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Is Rice Good Or Bad For Indigestion
Taking Omega3 (plant not fish) and Red Rice Yeast, as per dr for high cholestrol. Experiencing gas, bloating, heartburn and constipation. Which is more likely culprit?
Either one could be: the culprit. Try stopping one for two weeks and see. Then stop the other if you still have gas. Good luck. ...Read more
Paleo diet, probioti:
The easiest way to improve digestion, reduce weight, cholesterol, is by completely stopping inflammatory foods like grains, lentils, potatoes based items. Also avoid milk protein (milk, yogurt, cheese) since it causes indigestion
Healthy food items such as eggs, fish, chicken, meats, vegetables, some saturated fat (butter, ghee, coconut oil), olive oil are very effective. Take probiotic daily ...Read more
Pain under lower ribs radiating from r to l w/bad indigestion and basically doubles me over for a good 15 to 30min & comes & goes, after takin pain med?
Could: It be a pancreatic problem, or an ulcer in esophagus or stomach, or a gallbladder issue? Recommend you have these checked, good luck! ...Read more
I have been having really bad stomach problems lately. Mostly just bad indigestion and lota of stomach acid / burping. Is pepcid (famotidine) a good choice?
Neither: Have you heatd the expression: "everything in moderation?" rice has alot of starch, which is not good especially if you don't try to eat it in moderation. That means a little is okay but alot is not. They say to avoid eating too much of the white foods, like: bread, pasta, potatos and rice. Less is more and better when it concerns starchy foods. Finally, brown rice is better for you than white is. ...Read more
Can eating chapathi only (as a dietary food) good for blood sugar patients? Is rice bad for blood sugar?
Carbohydrates: Eaten alone, chapathi and rice may cause your blood sugar to rise rapidly. Insulin doses and pancreatic response may not be able to keep up. If you want to eat those foods, adding protein, non-starchy (fibrous) vegetables, and healthy fat will help your system deal with the carbohydrate more gradually. Chapathi is a little more nutrient-dense than rice, though. http://tinyurl.com/mxm8qh3. ...Read more
Acid blockers...: Management of heartburn is two-fold. Dietary changes include avoiding citrus, chocolate, carbonated drinks, alcohol, smoking or eating too fast or too much. Pharmacotherapy of reflux entails neutralizing gastric acid with meds like tums, Pepcid (famotidine) or Prilosec — all otc. Good luck! ...Read more
I had really spicy good for dinner and now I'm having extremely bad heartburn. It feels like fire. What can I do for temporary relief?
Can you tell me is corn good or bad on a diet when you quit eating all carbs like potato, rice, pasta, gluten bread?
If you are aiming: For extremely low carbohydrates — think of corn as a starch. Corn should be eaten right after it is picked because the sugars in corn rapidly become starches. A large ear of sweet corn has > 24 grams of carbs. A program like atkin's induction phase may allow for only 20 net grams of carbs per day. ...Read more
Indigestion is a rather vague term. Think in descriptive terms like cramping, burning, nausea, heartburn, bloating, burping, painful, and also what makes it worse/better, to more accurately describe your complaint.
Hope this was helpful.
Alcohol is a chemical irritant that can cause inflammation in the stomach. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Because the protein can be difficult to break down. Consider ginger. Probably the simplest way to reduce nausea is with ginger. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organic ginger ; steep x 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. ...Read more
Lots of questions: It can depend on what you ate, when you ate it, how much you ate. All these issues should be addressed to your physician and your doctor will be able to advise you and do additional testing if necessary. Try to keep a log of the above questions so when you visit, you can answer the questions based on your findings. ...Read more
Other than the possibility of indigestion, why would it be bad to walk and eat at the same time? Eg. eating a sandwich on the run
Avoid eating in rush: U never get satisfaction because satiety center does not get signals. Possibility of choking. Remember stomach does not have teeth. Blood is diverted to exercising muscles hence relax and eat slowly for good digestion. ...Read more
I am getting stabbing pains in my chest daily for the past month and sometimes it gets so bad I can't stand it's not indigestion what could it be?
Chest wall pain: Chest pain in a young person like you could be from chest wall inflammation (costochondritis), acid reflux, esophageal spasm, pleurisy or other things that might occur depending on your medical history. You should see a doctor for further evaluation and also to make sure it is not related to your heart. ...Read more
I think I have indigestion... But it's kept me from eating for the last 2 days and is not easing. I'm a fitness instructor so no food = no good. Help!?
Let's See...: Being unable to eat anything for 2 days because of "indigestion" (I assume this is your description of a painful sensation in your upper abdomen) is problematic and warrants a closer look. Many people experience a "hyperacidity" that disrupts sleep and causes a sour taste. But, an inability to eat anything sounds more concerning. How about a visit to your pcp? I'd advise this. ...Read more
Ginger: Ginger, either in the form of ginger tea, candied ginger, or ginger root extract is known to be good for preventing nausea, prevent vomiting and even for curing motion sickness. I would also recommend reading this article by the director of the arizona center for integrative medicine on various natural remedies for specific types of indigestion: http://huff. To/es9qzm. ...Read more
Had bad indigestion this morning. Back and right arm had pain. Right arm above elbow continues to throb (3 hrs later)? Cause?
I had a severe reflux and heartburn for days, now I'm taking Esomeprazole every morning, heartburn gone but I have bad indigestion, is that normal?
Possibly okay!: You may be responding to Esomeprazole, but the reflux does not completely heal for three weeks. Also avoid acid drinks such as cola, alcohol, acid foods, and stop nicotine products. See your doctor if problems continue or if you are having more indigestion with exertion or exercise. ...Read more
Can tons of gas, indigestion result in really anxious jumpy tummy. I have a really bad infrequent diet.?
Consultation with: You need to see a physician, nutritionist or dietitian to help you improve your eating habits and food choices. ...Read more
What causes bumps on back of tongue and how to get rid of them? They don't hurt. A few days ago I had a good indigestion. Thanks
Taste buds: The bumps on the back of your tongue are your taste buds and you don' t want to get rid of them. The next time you see your dentist or physician, show your tongue and discuss with them. ...Read more
I had severe reflux/heartburn for months, Dr put me on pantoprazole twice a day, reflux/heartburn are gone but I have bad indigestion/bloating?
Pantoprazole: Use over longer periods of time can predispose one for small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. Diagnosed by breath testing, treated with particular antibiotics. Ask your doctor for more information. ...Read more
I have GERD and take omeprazole (40mg) daily. No issues for 7 yrs. For about a week I have been getting bad indigestion. What could cause this?
M23 non-smoker. Have flu like symptoms for 3 days, but also have bad indigestion and heartburn. Never had this accompany a flu before. Is this normal?
Bad case of very strong hiccups every few seconds for many hours straight already. Causing me headache & bad indigestion cuz of intensity. What to do?
See answer: Hiccups are due to involuntary contractions of the diaphragm. They are often due to sudden excitement or emotional stress. A temporary swollen stomach caused by overeating or eating too fast, drinking fizzy drinks, or swallowing air. A sudden change in temperature (very hot or cold food or drinks, a cold shower, etc). Alcohol. Excess smoking. For treatment see: http://bit.ly/1KmgNlE ...Read more