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Ingredients In Luna Bars
Are luna bars a healthy option for a snack bar? What are your thoughts on it? If not, which snack bar do you recommend? Thanks dr.
Why would I have a sensitivity to bar soaps? Are there any ingredients I could try avoiding to see if that's the source of the issue?
Immune system : You could try unscented dove. See your dermatologist for treatment and evaluation. ...Read more
Depends: The higher the concentration of cacao, the less sugar and saturated fat, and the less added artificial ingredients, the healthier chocolate becomes. The same can be said for the crisps. Avoid added ingredients that include chemicals. The bottom line is don't eat too much of either and always avoid added sugars and chemicals. ...Read more
No: Antibacterial soaps contain antibiotics. Regular soaps can help remove the oil that germs cling to from the skin or other surface so that it can be flushed away with water. ...Read more
Yes: They can be used by anyone.Get a more detailed answer ›
Probably not: Candy supplies calories and little else. If the amount of calories which you eat prior to going to bed, does not exceed your needs there is no harm. Some feel that eating late, candy or otherwise, contributes to acid reflux and the development of esophageal disorders, so you might consider eating the candy, if you must do so, earlier in the evening. ...Read more
Better not.: In every study ever done of recovering alcoholics, contact with drinking buddies or going to drinking places carried the worst risk for relapse in drinking. The more your life changes, the better your chances to stay dry. ...Read more
Why should I avoid ready-to-eat food from salad bars, sandwich bars, smorgasbords and delicatessens?
Food-borne illnesses: E coli and other food borne illnesses are more peeve leant on public food buffets. Food workers who do not wash, foods that my not be as cold or hot as they should be... Just to name a few... ...Read more
My skin is sensitive. I try not to touch but need something gentle to clean it. Is j&j bar okay for face?
Liquid soap: In general, liquid soaps are better for people with sensitive skin than bar soaps. But everyone's skin is different; there is no real substitute for trying different kinds of soap until you find one that does not cause any problems for you. ...Read more
How can I gain weight all around fast? I already eat a lot. For example, would eating protien bars work?
Monitor: Monitor your intake and output with your physical activity. There are phone applications you can use which can help you keep a log of your activity and caloric intake. Increase your caloric intake and keep a log of your caloric intake. One of the apps I know if is myfitnesspal. ...Read more
Exlax 2 bars not producing much. Tiny bm's 4 days now. No pain but discomfort. Should I worry or get strong stuff?
I bought a pull up/push up bar and 10 lb dumb bells. What's the best exercises I can do with those to workout my back?
After you have built up your "core" with the typical exercises, you can try these advanced techniques:
http://www.Dumbbell-exercises. Com/exercises/back/. ...Read more
I managed to eat a whole chocolate bar ( 200 grams). Will this have any negative effect on my health?
This happens very rearely!!!!
Chocolate Bar: Was it good? Chocolate actually does make us feel better. It will have no effect on your health as long as you are not doing this every day or multiple times a day. And then it would be weight gain from the calories. We all need chocolate once in a while. Now where did I put that bar.....? ...Read more
Is it ok to eat a packet of crisps and two chocolate bars every day if you are very active and have a good balanced diet besides that?
Probably not: Those are not really very healthy forms of nutrition and do not have any nutritious value to your body but provide processed, pure calories. I suggest replacing them with complex carbohydrates or fruits/veggies as well as dark chocolate (>75%) for two reasons: getting some nutrition and anti-oxidants as well as lowering your blood sugar and Insulin in long term to avoid weight gain. ...Read more
I had epstin bar last year around this time and I know it never goes away. Today, I slept all day and still tired. Could it be active again?
Probably not: Yes, Epstein Barr virus (EBV, the cause of infectious mono) persists in the body, probably for life, after the initial infection. However, it rarely causes any further problem, except rarely in people who get certain cancers, organ transplants, or otherwise need potent immune suppressiing drugs. Your tiredness probably has nothing to do with your past mono. But see your doctor if it continues. ...Read more
Hello, i recently bought a raw chocolate bar containing ground pau d'arco, and wanted to know if it is safe to consume raw pau d'arco sparingly?
Probably: I first learned of this plant while I toured the amazon. Despite its touted activities, there is little or no scientific proof to support them. However, it is safe to take sparingly. ...Read more
Help docs! I'm trying to look really lean over summer. I have a barbell, chip up bar, a bench and adjustable dumbbells. What workouts should I do?
Lean muscles: To tone muscles, you need to do many reps of low or medium weight and lose body fat. Don't do heavy weights at low reps because that makes muscles larger, not lean. Push ups will tone pecs and triceps. Pull-ups, sit-ups, leg lifts to tone other muscle groups. Eat a balanced diet, including lean proteins and fresh fruits and veggies. You'll be ready by summer if you stay consistent. ...Read more
Several of ur doctors say eating a small amount of dark chocolate daily is healthy, with a chocolate bar with 7x4 squares, how many squares daily?
2: 2 would be a good dose. Not too much. ...Read more