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Doctor insights on: How Unhealthy Is Pizza Having Pizza For Lunch Once A Week Is Bad

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How unhealthy is pizza? Having pizza for lunch once a week is bad?

How unhealthy is pizza? Having pizza for lunch once a week is bad?

Leaner pizza.: Just about any food can be made a bit leaner. As far as pizza, try with light or even no cheese. Try vegetable toppings rather than sausage or pepperoni. Thin crust rather than deep dish or Sicilian. And don't eat the whole thing - maybe two slices only. This would cut the calories a lot and sodium a bit. Once weekly for lunch would be fine. ...Read more

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My diet is very bad. I eat a lot junk food, especially pizza, is this a problem?

My diet is very bad. I eat a lot junk food, especially pizza, is this a problem?

You look / feel ...?: This is convenient and has a fair amount of protein, though lots of fat and salt which is more likely to be a factor now that you're older. There's plenty of calories as well. If you're fat, try to stop. If you exercise heavily and are still slim, try to reacquire a taste for more variety, with some fruits, vegetables and lean meat. Ask your physician about a vitamin-and-mineral tablet. ...Read more

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Gross i know but when i got like 3 marbles out.. A turd came out and it was reddish and it smelled really bad i had pizza.. Could it be the salsa, what to do?

Gross i know but when i got like 3 marbles out.. A turd came out and it was reddish and it smelled really bad i had pizza.. Could it be the salsa, what to do?

See Dr. if red flags: sound like hard stools and constipation (look up Bristol stool chart on web), and red could be blood from fissure/strain/hemorrhoids, but unclear from description alone. Seek medical attention if not resolved, esp if with red flags of other symptoms such as weakness, fever, weight loss, pain, cramps, or actual confirmation of ongoing bleed. ...Read more

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Can unhealthy eating (but not overweight) like chips and pizza cause blood in stool?

Can unhealthy eating (but not overweight)  like chips and pizza cause blood in stool?

Unhealthy food: but will not ' cause blood in the stool ' You have to get it checked , see you family doctor need parents permission and presence as you are minor . Don't worry at your age some thing minor . ...Read more

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I was working as a delivery man in a pizza company, i got a very bad accident and had multiple fractures. What can I do to recover faster?

I was working as a delivery man in a pizza company, i got a very bad accident and had multiple fractures. What can I do to recover faster?

Good healthy habits: Take great care of yourself- eat well - no junk food, 3 square meals each day. Make sure to get a portion of meat or fish or poultry or eggs or cheese with each meal. Get plenty of sleep. Drink only water. Get some fresh air and sunshine each day. Make sure that you are getting proper physical therapy. ...Read more

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I've tried to get healthy and stop eating mini pizzas for tea and now I eat an Apple, banana, grapes and a slice of ham but I'm having bad wind ? Help

I've tried to get healthy and stop eating mini pizzas for tea and now I eat an Apple, banana, grapes and a slice of ham but I'm having bad wind ? Help

Raw foods are are: harder to digest than cooked foods. You can par-boil the fruit which can be helpful. Also, consider using a probiotic. Peace and good health. Berries would be best, won't trigger an insulin reaction as quickly. ...Read more

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2 nights ago i had pizza and stir fry and now ive been having really bad gas since, which is unusual for me and bloated.. No allergies or anything..?

2 nights ago i had pizza and stir fry and now ive been having really bad gas since, which is unusual for me and bloated.. No allergies or anything..?

Food: It seems from the time frame it is associated to the food but difficult to pin down which. It should resolve in a day or two but if you are otherwise sick or you are not recovering be seen. Choose a diet that works for you. All the best. ...Read more