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Goat Feet Soup Benefits
I don't know how goat bone soup's benefits compare to soup from other bones, but in general bone soup has many benefits and is arguably one of the healthiest foods we can consume. Bone soups are an excellent source of nutrients that are good for bone and joints, improve immune function & reduce inflammation.
See http://articles. Mercola. Com/sites/articles/archive/2013/12/16/bone-broth-benefits. Aspx ...Read more
Better than cow but::
In general I agree with the many experts who say that milk is designed by nature as a food for babies and most adults are better off avoiding milk. See http://saveourbones. Com/osteoporosis-milk-myth/
But if you really want milk for some reason, goat milk is a healthier choice than cow's milk.
See http://www. Globalhealingcenter. Com/natural-health/goat-milk-benefits/ for more information. ...Read more
Not heard of that.: I don't know how eating hooves/feet of an ungulate would repair a bulging disc. ...Read more
Have an evaluation: Walking has lots of health benefits. Have a good evaluation of your feet to see if improving function with good shoes and support will allow you to walk without pain. There are other fitness option available that are less stressful on your feet than walking (swimming, cycling, rowing). Discuss with your doctor. Dr l. ...Read more
I'm 18 years old and my height is nearly 5 feet and 9 inch. I want loss my weight. Please guide me with your benefit points?
See Dr., and then...: Helpful weight loss diets have natural foods that take time to chew but contain few calories. Examples include carrots, celery, and leafy lettuce (little/no salad dressing). When shopping for fruits, buy small ones no bigger than a tennis ball, because fruits have sugar. Drinks without calories include water and green tea. A calorie is a calorie, but surely avoid sugar ; simple starch calories. ...Read more
You can hold more: With big hands, big feet offer a nice foundation to hold one up. ...Read more
It is fun and comfortable too. Watch for broken glass and trash though.
http://www. Helloonline. Com/healthandbeauty/health-and-fitness/201107075682/beach-walking-to-health/. ...Read more
It is possible: You may get disability benefits for an arthritic foot depending on the length of time it has been present, degenerative changes seen on imaging studies, and whether there are any restrictions on range of motion of the foot. You may require an independent medical examination to determine the extent of restriction of range of motion. ...Read more
For young infants,: Put a cool must humidifier across the room up to a maximum of 50% humidity, because, in theory, you could overload them with water if it's too close. I guess that's probably 7-9 feet in most bedrooms. Keep the humidifier & its cord up where a 6-month-old & older can't pull it over. Run it with a 10% Clorox solution to clean it when baby's not in the room, followed by a cycle of fresh water. ...Read more
Sweating relief: Some people have a sweating condition that can affect the hands, feet and armpits called hyperhydrosis. Botox can decrease or eliminate this sweating for several months. ...Read more
no drawbacks either: A severely flatfoot can be a sign of many mechanical problems with the foot, but an otherwise healthy, stable and flexible, but flat foot can be pain free and function well for athletics and heavy manual labor. Several scientific studies have evaluated the relationship of flat feet to put pain and have found very little link between them. ...Read more
Foot reflexology falls under the category of quackery. See:
http://www. Quackwatch. Org/search/webglimpse. Cgi? Id=1&query=foot+. ...Read more
I was at work and dropped a can of soup on my foot. All of a sudden, the area where the can hit hurts really bad. Could it be serious?
Yes: You should have it examined and probably x-rayed to make sure there is no fracture. ...Read more
I was born with one leg/feet smaller/shorter than the other one, is there anything I can do now than I'm older (24)/benefits I can receive?
Limb length: There are different modifications you can make to shoe gear and possibly inserts (orthottics) to aid with your condition. You could get a referral to a podiatrist from your pcp. A podiatrist can asses to see if and what kind of limb length issues you may be having. They may get you some relief that may be causing, head, neck, back, hip, knee pain from having a shorter limb. ...Read more
Sleep with my feets up can reduce heaveness on my botton legs? What are the benefits of sleep w/ feets up?
Reduces swelling: Sleeping with your feet elevated can reduce the heaviness and swelling (called edema) in your legs and feet by redistributing the fluid in the legs and feet that tends to accumulate during the day while you're standing. If you reduce the salt intake in your diet you may notice less swelling and heaviness in the legs also. ...Read more
Yyears ago a soup can fell on my foot leaving a large lump. Over time this lump has always been there but some days it's smaller others it's rather la?
Can Can: Without examining, it is difficult to say, but the story probably goes something like this. The can caused soft tissue damage which led to the initial lump. The soft tissue damage may have initiated the formation of a ganglion cyst. The extent of the damage might have also damaged the periosteum of the underlying bone causing further bony damage. To remove all doubt, have your foot examined. ...Read more
Some benefit: They can offer short term symptomatic relief, but make no difference long term in outcomes. ...Read more
Are there really medical benefits to using a squat-style toilet or one of those foot stool add-one like a squatty potty?
That is: What the manufacturer claims, I suspect it is just hype ...Read more
Now that I have some epsom salt (for feet), is there any benefit or harm from doing a full body soak for 15 minutes in epsom salt bath?
Maybe: The contents of soup may help dilate vessels or the heat of it on your hands may do it. There may be natural vasodilators in the ingredients. Obviously you want to be careful that you do not burn yourself. Environmental factors do play a role in worsening or lessening the sensation of poor circulation. If this continues to be a problem, you should see your doctor for appropriate treatment. ...Read more
If low dose aspirin is beneficial, would the dose need to be increased to get the same benefit for someone living at 10, 000 feet in altitude?
No change needed: There is no data that would suggest changing the dose of ASA from low dose to higher dose due to altitude changes. ...Read more
About 3 months ago I dropped a soup can on my big toe which bled and broke skin. Today its still really sore and sometimes my foot will lock. Why?
Follow up needed: It is likely that you broke a bone in your foot with something that heavy striking it. If so, then that would have caused you to change the way that you bear weight on your foot and how you walk. If so, you may have caused secondary problems such as tendinitis. The pain may be due to that or simply that the fracture has not healed or is healing. An x ray will tell you and your doc the answer. ...Read more
My 81 year old grandaunt has severe knee, foot and leg pain. Would she benefit from cold laser treatment? Are there any other treatments for this?
What's the best insoles and shoe for plantar fasciitis foot arch pain? Don't have benefits for orthotics so wanting to try a cheaper option first.
Not so easy.: A very sensible approach. The problem is that the arch support design is really dependent on your foot structure. Without knowing that detail, advice on which support to use is difficult and many times wrong. Some supports are for higher arches and some for lower arches. Some are more flexible than others. Shoes need to have a removable insole so that a better fitting one can be fit. ...Read more
Undergone c-section, have foot swelling, pain, mild redness, in left foot. Going antibiotics, painkillers since a month. No benefit. Still severe pain?
Foot big toe hurts - hurts so bad - doctor's report said the dorsalis pedis artery - clogged arteries - what is the benefit - how to heal the pain?
- Talk to a doctor online
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