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Elevated Blood Sugar After Drinking Orange Juice
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The blood sugar concentration or blood glucose level is the amount of glucose (sugar) present in the blood of a human or animal. The body naturally tightly regulates blood glucose levels as a part of metabolic homeostasis. Glucose is the primary source of energy for the body's cells, and blood lipids (in the form of fats and oils) are primarily ...Read more
If I cut sugar out my diet except for maybe a cup of orange juice a day and drink only water and do weightlifting and walking will I lose weight?
You have to control two things:
That's all. The 3rd factor is your genetically given physiology/metabolism, and how efficiently you burn/utilize calories, and where the body prefers to store fat. Honestly not too much to do about these factors despite all the gimmicks that shysters promote. ...Read more
Juice definitely: Milk has fat and its lactose content has to bee broken down first before it can be utilized by your body. During an acute hypoglycemic episode, you need fast and quick relief that can only be delivered by simple glucose such as simple juice or glucose tablets/hard candy. ...Read more
My wife has been having severe nose bleeds and throwing up blood but its after she drinks tap water or orange juice could they be the cause of it?
Sudden onset of cold sweat, weak, hot, shaking hands, fast breath, intense craving for sugar candy or orange juice. Stop after eating candy.....?
Blood sugar?: Sounds like one of a few things — anxiety or dehydration (which were cured by time) or hypoglycemia (which was cured by the sugar). There are a few other less likely things down the list. You should eat, sleep and exercise regularly. If this is recurrent or you actually lose consciousness as a result of one of these episodes you might want to see someone. ...Read more
OK: Nyquil is OK after drinking orange juice. ...Read more
Not necessary: Allergy to oranges (including juice) can present as itching, hives, wheezing, vomiting, diarrhea and less likely anaphylaxis. If symptoms are limited to stomach upset only, it may be only a food intolerance possibly related to the acidity. If a person can tolerate a small amount, but GI symptoms with larger amounts, this supports an intolerance. Either way, if it bothers a person, avoid. ...Read more
5 yr old son develops rash like a mustache ring around his mouth after drinking orange juice doesn't bother him. What's happening?
Acid reaction: He is likely sensitive to the acidity in the orange juice and develops a rash afterward. It may get a little worse with time if he drinks a lot of OJ. Best is to avoid it for several months and try again. ...Read more
9 mo, but not needed: I would say about nine months, but in moderation. Juice--even natural juice--has a lot of sugar, and isn't as nutritious as all the hype suggests. Better than 'juice drinks', yes, but not that much better. I often suggest diluting it. But, juice is not necessary for your child. It has vitamin c, yes, but that is easily obtained from many other sources. ...Read more
Replenish: Orange juice would help replenish fluids and nutrients lost from the symptoms of withdrawal: vomiting, diarrhea, and sweating. ...Read more
What effect?: What effect is that? They are both sfae. ...Read more
Trivia, avoid OJ: Iron may be slightly better absorbed from an acid medium, but ph powerfully controlled by our stomach ; especially small intestines, where iron absorbed, thus you are being marked nonsense — quite common. The bigger issue is that orange juice is high sugar, as much or more than a sugar soft drink ; is not health, though marketing as healthy to sell the stuff. Can't sell frozen oranges. Go hflc. ...Read more
Oranje juice : Have always felt that oj is wasted calories. It is not harmful to your heart and is a good source of pottasium. ...Read more
No: No.Get a more detailed answer ›
You can get: Too much sugar into your system if you drink excessive amounts of orange juice, especially if it is canned, not fresh. You can also get excessive acid. Like most things in life, use it in moderation. Bottled juices generally are high in sugar although people often think they are good for us. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Not likely.: Both orange juice & regular sodas have significant calories. ...Read more
How many glasses of fresh orange juice would I need to drink to get all my daily fruit requirements?
Usually one: Orange juice contains mainly vitamin c and one glass should suffice to supply that. Fruits contain other helpful components including other vitamins, fiber, anti-oxidants as well as being a source of caloric needs. The total amount needed depends on your age, sex and activity. Discuss this with your family doctor. ...Read more
I often feel like I may pass out. I drink alittle orange juice and I'm fine. No diabetes, no hypertension. What could this be?
Low blood sugar: Try changing your diet. Cut out fast carbohydrates, eat smaller amounts more frequently, add protein. That feeling is likely low blood sugar, a result of a metabolic overload with fast carbohydrates 2 hours earlier. So coffee and a doughnut at 7 am will lead to a metabolic overload and dump/low blood sugar at 930 am. Be well. ...Read more
My 3 year old son constantly drinks from wake to sleep. Water, diluted orange juice, etc. What are reasons he may constantly want to drink?
Habit or problem: Some kids can become habit drinkers & their kidney responds to by making dilute urine an abrupt stoppage would be unwise as the could dehydrate. Gradual decline in intake (quit filling the cup to the top) can result in less intake & more concentrated urine. If the kid gets up at night to drink a lot, a fluid hormone pbm may exist. Either should be checked by your pcp. ...Read more
Go ahead: Orange juice should be fine with mono. Sometimes acidic drink might irritate your throat when you're sick, especially if the illness makes your throat scratchy, and stripped away the natural mucus of the throat lining. If it hurts, stop. Hydration in general is important in mono. Avoid any contact sports for a while, your spleen may be enlarged. ...Read more
Orange Juice: "The american journal of clinical nutrition." vitamin c, an essential vitamin that cannot be synthesized by the human body, is an important antioxidant, a substance that protects the body against the harmful effects of free radicals, the molecules that may cause tissue damage and early aging. ...Read more
Yes: Healthy and can drink it any time. Be careful of number of calories. ...Read more
Calories!!: There are 960 calories in 64 oz orange juice. That is the same as consuming 60 teaspoons of sugar! Save yourself the calories, stomach ulcers, kidney stones, potassium overload, dental cavities, and empty calories. Drink water and eat the fruit! Juice offers no significant nutrition relative to the excessive sugar in comparison. ...Read more
No: The risk of allergy is the same. ...Read more
Yes: A woman can drink orange juice while nursing, if she was fine drinking orange juice in the past. There is not a reason for her to avoid orange juice, unless she starts to have reactions to it. If she thinks the baby is getting a reaction after each time she (the mom) drinks orange juice, then the mom should talk with the pediatrician about it. ...Read more
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