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List Of Zone Diet Fast Food
Wouldn't recooment it: In general most fast food restaurants contain foods which are loaded with high concentrated calories. Even salads at fast food restaurants contain lots of calories typically from the dressing of fried toppings. The best way to lose weight is to avoid processed food and concentrate on a whole food approach. To sum it up eat lean meats, fruits and vegetables. ...Read more
Refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
Why do you ask?: What I can tell you is this. People love to criticize other people's food choices. When we control for obesity and lack of exercise, alcohol and smoking, most supposed benefits of "healthy eating" and especially vegetarianism disappear. Fast food outlets offer low salt low fat options that you may prefer. Government guidance on diet largely political and keeps changing. Stay fit and eat sensibly ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dietitian: At 17 years old, this is the time to develop healthy habits, including eating. A consultation with a nutritionist would be a great start. He or she can go over you lifestyle, and recommend gradual changes that you can manage. Obesity is a true epidemic, and it only gets more difficult to manage as you age. Watch the processed carbohydrates, don't drink your calories, and eat smaller portions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lately, my hair has been way more oily than ever & I've been bloated. Only thing in diet that has changed is no more fast food/soda. What can it be?
Can too much salt in diet/fast food taken for long term harm the endothelium lining and cause endothelium dysfunction?
Salt: Probably not but change to only half the amount of salt. If this does not have an effect on your feeling - relax! That said, if the half dose of salt doesn't change how you feel you must see your primary doctor. Please keep me informed. ...Read more
I cut out soda, milk, and fast food out of my diet. Just water and beer on weekends now. Try eating better but no time and can't cook. No results?
No results for what?: What is your endpoint? What is it that you are looking for results with? Can't answer question without that information. If you are not eating on the weekends, and replacing it just with water and beer, you are doing yourself no favors. You need healthy balanced meals, 5 servings (at least) of fruits and vegetables, reduce animal products and alcohol in your diet for any healthy result. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Isthe damage that processed, and fast food does tothe brain reversible? Heard that people with high amounts of trans fats in diet had smaller brain vol.
Eating junk food, fast food n like bad diet everyday cause my vagina2smell somedays? No itch, no pain during sex/urinate. Maybe it's just my normal odor.?
Never heard of it: Try to observe a healthy diet for a week or too and see if there is any change. I have not hear of this relationship but you may be onto something interesting... When I think not vaginal odor I think bacterial vaginosis: could this be related to diet? Never heard of it, but interesting concept. Bad odor is never normal: the entire reproductive system has evolved to be attractive to potential mates. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
M 28.All fast food diet, ALT turned up 135, mildly fatty liver in ultrasound, had silymarin for 2 wks, alt=113, after 2 more wks, ALT 175! no hep b, c?
Elevated LFT's: If you continued your fast food diet but expected milk thistle to correct the effects on your liver, you now have evidence that this didn't work. There could also be problems with the preparation you used, as some have been associated with elevations in alt. Http://tinyurl. Com/krz5efy drinking alcohol heavily or large quantities of liver-affecting medications like tylenol (acetaminophen) could cause this too. ...Read more
Hearing vitamins may do more harm than good. Vita-paks/multivitamin recommended if not consuming well-balanced diet (high fat content/fast food meals)?
Baby acne on her cheeks behInd her ears & all over her head normal? Not spreadIng to body but seems worse somedays could my dIet be cause? Fast food?
I'm on a homely diet since April : Low fat, Medium Carb & veg protein. Low on Ani protein, no red meat, No fast food, greasy/fried food. High Veg, Fruits. Brisk walking. I lost 13 lbs in this tenure. Is this normal loss or I am seriously ill inside?
19 yr old male, skin tone on hands appears yellow. Highly active, professional ballet dancer. Diet could be better, fast food, etc. Heavy veggie juice?
Could be: At age 19, most likely explanation would be heavy vegetable juicing. Foods such as carrots, oranges, spinach, squash and sweet potatoes are rich in beta-carotene and can cause skin discoloration/yellowing. To be safe, can also get blood tests with your doctor to make sure you do not have diabetes or jaundice (caused by liver dysfunction/disease). ...Read more
Consult OB/GYN doc: I don't know anybody of using this diet, but I know the concept. I would be concerned if your are losing a lot of weight during your pregnancy. I would consult obstetrician to be sure that everything is ok with a fetus and get the ultrasound. You can use home delivery system if it's completely a normal pregnancy. ...Read more
Low carb diet: The Zone diet became popular in the mid-90s as an early low carb diet. Dr Barry Sears, a biochemist, developed the diet. It was summarized in a number of his books on it. The first was aptly entitled 'The Zone Diet'. His popular summary of how to shop for the diet: stay at the outer perimeter of the supermarket and avoid the aisles, became an oft paraphrased recommendation. ...Read more
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Fast Food (Definition)
Fast food is food that is prepared quickly through a standardized method and is provided at cheap restaurants. Examples of fast food include pizza, burgers, and French fries. Fast food is often loaded with excess sodium, fat, and calories, and increases the risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. ...Read more