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Lean meats: Lean meats are healthier, so one should trim away excess fat before grilling. Also, steaks are safer than ground beef, because ground beef is more prone to bacterial contamination (unless the burgers are cooked well-done). Of course, be sure to have plenty of vegetables with each meal. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
For the most part: If you fry foods at too low a temperature or put too much food in the pan it will lengthen the time it takes to cook and will cause the food to absorb more fat from the oils. Some oils are less healthy than others. Studies support the notion that fried foods increase the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease. Frying in a canola oil for very brief time at high temp may be less harmful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: It depends on what spices you're talking about. Some, especially turmeric, garlic, and such, have good antioxidant properties to fight damage from free radicals in your body. Peppers containing capsaicin may help with pain & other things. http://www.naturalnews.com/037520_capsaicin_health_weight_control.html using these depends on your taste and the tolerance of your digestive system. ...Read more
Depends upon: The "fast food" you eat. Fruits and Vegetables can be fast foods!!!! Eating healthy is possible with "fast food" Avoid fatty/over sweetened items! Even Mc Donalds carries some healthy "fast" foods! ...Read more
No: There is nothing inherently healthier about a gluten-free diet unless you are one of the people with celiac disease or gluten-intolerance. In fact, most processed gluten-free foods are high glycemic and lower in fiber than their gluten-containing counterparts. If you are relying on a gluten-free diet, choose whole unprocessed lean meats and vegetables and fruits and avoid the packaged junk. ...Read more
Home meals healthy: Meals prepared properly at home are probably the most healthy you can regulate how much salt, fats and other ingredients go into your meals. You also choose the ways they are prepared and the proportion sides you want. So it would be best if possible to prepare your own meals at home. ...Read more
Lean protein: When building muscle, try for about one gram of protein / day / pound you weigh. Try to avoid greasy, fatty and salty stuff. Most bodybuilders favor chicken, fish, whey / soy powder and there are some tofu fans also. Otherwise eat to satisfy hunger, do plenty of aerobic exercise for health and definition. I'm glad you're undertaking this adventure and hope it will be a lifelong habit. ...Read more
I am a 31year old male Who has diarrhea what cause it I eat chicken nuggets french fries from McDonald's is fast food healthy too eat?
NO!: Fast food is never healthy to eat. McDonalds and other fast food establishments thrive on cheap, inexpensive, unhealthy food that is full of saturated fats, salts, etc. If you want to be healthy, have regular bowel movements, and not gain weight, avoid these restaurants. Instead cook a meal at home using fresh ingredients and you will notice how much better you feel. ...Read more
Is microwavable frozen boxed food healthy for daily consumption in canada like pasta,girlled chicken linguini, penne, nestle macroni with cheese,fish?
Depends: The quality of boxed food like any other food determines its value. For example frozen vegetables are healthy. ...Read more
Please tell me if it is okay to stress-eat or binge-eat if eating healthy food (healthy as in organic and vegan)?
Although that might: Be better than bingeing on crap food- the body really doesn't like ingesting huge amounts of food to the point of discomfort. If you have an uncomfortable relationship with food - have you considered overeater's anonymous? ...Read more