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How Many Pediasure Per Day
On demand: 8-12 times a day(which doesn't mean every 2-3 hours as is sometimes said), but many infants feed much more than that, since breastfeeding is so much more than food. If it seems that you are feeding all the time in those first few weeks, you may be and that can be perfectly normal if the baby is passing lots of stool. Enjoy the time with the baby. The feedings space out over time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Ideally we should eat when we're hungry, but social norms have centered around 3 meals (or 4 in some countries) within less than a 12-hour period. Many people benefit from eating 4-6 "mini meals" a day to prevent low blood sugar or help control sugar or because they've had surgical procedures to limit size of stomach or for tumors. If you have medical condition, ask your doc about this. ...Read more
No more than one.: Guidelines seem to change a lot in this regard. But currently, I believe the recommendation for egg eating is no more than one per day. If you separated out the whites and only ate those, you could have more as the yolk contains the bad stuff. ...Read more
Depends: P.S. All babies tend to strain rather dramatically with stools at some point, probably because their brain is working hard to coordinate their intestinal muscles (which are still weak) and nerves. Plus they are laying flat most of the time, so they don't have help from gravity. As long as their stools are soft, the crying, pulling up of legs, turning red is normal and won't last forever. ...Read moreSee 9 more doctor answers
500 less than usual: Eating your usual diet will maintain your weight or cause you to plateau. To break your plateau you must decrease your calories for a time period, usually 1-2 weeks. For example, if you usually eat 2200 to 2000 calories then you need to decrease your caloric intake to 1500-1800 calories for a few weeks only if cleared by your physician. No strenuous exercise during this time. ...Read more
No real limit: In cases of extreme mercury pollution, people have gotten terribly sick from eating fish. No one has been able to show any risk whatever from any level of consumption of any normal fish. The newest studies show more mercury but less pathology in fish eaters, and fish-eating kids seem smarter. The EPA's stuff is about politics snd appearances, not science. My informed opinion; ask your physician. ...Read more
Drinking water does : Water alone does not make you lose weight. It is the lack of eating food which makes the difference. Water simply gives you a feeling of a full stomachwhich doesnotlast morethan 1 or 2 hours..But this is not the best way to lose weight effectivekly. Along with water you should eats ome low-calorie foods like fruits, salads, veggies, grains and proteins from snacks(like nuts, eggs and fish). ...Read more
Depends: It depends on your total calorie intake If your total calorie intake is 2100 calories Less than 1/3 should be from fat ( 700 calories) since there are 9 calories per gram of fat that would equal less than 80 grams of fat a day. Try to have less than 8 grams (10%) as saturated fats, and the rest as unsaturated fats, such as olive oil. and polyunsaturated fats. ...Read more
Essentially none: It is the solution that the mustard powder is mixed with that carries the calories. Overall in the usual manner of using prepared mustard, there are very few calories to worry about. ...Read more
3 or more...: While eggs contain cholesterol, most studies suggest eating even 3 eggs a day actually improved cholesterol levels! There have not been studies done on eating more than 3 eggs a day so we can't say if more than 3 a day would be hazardous but there is no evidence 3 a day is harmful (except perhaps for diabetics) See http://authoritynutrition.com/how-many-eggs-should-you-eat/ Choose organic eggs! ...Read more
Pediasure: Pediasure is a nutritional supplement designed for occassional use in children when additional calories are needed. It is intended to SUPPLEMENT, not REPLACE normal foods. It is generally recommended that 1-2 cans be offered per day, in between meals. Pediasure is high in sugar, and more frequent use may interfere with intake of regular foods/meals. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How many...: ...Calories you burn depends on how long you are on the treadmill, how fast you are going, how much you weigh, your individual metabolism. There is no magic number of calories that should be burned. Remember that the calorie counter on the treadmill (if there is one) may be about 30% off. Judge by how you feel, if your health is improving, and if you are accomplishing your exercise goals. ...Read more
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