Doctor insights on:
Goat Liver Health Benefits
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
This organ plays a major role in metabolism and has a number of functions in the body, including glycogen storage, decomposition of red blood cells, plasma protein synthesis, hormone production, and detoxification. It lies below the diaphragm in the abdominal-pelvic region of the abdomen. It produces bile, an alkaline compound which aids in digestion via the emulsification of ...Read more
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
China study: Read the book china study. Good luck ...Read more
YES, very impressive:
Recent studies have shown that relatively small doses of ginger offer powerful protection against liver damage from potent toxins such as bromobenzene and lead- see http://wrightnewsletter. Com/2013/10/09/ginger-shields-liver/
there is also preliminary evidence that ginger may be beneficial in treating non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. See http://www. Greenmedinfo. Com/node/83545. ...Read more
Drink 8 ounces (1.5 glasses) of red wine daily for health benefits per medical studies. Can the long-term effects of this cause fatty liver?
Perhaps: Depends on individual and other factors. 8 ounces daily is somewhat "generous" re: health benefits of wine. ...Read more
I have 1-2 glasses of red wine & 2 Tbsp's of extra virgin olive oil per day, both FOR HEALTH BENEFITS. Am I at risk of developing fatty liver?
It depends how long: Have you been taking alcoholic beverages. It is risky. ...Read more
Sort of: There's really no magic foods that will make or break health. Liver's loaded with iron, which is good for many people, and cholesterol, which is less helpful. If you like it, enjoy it. If not, eat something else. Best wishes. ...Read more
My grandma's stools was goat like. Black, but also taking iron suplement sometimes with bloated abdomen. Wen palapated no mass no pain soft.?
Sometimes I feel a little pain on my lower left abdomen, but its tolerable. I'm just wondering am alwyas constipated and my poops luks like goat poop?
Change your diet and: Fluids. Eat a high fiber diet between 20-25 grams per day, regular meal times and drink 80-100 oz of caffeine free alcohol free fluids daily. If you exercise and should add 20 oz per 30 minutes of strenuous exercise. Some meds contribute to constipation so take the meds with full glass of fluid instead of a sip in addition to the above recommended fluids. ...Read more
Absolutely: Yup. Many of the men that I treat for ptsd, fish. It allows them to have quiet time & to relax. They usually go to isolated places where they have alone time or they can go with buddies. It is quieting & they feel safe. Eating the catch of the day might enhance health as well. ...Read more
Antioxidant & happy!: Dark chocolate contains polyphenols and other flavonoids, procyanidans & antioxidants. It also contains mood-enhancing chemicals like phenylethylamine, theobromine, serotonin & anandamide. It lowers systolic blood pressure an average of 5 points & diastolic 3 points & lowers LDL cholesterol by up to 10%.Even LDL cholesterol is only dangerous when it is oxidized & chocolate prevents this. See comment:. ...Read more
Nearly all of them: Almost all spices have many benefits. For example, garlic lowers cholesterol & blood pressure & thins blood, cinnamon lowers blood sugar, turmeric is an incredible anti-inflammatory as is ginger, which also relieves nausea. Even salt is an essential nutrient (sea salt is best).A great website that provides detailed information on the benefits of many herbs & spices is www. Whfoods. Com/foodstoc. Php. ...Read more
Can speed recovery:
Garlic has a long history of folk use for treating colds. While I have not seen good research on this it is safe to try and many people have found it useful. When garlic is freshly crushed you get allicin which has proven antiviral activity; see http://homeremediesforlife. Com/garlic-for-cold/
A better proven remedy for colds is pellargonium sidoides, sold as Umcka; see http://tinyurl. Com/ztoepsy ...Read more
Better to stop at 8p: Eating after 8pm can cause metabolic overload. Best to stop eating before 8pm. Be well. ...Read more
No: Eat the peppers to suit your taste. ...Read more
Herbs and spices:
There are many health benefits of both herbs and spices from anti-microbial to anti-anxiety.
For example peppermint is a muscle relaxant, ginger is great for viruses and for digestion. Thyme is a great anti-microbial and anti-fungal. Cinnamon is great for digestion, and for controlling blood sugar. These are just a few benefits. ...Read more
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Improves the brain: Reading as apposed to auditory or video input challenges your brain to develop pathways to synthesis what you are reading. When you have to produce a mental picture you use more pathways than if the same topic is presented to the brain already laid out. The more you read and the more frequently you read, the more pathways you recruit and the faster and more efficient the brain becomes. ...Read more
Yes: Baby corn is a cereal grain that comes from corn plants when harvested early, so yes, a type of corn. Because it is more immature, it is not as sweet and has a better glycemic index (that is lower) than sweet mature corn does. This type of corn is high in Folic Acid (important for brain health, pregnant women) and potassium. ...Read more
Gormet vs discards?: Offal refers to the internal organs & entrails of a butchered animal, excluding muscle & bone. Some offal dishes are considered gourmet food (foie gras, pâté, sweetbreads, Scottish haggis, Jewish chopped liver, Southern chitlins, Mexican menudo). Depending on the context, offal also refers to discards of an animal carcass after butchering or skinning (heads, brains, trotters, tripe). Enjoy!? ...Read more
Sure: Sugar is a source of energy. Too much sugar or energy gets stored for a later time as fat. It doesn't have to be broken down so it is available immediately for use, so any extra is put right to fat. Sugar is not necessarily bad just getting to much to quickly is bad. We do better if our bodies have to work some to break compounds down to use them, instead of storing the energy right as fat. ...Read more
Less parasites: It helps to reduce parasites in chickens, and many experts believe this is due to its negative charge and cylindrical shape. The thinking behind this is that positively charged bacteria and parasites (plus some viruses) may be attracted to it like magnets are attracted to one another. Because of its shape, the pathogens get trapped in the center and carried out of the body. ...Read more
Top roping: Hi. For one, a novice can top rope without much fear of injury. It can help to build confidence and enhance safety while learning to climb. Top roping can help to develop balance and uses various muscles in the body. ...Read more
Dried fruits: In general fresh fruits retain more nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals and flavanoids. Drying removes water from fruits so dried fruits are more concentrated with sugar and calories. Extra sweeteners like refined sugar or high-fructose corn syrup may be added to the dried fruits. So you need to practice portion control to avoid consumption of eccess calories. But they tend to be high in fiber! ...Read more