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Healthy Butter Substitutes For Popcorn
Pretty Healthy: If your butter is Salt-free, it is a pretty good snack - in moderation. If you are dieting, figure out how much of your daily fat intake you wish to invest in the butter portion, then enjoy! ...Read more
Popcorn is not unhealthy.
It is generally healthy but not as healthy as colored vegetables and fruits. It is a snack food that is good to eat. Do not load up on salt, though ...Read more
Is acute exposure to diacetyl (in popcorn butter) harmful, or only long-term, cumulative exposure?
Possibly...: Any "chemical" runs the risk of being potentially dangerous. Now I would never deprive you of your popcorn; but I cannot foresee the future; I am not aware of any studies to date on this topic...But just follow my standard advice; 'anything in moderation' and we'll see what the future holds (besides; I can't skip to the end of this movie and ruin it for ya) cheers! ...Read more
I take fasting BG daily. On mornings following eating salted /buttered popcorn at night my BG levels are 30 points higher (120-135). Why?
Stay with 45 gram: Carb to control it. Do not go above it breakfast, lunch, dinner. ...Read more
Help docs! I'm trying to lose a bit of weight and want some snacks. Is air popped popcorn healthy as an everyday snack?
My husbands penis and sperm smelled like buttered popcorn, why? I'm a nurse and ive never heard of this
Diet: I took the time to do as much research on this as I could. Apparently sperm and the genitals which have a tendency to be sweaty during the sexual experience odor/ taste is influenced by the individuals diet. The more meat intake, the more ammonia smelling/taste. More fruit and vegetables, the more aromatic and pleasant. Range of cents/taste was from popcorn, almonds, salty, to bland. Equivalent comments reflecting the vagina and vaginal secretion ...Read more
Microwaving pop corn or any other food will not cause cancer. Just do not add too much fat to the popcorn.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex. ...Read more
The last 3 days my urine has smelled like butter popcorn. What could this be a symptom of? Should I go to my doctor?
Not very: The principal issue with popcorn is the oils used to douse the finished product. Many of these are synthetic, most have a high caloric content and even actual butter can be overdone. Also if you need to limit your salt intake, popcorn can be a problem. Popcorn itself is high volume, low caloric and a great appetite suppresant. ...Read more
Not short term:
Burning food carries carcinogens. Carcinogens are cancer producing entities. Over time eating alot of grilled, burned meat and other foods is not healthy.
When grilling outside and you eat overcooked meat you can take a Vitamin C pill. It will help neutralize the carcinogens from the burned food. Popcorn is a risk for diverticulitis. Choose better choices of snacks to stay healthy. ...Read more
Another: Another issue with burnt popcorn is that the kernel may not have popped completely leaving a hard core. If you bite down on this unexpectedly you run the risk of fracturing a tooth or filling. Also be careful when eating popcorn it is possible to get a piece of the thin outer shell caught in the sulcus of the gum. It acts as a sharp knife cutting down into the gum tissue a potentially leading to damage and an infection. ...Read more
Popcorn: Popcorn is a very dangerous food to give any child under the age of five. Like hotdogs it can cause a ' plug" in the throat that unless the child is mature enough to fully chew, poses a risk. You did not specify age of child but certainly under five you should not offer popcorn. Same with nuts, hotdogs and several other choking hazards. ...Read more
I accidentally had about 15 popcorn kernels. I know, a lot! Will anything happen? Or will I be fine?
Fine: You will be fine, don't worry about it. ...Read more
No: If that is the case, then it's not an allergy to the pop corn but to one of the ingredients used to make the pop corn. Movie theater and microwave popcorn have lots of other chemicals and oils that may be causing the allergy. If it doesn't happen with real pop corn kernels popped at home from scratch, then that will confirm it. ...Read more
Here are some...: Urine smell is quite personally unique and widely vary among people to reflect urine concentration, foods consumption, supplement use, etc. And it is harmless as long as being free of symptoms and having normal urinalysis from properly collected urine. To know more these nuance in healthcare, welcome to peruse articles listed in http://www. Formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html & other related in HOME ...Read more
A # of potential:
Reasons for this. See:
http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/499913-stomach-pains-after-eating-popcorn/ ...Read more
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