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Save your money: Throughout the history of mankind - there seems to have been two quests. The first was for the fountain of youth. The second was the search for a penile enhancement elixir. To the best of my knowledge, neither has been discovered to date. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello doctor mare skin black hai kuch bhi lagati hu frak nahi padat please koi aisa prouduct batye?
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Strawberry: Flavoring. The only way to know if the favoring is fattening or otherwise harmful is to know the ingredients. Please look on the label. It may be loaded w/high fructose corn syrup, which is fattening and bad for blood sugar. There may also be chemicals in it. You are far better off eating real fruit. Peace and good health. ...Read more
17y.o.Lotsof Bdy hair;have mustache;beard growing, butmypenis is 3 inches-erect and 1inch-flaccid ;circum-big as thumb. What iswrong?willitstillgrow?
Maybe...but no proof: Green coffee bean extract is considered "possibly safe" in adults and is sometimes used for weight loss, hypertension and other conditions. It has not been studied in children or teens. There is no conclusive proof that it works for these or other conditions. The active ingredient in caffeine. http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-1264-green%20coffee.aspx?activeingredientid=1264 ...Read more
Good start!: Cold pressed is good, avoid preservatives.Get a more detailed answer ›
Probably Acceptable: Monk Fruit In The Raw® is a zero-calorie sweetener made from monk fruit, a vine-ripened fruit native to Asia. The monk fruit extract, which is about 300 times sweeter than cane sugar, is blended with dextrose, a bulking agent, so that it can be conveniently measured, poured and used as a substitute for sugar or other caloric sweeteners. *Each packet contains less than 3 calories per serving, ...Read more
Blueberries aren't..: The healthiest part of a blueberry muffin would be the blueberries therein. Muffins by definition are not healthy, and making a muffin with blueberries or bran or apples won't magically make the muffin a healthy food. Tasty, yes, but not healthy and fattening. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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Depends: It depends on the type and location of the fracture and the age of the patient. Often times, wearing a brace and avoiding strenuous activities will allow a compression fracture to heal in younger patients. In the elderly, if these measures fail, a kyphoplasty may be an option. Check out spine-health.Com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A myth: Almost any plant product has been at one time or another advertised as having some terrific health benefit. This is the same for bananas and use of the banana peel will not lighten the skin. ...Read more
I take 9/10 chose of coffee and tea daily.I broke tibia fibula&had intramedullary nailing a month ago.Will tea/coffee hamper bone healing?
Is it true that if we make porridge from several fruits (apple, cherries, cherry plum, banana, medlar, peach) will lose their vitamins?
I have read online about a great skin lotion made with olive oil almond oil rose water beeswax and onion juice first olive oil almond oil onion juice and beeswax is heated until beeswax melts and the rose water is added when it cools down I wanted to ask
Get otc: I would get cerave or cetaphil restoraderm. ...Read more
Insufficient reports: Green coffee beans are beans that have not been roasted. Roasting decreases chlorogenic acid, a chemical that is believed to increase metabolism and help with weight loss. Inadequate studies have been done to prove safety or to determine correct dosing. Green beans also contain caffeine, which is well known to cause upset stomach, jitteriness, insomnia and occasionally anxiety. ...Read more