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List Of High Protein Drinks
Ald asd level are 3x higher than normal level. I don't drink at all or eat high protein. Is there any way to lower them?
Work up: Elevated liver function tests needs work up like hepatitis screening, liver ultrasound, medication review and etc. Fatty infiltration of the liver is one of the most common cause of abnormal lft's. ...Read more
What is a drink that is high in carbs, low-protein? This drink is to help with the metabolic system.
Any fruit juice: Most drinks are low in protein.Dried fruits, especially apricots, raisins and currants have the highest protein content though these are still relatively low in protein value. Vegetables, especially beans, are relatively high in protein value so be careful of smoothies and even v8 type juices. Milk and other dairy products have relatively high protein. Most soda alcohol contains very little protein. ...Read more
How much/little protein should a person eat if they have high liver enzymes? I don't drink it's from old meds. Trying to lower them fast
How long does it take to get dehydrated. Sometimes I forget to drink for hours. My total protein was high one day in er. I had a panic attack, ?
It depends: Getting dehydrated depends on many factors -- how physically active you are, how warm and dry or humid your environment is, how you're dressed, how much you drink, your electrolyte status, etc. All these are variable. Baseline water intake for most is at least 8, 8oz glasses of water per day -- more if needed. You can get dehydrated before you feel thirsty, esp in low humidity places. ...Read more
I take high amount of animal protein, smoking, I have right lower back pain, I guess from kidney, which home fluids should I drink?? soft or cold?
Avoid simple sugars: Avoid soft drinks, table sugar, bread, pasta, starches, ice cream, anything with high fructose corn syrup. Eat vegetables, salads, beans, whole fruits with low sugar contents, chicken, fish and lean meat. Keep in mind that a can of beer has about 13 grams of sugar and drinking a few can take the low out of your low carb diet. ...Read more
Does gatorade cause protein in urine? I took a urine sample today and my doctor told me to stop drinking it. What are other causes of high protein?
Confusing!: Gatorade isn't a protein drink. Protein drinks do not cause protein in the urine. I've not heard of gatorade, which is convenient electrolytes in water, causing proteinuria. Misunderstanding? The most common cause of protein in the urine is some people who get this from standing -- check the first-voided morning urine. If it's up, your physician will want to check further. ...Read more
Lately, I was found with minor high level of thyroid. I workout and I drink whey protein shakes. So is it safe to take whey in thyroid disorder?
What caused liver enzyme sgot n sgpt went high? I don't drink. I only take supplements n protein for weight training purpose. Can u help me on this?
Need a workup: Most often nowadays, if you're taking no medications or alcohol, the first entity to consider is non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, which is largely genetic and for which physical fitness is a key to management. You may need to be checked for hepatitis B and C, Wilson's, hemochromatosis, and autoimmune hepatitis. Supplements may not be what's on the label. Good luck with the workup. ...Read more
Can not drinking enough water before a blood draw for potassium, calcium, total protein, albumin, globulin and hgb cause them to be slightly high.
Can strept throat cause globulin and protein levels to be elevated or is this from not drinking water for 2 days the cause of dehydration?
Is it ok to drink milk with high protien like 30g per bottle, I do pushups and pullups, 2 to 3 days a week only, any harms?
Protein- exercise: In general: before exercise load up with 20 gm of carbohydrate (sugar) for energy (fruit, gatorade...) 30-60 min before. Hydrate with water during exercise. If more than 1 hour (add another 20 gm of carbs). After exercise (within 30 minutes then use 20-25 gm of protein & 20 gm of carbs (ie whey hydrolized, gatorade chocholate drink...) to reload on the muscle- protein breakdown while exercising. ...Read more
Recovery: When lift weights other resistance training you are breaking down muscle tissue that your body will repair. The sooner you ingest protein (drinking a shake is one way, but eating real protein is just as effective and some argue better) the quicker it can be diverted to the muscles. Adding some good carbs like sweet potatoes is also useful as part of post wo meal. Try to eat/drink w/in 15min. ...Read more
My protein drink contains so many ingredients that it ends up being 25 ounces. It makes me very full. It that unhealthy.
Not necessarily: Most of that 25 oz is water, which your body needs anyway. The calorie load is whatever, and may or may not be an issue. If your goal is to be healthy, this can be a benefit, as long as the rest of your diet is balanced. Feeling full is one way to avoid the hunger monster that makes most people overeat. ...Read more
Yes: Depends on what you are trying to achieve. ...Read more
No: If you eat dairy products you can try greek yogurt or cottage cheese (otherwise soy/almond/coconut yogurt). Non dairy sources include chia seeds, beans, lentils, quinoa, eggs, artichokes, broccoli, avocado, asparagus, tofu, peas, spinach, beet greens, peanuts, pistachios, sesame seeds, garbanzo beans. ...Read more
Yes, but no: You can, but you don't want to. All protein drinks are is a bottle of extra calories -- calories that you probably don't need and don't want. Try 3 meals during the day, it's cheaper, tastes better and is much better for you. Protein shakes are metabolized to calories, just like anything else - otherwise you'd end up looking like what you eat. ...Read more