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Is it better to use fat free dressing or the regular dressing?

Is it better to use fat free dressing or the regular dressing?

A dressing with...: ...Good healthy ingredients, used in moderation, is probably best. "fat free" products have been available and popular for a number of years, but they often make up for their lack of fat with a lot of excess sugar, so are less healthy in the long run. ...Read more

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Is organic yogurt free from the hormones that regular yogurt would have due to being made from cows milk?

Is organic yogurt free from the hormones that regular yogurt would have due to being made from cows milk?

Free from some but..: Most non-organic yogurt has rBGH, a synthetic hormone that appears to be hazardous despite the FDA requiring a ridiculous disclaimer that rBGH-free products have not been shown to be safer- see http://tinyurl. Com/hvgcj57
All yogurt has estrogen, but non-organic has more estrogen and more IGF-1, which may cause cancer. Non-organic yogurt has higher levels of Round-Up and pesticides too. ...Read more

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Does niacin flush free work just as well as regular niacin?

Does niacin flush free work just as well as regular niacin?

Yes.: Works just as well and tolerance is better. Shoot for 2000-3000mg daily in divided doses. ...Read more

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What are the health differences between regular beer and gluten-free beer?

What are the health differences between regular beer and gluten-free beer?

No gluten: Gluten-free beer is made from ingredients that do not contain gluten, which is a protein found in wheat and related grains, including barley and rye. Regular beer contains gluten which causes serious symptoms for people with Celiac disease and some others. ...Read more

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Does niacin flush free work same as regular niacin?

Does niacin flush free work same as regular niacin?

Discuss with MD: Yes but Flush free has less side effects.
Niacin is no good for lowering bad cholesterol. It may improve (a little) the good cholesterol and the best effect is on triglycerides. BUT, newer studies show NO benefits in mortality rates or frequency of heart attacks or strokes. Indication of Niacin has become more questionable since you may improve "numbers" but you do NOT improve outcomes. ...Read more

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Which one is healthy reduce fat, fat free or regular milk?

Which one is healthy reduce fat, fat free or regular milk?

MIlk Calories: How about if I surprise you and say in reality the real worry for milk is the large amount of sugar, regardless of the fat content? Remember the secret to our obesity epidemic is not about the fats we eat (in general) but about the large amounts of sugars in our diet. ...Read more

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The gluten free and corn pizza crusts just aren't the same. Can I have regular pizza once a week if celiac?

The gluten free and corn pizza crusts just aren't the same. Can I have regular pizza once a week if celiac?

Avoid ALL gluten: With celiac disease, exposure of the intestine to any gluten causes inflammation of affected gut lining, with a decrease in absorptive surface of that gut, & resulting malabsorption of food. The best & most enduring fix is to avoid eating any gluten. Serum tissue transglutaminase antibody can help determine how successfully gluten is avoided. Don't compromise your health for taste preference. ...Read more

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I have gluten free celiacs disease. Is it safe to replace regular flour with gluten free flour (i.E. Ben's mill)?

I have gluten free celiacs disease. Is it safe to replace regular flour with gluten free flour (i.E. Ben's mill)?

Yes: You're safe as long as you, as a celiac disease patient, avoid eating wheat, barley, rye products or any commercially-prepared food or drink that the label indicates contains gluten. Look toward to future and see my earlier answer about exciting prospects for celiac patients who may one day soon be able to enjoy gluten. ...Read more

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What's the difference between anti-bacterial soap, regular soap, and soap-free body wash? Do they all clean the same?

What's the difference between anti-bacterial soap, regular soap, and soap-free body wash? Do they all clean the same?

Soap: The anti-bacterial soap will contain triclosan. This is the anti-bacterial part, both contain soap to solubilize the oils and wash away dirt. The soap free probably does not contain sodium lauryl sulfate the main ingredient of soap, but you can look at the ingredients to see the difference. Triclosan is a redundant ingredient and a contributor to bacterial resistance. ...Read more

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I'm married, 18, healthy, regular periods and have no children. I'm interested in iud's since they seem worry-free. Which is recommended for me?

I'm married, 18, healthy, regular periods and have no children. I'm interested in iud's since they seem worry-free. Which is recommended for me?

Either one: Iuds are a great option for long acting reversible contraception. There are two major options for iuds: Mirena (levonorgestrel) and paragard. The Mirena (levonorgestrel) lasts 5 years, releases a small amount of hormone in the uterus, and causes lighter periods (some women stop menstruating altogether). Paragard lasts 10 years, contains copper, and can cause heavier periods. Discuss with your dr. Which is the best option for you. ...Read more

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I have friends who swear by cashew milk. It is higher in calcium than regular milk and GMO free. I tasted it and it is good. Are there any downsides?

I have friends who swear by cashew milk. It is higher in calcium than regular milk and GMO free. I tasted it and it is good. Are there any downsides?

Potentially: It is gluten free, but not higher in calcium. If you make it yourself, you just blend water and cashews. So it is has the same nutrients as the whole nut: vitamin K, iron, magnesium. Commercial brands may add other nutrients, possibly calcium. Read the label carefully: cashew milk could be high in fat and commercial brands lower in protein than soy or other milks. ...Read more

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I have celiac disease. Apart from following a strict gluten free diet, what other precautions and regular tests should I be taking?

I have celiac disease. Apart from following a strict gluten free diet, what other precautions and regular tests should I be taking?

Stop gluten; then...: Celiac patients have a higher chance of getting type 1 diabetes, thyroid diseases, and other autoimmune disorders. People with celiac disease have a higher chance of gastrointestinal conditions such as colitis, inflammatory bowel disease, functional bowel disorders, reduced gut motility, or delayed stomach emptying. A nutritionist / dietician can review one's diet to make sure it's well-balanced. ...Read more

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Could niacin flush free do the same effects as regular nician to detox from thc?

Flush: The literature is sparse on Niacin with respect to thc and Niacin flush free has even less data re thc. ...Read more

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Had allergic childhood asthma but now symptom free for over 10 yrs. Afraid to mention on pre employment medical declaration for regular finance job?

Had allergic childhood asthma but now symptom free for over 10 yrs. Afraid to mention on pre employment medical declaration for regular finance job?

Read??? carefully: It makes a difference if they ask "have you ever...? " vs "have you had in the last 5 or 10 years? " answer truthfully. And if I am not mistaken they can only do a physical post job offer, and not discriminate based on physical exam findings. Anyway asthma, should not have much bearing on an office job. ...Read more

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