A registered dietitian, in one visit, can give you an appropriate diet. Discuss exercises with your physician. Regular aerobic exercises like walking, swimming, cycling, jogging are beneficial. ...Read more
What to eat: Eating homemade chicken noodle soup can help to mobilize mucus ; has an anti-inflammatory effect. Hydrate well with clear broths, water or add a small amount of lemon to chamomile tea. Pour boiling water over thinly sliced ginger. Steep 5 min. In a covered pot. Add 2 to 3 tbs honey ; sip. Try thyme tea. Although some recommend hot toddies for colds – use of alcohol is discouraged by others. ...Read more
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Avoid: saturated fats (full fat milk, cheese, ice cream, butter, red meat); trans fats (margarine, crisco)
do eat: lots of fruits and veggies, fish, high fiber foods (whole wheat everything, cereal with high fiber content). There is no magic food which is going to make your cholesterol plummet.
Optional: one alcoholic drink per day can help decrease cholesterol. More is bad for you. ...Read more
My bilirubin level is slightly higher than normal. Does it affects my mood? What food should I eat or avoid eating to make it normal level? Thank you
Make it worse: Avoid foods that make your symptoms worse. This is by trial and error. Common gerd inducing foods and drinks include fatty foods, chocolate, caffeine, alcohol, and citrus. Stress and exercise can also worsen symptoms. If its too bad, consider a consultation with a surgeon experienced in anti reflux procedures. ...Read more
Good balance: Eating healthy, well balanced meals is the best diet for breastfeeding (and for everyone for that matter!) be sure to eat a wide variety of foods; your baby is exposed to the different flavors thru the breastmilk so make sure you eat lots of veggies. Stay hydrated by drinking at least 64oz a day. Avoid highly refined and processed foods. ...Read more
Not a problem: A half-thyroid should be fine, assuming the remaining 1/2 thyroid is normal. That 1/2 thyroid will enlarge a bit, but if it is making enough thyroid hormone (as assessed by a blood test) then you should be fine. Diet will really not affect it much. There is plenty of iodine in a normal american diet. ...Read more
Nutrition: Try nutritional approaches. Consider eating oatmeal, bran, apples, oranges, pears, bananas, grapefruit, hazelnuts, avocado, brewer's yeast, royal jelly, saffron, tumeric, honey (buckwheat), alfalfa sprouts, celery, beets, eggplant, garlic, onion, chili peppers, legumes, dandelion root & jerusalem artichoke. Avoid deep fried foods & whole eggs. ...Read more
Abortion by pill: You should eat what you want, but best to eat lightly to gage if you are nauseous or not. Make sure you remain hydrated. If any severe symptoms, contact your doctor right away. Good luck. ...Read more
47 and TTC:
You should find a prenatal supplement that works. You will need more folic acid than you would normally receive in your diet. At 47, you will likely need donor eggs or donor embryos if you wish to be successful, so I'd be sure to ask your own physician based on your medical history what might be recommended.
Anyone trying to conceive should avoid processed carbs, limit saturated and trans fat. ...Read more