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Is Honey Bunches Of Oats With Almonds Healthy
Can I have cereal with almond milk after an upper wisdom tooth extraction? The cereal is honey bunches of oats. What about yougurt with fruit in it?
Soft diet at first.: After any extraction I would recommend a softer diet until the gum heals and closes the hole. Honey bunches of oats is too hard and if it gets into the extraction socket it is likely to cause pain. Anything that breaks into hard, sharp pieces is not a good idea. Yogurt w/ fruit should be fine. ...Read more
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Is a half banana, a 100 calorie pack of plain walnuts and almonds, oatmeal and honey, and water to drink a healthy breakfast?
Sounds pretty good: To me.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is it okay to eat cereal twice a day? I usually have 3 shredded wheat for breakfast and as a snack a bowl of honey bunches of oats etc.
Yes?: Yes, but what are you goals? For a complete meal or for snacks? Is cereal the only item you're eating twice a day or is it part of larger meals? ...Read more
I had an upper wisdom tooth removed tuesday last week when can I have honey bunches of oats cereal? Also when can I have granoloa or cashew nuts?
Soon...: I would visit with your dentist or the oral surgeon to have them determine if the extraction sites are closed. Once they are closed you are ready to go. Fortunately the upper wisdom teeth sites close much faster than the lower ones, in general. ...Read more
I had an upper wisdom tooth removed on tuesday dec 4th. When can I eat honey bunches of oats cereal and granola? As well as cashew nuts.
Eat carefully: It depends on the state of healing. You should ask your surgeon, who probably saw you last week in follow up. A call to his/her office for clarification is the best way to go. If the dentist thinks they need to see you to assess the healing before saying ok then go be seen. ...Read more
No it can be taken: No it will not have any ill effect while taking Warfarin ...Read more
Will I vet sick by just eating wheat bread with almond butter and honey? And just cereal? Will I loose weight?
Yes and yes: You will lose weight better with a comprehensive plan high in vegetables and fruit, a small to moderate amount of meat and a low level of complex carbohydrates. What you propose is all carbs and sugar, with a little protein. So yes, you will suffer on this diet. You will likely lose some weight possibly but put all of it back on after stopping. Please consult a nutritionist or weight watchers. ...Read more
Okay, so I just changed my soap from Dove to a natural honey and oat soap. I noticed I have some random bumps (possibly irriataed pores?) on my leg.
Folliculitis: Well, the idea of putting honey the soap is interesting but I'm wondering if that would result in the soap having some degree of sugar in it. If so, I could conceive the possibility that putting sugar on your skin might predispose towards irritation/inflammation of the hair follicle = folliculitis. Try switching back to Dove and see what happens. ...Read more
I make a milk shake by adding apple, 6 almonds, youghurt and 1tb honey in a juicer. Is it a good source of carbohydrates and energy before workout?
I usually get a 6 inch Club on honey oat bread with green & bananna peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers from subway. Is this well balanced meal?
Am assuming: That club sandwich has some form of meat. Sounds fine. ...Read more
54 yrs. Female allergies are wheat oats rice almonds tomato and I have had the skin test. Need help with breakfast use to eat a bagel with cream cheese?
Generally safe: Raw honey takes advantage of the fact that honey is naturally antibacterial. Most honey degrades by crystallization rather than decompostion or mold formation. Raw honey is a source of carbohydrate calories so it is equivalent in many ways to sugar although natural food afficionados prefer it as a sweetener rather than processed sugar. ...Read more
Depends: Steel cut oats are very healthy for breakfast as our other whole grains like the ancient grains, spelt, millet, and amaranth. Instant oats depends on what is added in package such as sugar, which is not healthy. Avoid the instant oats if sugar, preservatives, or other chemicals added. Consider arrowhead mills organic cereals instead. ...Read more
None: There is no end to the various permutations of snake oil. Almonds are a good food. If you like them, eat them. Prefer UNsalted. ...Read more
Protein Source: Almonds are a good fat and a good protein source, so they are a nice and healthy snack. Otherwise there are no special or extra health benefits. And, medicine would remain fully neutral on the topic of coconut oil on the skin. There is nothing there for health or not health. ...Read more
Polyphenol power: Green tea contains a variety of polyphenols, the medicinal property in foods in the form of "catechins." most studies suggest that catechins have anti-inflammatory, anticancer and antioxidant properties. As little as 3 cups of green tea per day can help your dna regulate itself through epigenetic pathways by "silencing" cancer causing genes and activating protector genes. Honey is sweet. :). ...Read more
Excess is stored: Hi. Excess sugar is stored, either as a sugar polymer (glycogen) in liver and muscle, or converted to fat (triglyceride) and stored. So excess sugar (and ALL sugar is natural) can be "fattening". Sugar is an excellent energy source, and in limited consumption, is OK. Good luck! ...Read more
Short answer, yes: Oat grains are de-husked, then heated and cooled to make oat groat--the most "raw" form you can buy. Groats are then rolled by machine or cut (steel cut). Rolled oats are okay to eat raw--they have been minimally processed making them more digestible. That being said, rolled oats eaten without further cooking will taste "green" and have a grittier chewing texture. They are healthy as are cooked. ...Read more
What to do if I love green tea and honey, so I was just wondering what the actual health benefits are?
Green tea & honey: Tea is derived from a tree called camellia sinensis. The leaves contain antioxidant polyphenols which have an anti-carcinogenic effect. The lighter the tea, the less it has been processed. White and green teas are especially helpful. Black teas have been dried and fermented. The linus pauling institute reported a study that suggest extracts from green tea can act as a plant-based alter >>. ...Read more
I've read that 1tblsp honey and 1tblsp cinnamon w/cup of hot water has many health benefits. Is this true?
It depends: I doubt you'll find scientific evidence as to the health benefits. That doesn't mean it is hype. A lack of evidence doesn't exclude the possibility of significant benefit. I find it best to have supplements tailored to the individual. In the U.S. naturopaths are often the best bet. If you have access to a good herbalist & I have a bias toward Chinese Medicine. (Cinnamon commonly used) ...Read more