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Dr. Pam Yoder
1,132 Doctors shared insights

Healthy Diet (Overview)

Pregnant women should eat a balanced, nutritional diet and increase their calorie intake to meet the needs of the developing fetus and their changing bodies. Eating a range of wholesome and nutritious foods during pregnancy is one of the most important things that women can do to ensure the normal development and growth of the fetus, and it can help to prevent prematurity and low birth weight. For the mother, good nutrition helps to prevent anemia, infection, and poor healing.


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What should I be eating if I want to maintain a healthy diet?

What should I be eating if I want to maintain a healthy diet?

A balanced diet: You should adjust your diet to maintain a healthy weight and make sure it is well balanced in carbohydrates, proteins (from fish, nuts, no-fat yogurt) and have limited amount of fats in it. I would advise more of plant based foods with ample veggies, grains and fruits (very important part of diet, in my view). Avoid meat heavy diets they are outright unhealthy due to excess saturated fats in them. ...Read more

Dr. Pam Yoder
1,132 Doctors shared insights

Healthy Diet (Overview)

Pregnant women should eat a balanced, nutritional diet and increase their calorie intake to meet the needs of the developing fetus and their changing bodies. Eating a range of wholesome and nutritious foods during pregnancy is one of the most important things that women can do to ensure the normal development and growth of the fetus, and it can help to prevent prematurity and low birth weight. For the mother, good nutrition helps to prevent anemia, infection, and poor healing.


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What's a healthy diet?

What's a healthy diet?

Veg, fruits, nuts: A healthy diet consists of mostly plant based including green leafy vegetables and all different colors of fruits and vegetables. The majority of these should be raw as in a salad or lightly steamed. Meat should consist of lean chicken, turkey, fish, and occasionally very lean beef or pork. Snacks should be fruits, tree nuts, and whole grains. Go light on the carbs and only whole grains. No sugar. ...Read more

Dr. Ihab Ibrahim Dr. Ibrahim
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Healthy diet (Tip)

In trying to eat healthy, eat before hungry; and then it is easier to eat healthy. ...See more

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Eating a Healthy Diet (Checklist)

Avoid fast food
Daily
Don't drink soda
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Eat small portions
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Minimize starches and sugars
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How to get a healthy diet?

How to get a healthy diet?

Variety: Portion control, moderation, variety and balance. Portion control is important- especially eating out where portion sizes have grown. Fresh fruits, vegetables, should be half of your plate. Legumes, beans, whole grains, a 1/4 plate and lean cuts of meat, fowl and fish, low fat dairy products 1/4 plate. Processed foods, high in animal saturated fats and processed sugars should be avoided. ...Read more

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How to go on healthy diet?

How to go on healthy diet?

For a healthy diet,: Check out www. Drmcdougall. Com or www. Nutritionfacts. Org. Both doctors cite lots of research evidence for a low-fat, plant-based diet for good health, including weight loss. ...Read more

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Healthy diet (Tip)

The primary focus of a healthy diet is to eat as many vegetables as possible. ...See more

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Having a Healthy Pregnancy (Checklist)

Don't smoke
daily
Take a walk: walking promotes easier labor
daily
Take prenatal vitamins with folate to reduce birth defects
daily
Eat a healthy diet, including lots of fruit and dairy products
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Is isagenix a healthy diet?

Is isagenix a healthy diet?

Not particularly: There's often little objective science available to answer such questions but I found this interesting article: http://www. Sciencebasedmedicine. Org/index. Php/isagenix-study-is-not-convincing/
in general, I don't advise diet programs based on gimmicks like meal substitutes. A long-term healthy diet is the best strategy- my favorite is http://www. Drfuhrman. Com/library/what-is-a-nutritarian-diet. Aspx. ...Read more

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How can I eat a healthy diet?

How can I eat a healthy diet?

Variety: Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans and legumes. Eat lean meats chicken and fish and low fat dairy products. Try to eat from a variety of foods at each meal, and try to decrease intake of high sugar and processed foods. ...Read more

Dr. Jeffrey Bowman Dr. Bowman
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Healthy diet (Tip)

Include exercise as part of any healthy diet. ...See more

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Staying Healthy while Traveling (Checklist)

If flying, reset sleeping time to destination when boarding plane
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Keep up exercise
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How should be a healthy diet?

How should be a healthy diet?

Very good question: 1)eat what will rot and do it before it does-eat fresh meats fruits veges grains greens and beans. 2)avoid SAD diet= STANDARD AMERICAN diet full of additives preservatives and coloring dyes and preservatives. 3)add essential fatty acids like flax seed or fish oil. If you did this you will be over 90% right ...Read more

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How to manage a healthy diet?

How to manage a healthy diet?

Learn about it - do: It. Check www. Choosemyplate. Gov, foodnetwork. Com, WWW. Health. Com, allrecipes. Com, www. Bhg. Com, www. Eating well. Com, www. Cookinglight. Com, www. Foodnetwork. Com and others for food info & healthy meal and recipes ideas. ...Read more

Dr. Thomas Wright Dr. Wright
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Healthy diet (Tip)

Eat your bright green and bright yellow vegetables for a healthy diet. ...See more

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Having a Healthy Third Trimester (Checklist)

Preregister for the delivery at your hospital
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Understand your employers maternity leave and short-term disability policy
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Buy an infant car seat and install it in your car
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Schedule Group B strep testing at 35 weeks
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How can I get healthy diet?

How can I get healthy diet?

Excellent question: Space is limited so I can't give a detailed ans. Here are the guidelines: eat what will rot & do it before it does means fresh meats fruits veges greens beans etc. Avoid SAD DIET that is standard AMERICAN diet full of additives preservatives coloring dyes etc. For a more detailed ans please visit us at www. Ehacstl. Com and send us an email thru our website and request healthy diet and I will send u ...Read more

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How can I start a healthy diet?

How can I start a healthy diet?

Education first: Check www. Choosemyplate. Gov, foodnetwork. Com, WWW. Health. Com, allrecipes. Com, www. Bhg. Com, www. Eating well. Com, www. Cookinglight. Com, www. Foodnetwork. Com and others for food info & healthy meal and recipes ideas. ...Read more

Dr. Mohammed Parvez Dr. Parvez
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Healthy diet (Tip)

Eat healthy and exercise daily. Avoid binge eating. ...See more

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Being a Healthy Man (Checklist)

Get the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine (three shots) before age 27
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Get blood test for HIV / AIDS up to age 65 and if high risk
daily
Get DTaP (whooping cough) vaccine, plus tetanus shots every 10 years
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Get the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) shot if you haven't already
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What is a suggested healthy diet?

What is a suggested healthy diet?

Balanced diet: Women need to consider what they do and need throughout the weekdays and weekends and try to balance not only caloric intake with output but also nutrient (eg, folate) need and expenditure. This requires keeping a food diary, taking it to a nutritionist and following that plan daily. Seems like a lot of effort but there will soon be great apps for that. As they come along, I will share in comments. ...Read more

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What does a healthy diet look like?

What does a healthy diet look like?

No processed food: Lots of fruits and vegetables, minimize processed foods, sugar-laden drinks like soda and fruit juice, and unhealthy trans fats. Consume healthy sources of protein such as chicken, fish, lean red meat, legumes and fats such as nuts, coconut and olive oil.

Food is energy. Quite simply a poor diet equals poor health. ...Read more

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Healthy diet (Tip)

Healthy eating includes salads, fruit and vegetable. Exercise is always great in addition. ...See more

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Eating a Low-Sodium Diet (Checklist)

Speak with a clinical nutritionist
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How can you stick to my healthy diet?

How can you stick to my healthy diet?

Educate & commit: Check www. Choosemyplate. Gov, foodnetwork. Com, WWW. Health. Com, allrecipes. Com, www. Bhg. Com, www. Eating well. Com, www. Cookinglight. Com, www. Foodnetwork. Com and others for food info & healthy meal and recipes ideas. ...Read more

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Could you help me with a healthy diet?

Could you help me with a healthy diet?

For a healthy diet,: Check out www. Drmcdougall. Com and www. Nutritionfacts. Org. Both doctors cite lots of research evidence for a low-fat, plant-based diet for good health, including weight loss. It's more important to have a "diet" you can stay on permanently rather than something short-term or radical. ...Read more

Dr. Thomas Wright Dr. Wright
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Healthy diet (Tip)

A diet rich in fatty fish appeared to protect against rheumatoid arthritis. Eat, enjoy & be healthy. ...See more

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What must I do to have a healthy diet?

It's hard 2 do in US: Depending where you live, try to eat a more vegetarian based diet - plant based, nuts, occasionally some dairy, not too much, exercise, try to rid your life of stress, and as Spock preached :"Live long and prosper." ...Read more

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How to not go crazy on a healthy diet?

How to not go crazy on a healthy diet?

Relax it: If you've undertaken dietary restrictions that are taking away from your enjoyment of eating just because somebody told you that "it's good for you", it's time to relax the restrictions. The truth is that food choices have little to do with your staying healthy; exercise, avoiding excess calories, and getting enough micronutrients from a varied and interesting diet is much more important. ...Read more

Dr. Arthur Heller
2,585 Doctors shared insights

Diet (Definition)

Refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more