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Is marnys junior multivitamin royal jelly syrup ok for children 3-4 years age group as a supplement?
Sir, i m using.Pabatab bz medicine ingredients are paraaminobenzoic acid, biotin, cal. Panthothenate, niacinamide, zno etc.For grey hair. Is it correct?
PABA preservative: Paba is a common preservative and does not accomplish dying of the hair. Other ingredients will vary by manufacturer. ...Read more
I am drinking Berkley & Jensen sparkling water cranberry raspberry flavor. I read in the ingredient that it has Sucralose. Is this good for you?
Artificial Sweetner: Look up Sucralose, eg. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sucralose. Since sugars (carbohydrates) are the primary driver of obesity, Diabetes Mellitus, atherosclerosis & cancer, this is likely a better alternative to real sugars. However, it tastes sweet, stimulates insulin, fat storage & reduces ketosis (burning fat), so not perfect. Suggest study: dietdoctor.com, FatChance.html, etc. ...Read more
Effective for short : It is a strong combination of steroid and anti fungal antibiotic cream and is very effective without knowing your actual case, it is effective but i will not recommend to be used for long period as it cancause skin thinner than normal skin discolouration of skin strech marks on skin widening of veins on skin so folow the instructions given by your dermatologist or your family doctor. ...Read more
Definitely NO!!!: Sounds like you have quite a prejudice against organic foods. Numerous research studies show organic foods contain significantly higher amounts of vitamins, minerals & antioxidants- up to 10 times more antioxidants! they also, of course, have much lower levels of pesticide residues and pesticides have been associated with increased risk of many serious illnesses like cancer...(cont. In comments). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I would not smoke it: Lobelia, which is sometimes called pokeweed, is smokable but i can't find reliable info on safety of smoking phytolacca & advise caution. Pokeweed is an interesting plant that can be toxic but also has potential medicinal uses. Phytolacca is used in folk medicine for cancer, rheumatism, dysentery, asthma & dermatitis. See http://varenya.Hubpages.Com/hub/the-pokeweed-beautiful-poisonous-and-useful. ...Read more
Looks reasonable but: I'm fairly impressed with the active ingredients. My only concern is some of the toxic ingredients like titanium dioxide ; acesulfame potassium in the coating ; it probably has gmo-derived corn ; soy but these are in trace amounts so it probably is ok to try. But if your main concern is weight loss also consider http://bit.Ly/178bmuf. Supplements may help but diet is crucial: http://bit.Ly/1dhw9ht. ...Read more
Unknown: Avoid things that make you break out, soaps ; wetness. Wash your hands only when necessary. Wear gloves when needed. Wear clothes made of cotton. Bathe only with a small amount of mild unscented soap, such as dove. Keep the water temperature cool or warm, not hot! use the medicine your doctor gave you. Use a plain moisturizer daily. Avoid scratching or rubbing the itchy area. Manage stress. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My dad have hair oil recipe name(secrets) product for damaged hair it contains (cactus+honey+jojoba+cononut) oils iwant know is it perfert product?
Maybe: There is nothing harmful so you may use it. Scientific evidence of efficacy is absent. It doesn't sound that it is apporved by any goverment bureau, so use at your own risk, but it is probably harmless ...Read more
We know that soy product contain pythic acid. Is it really safe to take isolated soy protein (amway, shaklee, ..) while breastfeeding?"
Phytic r folic acid?: Folic acid is strongly recommended before and during pregnancy to prevent neural defects like spina bifida. Phytic acid should probably be avoided during pregnancy & breastfeeding as it can chelate (bind to) important minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc & make them unabsorbable, leading to potential mineral deficiencies. Ask OB about this chemical. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, of course not: Most people reach their maximum height in their late teens. Without nutritional problems or chronic childhood illnesses, height is largely based on genetics and parental heights. Aside from eating right, exercising, sleeping well, and being happy, there's not much a person nor his doctor can do to increase height. In rare cases, growth hormone is approved for use in younger, extremely short kids. ...Read more
Likely unknown: Diet plans that are not studied with good scientific research cannot prove they have the benefits they claim. That means they can say many things, and the "customer" testimonials can say many things, but their claims are just claims. There's little or no proof that their claims are true, unless there is real, scientific research. ...Read more