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Health Claims Allowed On New Food Label
What is the best way to get nutrition to allow body to heal spinal disc? L4 - L5 bulge, not arthiritis nutrition, heat ? New techniques? Has va insurance
Physical Exercise: Tai chi, yoga for low back pain, Osteopathic manipulation, acupuncture, and lots of walking may work to help alleviate your symptoms. Here is an explanation of osteopathic medicine: http://www.osteopathic.org/osteopathic-health/about-dos/about-osteopathic-medicine/Pages/default.aspx ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check out: This site: http://www.fda.gov/Food/GuidanceRegulation/GuidanceDocumentsRegulatoryInformation/LabelingNutrition/ucm385663.htm#Summary Basically the labels will be larger, easier to read, included added sugar info, include potassium and vitamin D info, updated daily values and more realistic serving size info. ...Read more
Unclear: I'm not clear on your question. The FDA does not allow pathogens or bugs in the food supply. However, there are so few food inspectors that they can't inspect everything. So, yes, it is possible that "bugs" get into the food. The FDA was created in the early 20th century because real live bugs would be in the meat supply - read "The Jungle" by Upton Sinclair. ...Read more
Lethargic? Best Food: Hi i think the bigger answer to this question is what kind of foods will help and what will hinder you feeling better. Too many carbohydrates and sugars and your energy will diminish. Eating mostly proteins with a small amount of fats and sugars is scientifically proven to help with good health and better energy. But, don't forget other possibilities: thyroid, pre-daibetes, hormone imbalances. ...Read more
Every day-moderation: There is no need to limit nuts, as they are among the healthiest of foods, though raw unsalted nuts may be healthier than salted roasted nuts. Almonds & walnuts are especially healthy. Chocolate is actually good for you if it is dark chocolate with at least 70% cocoa solids- probably up to 2 ounces a day. If sweeter chocolates then consume less. If a food gives you joy then enjoy it in moderation. ...Read more
I havent ate in 48+hours as im afraid of food. will i loose any weight? and gain it all back eating. im so scared so i wont allow myself to eat.
Not dangerous at all: The instructions almost certainly are to preserve taste, texture, etc. Certainly your health would not be at all affected whether or not it comes to a boil. ...Read more
What do you feel about tx being the 1st state to allow employers to have access to employee health records?
My understanding...: Was that employers can get a list of employees and family - not identified by name, but by a code - whose health spending was greater than 15, 000. It also lists the diagnosis, amount paid, dates of service, prognoses and treatment plans. Personally, i'm not too comfortable with it... But the argument is if the employer is paying the medical bills, then they should have access to the info. ...Read more
I only go number 2 every 4 days or so. Does this allow my body to absorb more calories from the foods i eat?
No: But it does suggest that you need more fiber, fluid & physical activity to get your bowels moving a bit more frequently. With that said, as long as you're not straining to pass a bowel movement, then you're probably normal as stool frequency varies greatly. To be on the safe side, if you're also overweight, lethargic & intolerant of cold, consider asking your doc to check your thyroid function. ...Read more
I'm passing food at an incredible rate sometimes in as little as 3 hours. What can I do to slow my digestion to allow for proper absorption?
Not preventable: Trace amounts of carcinogens are present in the environment every where and it is not possible to exclude these from the food. ...Read more
If there are no known health risks, should I allow my dr to induce me at 40 weeks? Due on the 31st.
Yes: Yes you should.Get a more detailed answer ›
State of food: What is the state of food in the package? If it's uncooked the label refers to uncooked, if it's cooked, the label refers to cooked. ...Read more
Depends on your goal: What are you trying to achieve? If you have high blood pressure you may want to focus on sodium content, if diabetes the carbohydrate content. For general health low fat and high protein are good goals. Here's a really helpful link to an interactive guide with more info: http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/nutrition-facts/nu00293/. ...Read more
Nutrients: All living things require sources of energy and building blocks for proteins, nucleic acids, etc. ...Read more
Yes, but...: ...Guess what? Insurance companies can also look at your paper records too. Built into the contracts they sign with doctors, insurance companies can "audit" a physician to look at their clinical notes. This is to prevent overbilling or incorrectly billing. So your insurance company already has access to all of your medical records. An ehr would make it easier to share those records. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it health risky to cut open the tip of a teat to allow as easier flow of milk for my baby. I can't find the right teat?
Proper flow rate: When you invert the bottle you should see a drip, drip, drip of the milk in a spaced but regular fashion. Enlarging the hole with a needle is needed if there is no drips to gravity.If the flow is a constant stream, the flow is too fast and may cause choking in the baby & breathing problems. ...Read more
How much milk should I allow my 3 year old to drink In a day? How much is too much? Is there health risks if he drinks A gallon by himself in 2 days
NO more than 16 oz: Justin - see my answer to your other question. There can be severe nutritional deficiencies, especially severe anemia, with that amount of milk intake. 16 ounces of milk a day maximum and the rest of his fluid intake should be water only! No giving juices, Kool-Aid, smoothies - nothing but water! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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