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How Corned Beef Causes Disadvantages To General Health
Cattle & antibiotics: There are concerns about antibiotic resistance due to excessive use of antibiotics in cattle. (http://www.ucsusa.org/food_and_agriculture/our-failing-food-system/industrial-agriculture/prescription-for-trouble.html#.VVqRAPFdWM8) ...Read more
Corns: Corns will not affect long-term (or short-term) health. However, they can be very uncomfortable. ...Read more
Foot discomfort: They won't "mess up your life" but they can cause foot discomfort depending on their size and position. They can certainly make wearing certain types of shoes uncomfortable. Diabetics, however, should have corns and callouses removed or trimmed to prevent further problems. ...Read more
Would a podiatrist be able to help get rid of corns on your toes? If so would health insurance pay for the service?
No: Corns and calluses are caused by repeated pressure or friction against skin. It is a protective reaction to avoid blisters. In the foot, corns generally occur due to pressure from ill-fitting shoewear. Removing the corn will not cause more corns to grow in their place, but if the original cause of the corn is not changed, the corn will come back. ...Read more
Corns: Corns can be formed from several reasons. Most common is from friction or increase pressure points. Make sure to evaluate your shoes. Old shoes need to be replaced. I recommend seeing a podiatrist who can help with different treatment options including prescription ointments to custom orthotics. Don't let them go to long without care, they can lead to ulcers. ...Read more
Corns on toes: You probably have contracted deformities on your toes and the top of the joint are rubbing against the top of the shoescausing the corns. You might be wearing improper she's. See a podiatrist. ...Read more
Corns: Corns appear both on the top of a toe joint and between the toes. The contracture of the toes is usually biomechanical in nature. The between the toes corns are also caused by biomechanics as well as malalignment of the toes with resulting boney spurring. Xrays and an exam by a podiatrist will answer your questions and give you the help you seek. Good luck! ...Read more
Not bad if lean: Lean beef is not bad for one's health, as long as it is consumed in moderation. Your leaner cuts of beef include the filet mignon and new york steaks. The fattier and less healthy cuts include your prime rib and rib eye cuts. Stick with the healthier, leaner cuts and enjoy in moderation. ...Read more
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In moderation: As with all things in life... do everything in moderation. Beef is fine, but that depends on how much beef one eats over time. For example, 4 ounces of beef every day is fine. But, 40 ounces of beef every day is an abnormally huge amount. Life is about balance. Balance is what matters. ...Read more
Controversial: A large body of research shows not eating meat (being vegetarian)is "associated with lower blood cholesterol levels, lower blood pressure, less obesity ;... Less heart disease, stroke, diabetes, cancer ; mortality."-quoting from http://bit. Ly/1cysymm but it's not clear if this is due to not eating meat, eating more veggies or the fact that vegetarians have other healthy habits. See comment for more:. ...Read more
Two different things: Nail fungus is very difficult to get rid of once you have it. Even if it is cleared, you'll likely have a recurrence sometime in your life. Calluses and corns occur because of the bony architecture of your foot, and will generally continue to recur unless you apply accommodative padding, wear orthotics, or have surgery. ...Read more
Gave up eating beef, for reasons that vary between the cruelty factor and health benefits. Will I get enough protein from turkey and chicken?
Is there a great health benefit to becoming a vegan/vegetarian? My proteins are mostly fish & turkey lunchmeat during weekdays. Don't care for beef.
Why does my gas and poop smell so bad after eating beef? Could it be high bilirubin levels? See blood test in my health files if needed.
I feel tightening of my temples after I chew on something hard like beef jerky. What is the cause of this?
Muscle Strain: This is a pretty common problem. It happens to me on occasion. Beef jerky is hard to bite through and causes your muscles to work that much harder. Try cutting it in pieces so you jaw doesn't have to work so hard! Hope this helps! ...Read more
Tick bite: It's recently been identified that persons who had a certain tick bite can then become allergic to red meats and suffer a food induced anaphylactic (severe allergic) reaction. The antibodies are identified as alpha-gal and these can be measured in the lab. I don't believe this has anything to do with heat sensitivity however. ...Read more
I'm using100% universal beef amino and it says on the package that it contains a substance that cause reproductive harm does it really cause any harm?
Reproductive harm: According to the state of California the substance contsins harm ful substances. Noone else make this claim. However, we really don't know the long term effects of this substance ...Read more
Contamination: Food can be contaminated with c.diff bacteria and contribute to it's spread. There presently isn't a clear link between antibiotic use in beef and c.diff proliferation, but in theory it's possible, just as there is some suggestion of antibiotic use in beef and the spread of drug resistant bacteria. ...Read more
Iam 12 week pregnant, today Ate one slice of raw beef meat(air dried and salted, ) can it cause listeria?how can I avoid? Will yogurt help?
Avoid raw meats: Pregnant women are 10 more likely to get listeriosis isymtoms of listeria include headaches, muscle aches fever,chills, nausea and vomiting. You should consult your doctor no and immediately if symtoms occur it can be treated with antibiotics. It can cause miscarriage prematurity, MR, blindness, and death ...Read more
What causes diffuse mottling of the bottom of my hands? It has the net-like pattern. Looks like ground-beef. It doesn't look like pics of raynaud's.
Have it cked by dr.: It's best to have your hands checked by your doctor, so s/he can make a decision on whether to refer you to a dermatologist or s/he can answer your question quickly. The description you're describing needs to be documented in your chart, possibly with pictures taken, and a timeline of when this started, and where you are now. Depending on your medical history, travel history, exposure to environmental toxins, may shed more light on to your situation. ...Read more
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