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Non Fat Yogurt Mayonnaise Substitute
No: No, the medical evidence does not point to mayonnaise and yogurt causing acne, specifically. It is good, however to incorporate the "superfoods" into your diet, to reduce overall inflammation. I am overall not very happy with some of the wacky things Dr Oz is saying these days, but this post is spot on for Superfoodshttp://www.doctoroz.com/slideshow/dr-ozs-10-favorite-superfoods ...Read more
How many calories and fat are there in a plate of salad from pizza hut with low calorie mayonnaise?
It depends: Some people are notorious for adding condiments to their salad. Caloric amounts vary from 300 kcal to close to 2000 kcal. ...Read more
Adverse reaction: Mayonnaise is made from egg, mustard, lemon juice, oil, vinegar, etc... It might not be the typical allergic reaction but there is obviously something to which your body reacts adversely. You could try to pinpoint which exact item or you could try separate brands. You might want to even find your own recipe and keep it as simple as possible. That might be an alternative. ...Read more
Mayo: Yes, mayonnaise is an egg product and can be cooked. ...Read more
You're hot!!: Ever heard of hot tuna??It's a sandwich as well as a 60's rock group.So go ahead and heat it up if it serves a useful purpose but if you intend to ingest it (I hope) just do so in a reasonable period of time. If it sits around too long it just tastes awful and- could be a nice meal for some nasty bacteria. Also,be sparse with the mayonnaise;with too much it gets messy and it has a lot of calories ...Read more
Huh?: I know of no one who died from overdosing on mayonnaise. While it may be commonly believed that mayonnaise spoils easily & is a leading cause of food poisoning, the acid present in the condiment actually helps keep it free of dangerous microorganisms. You may not be feeling too swift after eating all that fat though. ...Read more
My girlfriend wants me to use mayonnaise as lubricant, but I have egg allergy. What do you advise?
I have acid reflux problem. When i eat bread & cheese/mayonnaise i feel like the problem gets worse. Is it bad to eat them?
Heartburn fixes: Short answer: avoid spicy ; greasy foods, tomato-foods, mints, alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, chocolate, late night meals before bed. Long answer: distinguish acid versus non-acid causes of reflux ; rule out motility problems of the esophagus ; stomach. You may want 1st to try behavior ; diet changes above, assess response to otc acid blockers (h2's are weaker than ppi's), ; see GI doc if persistent. ...Read more
Avoid them and...: It is important to avoid foods you are allergic to; in the case of eggs this includes foods made with eggs, including mayo, pastries, some noodles etc. How strictly to avoid them depends on what your reaction is. Many with allergies have intestinal imbalances such as yeast overgrowth & parasites. After treating these and continuing to avoid the food for several months sometimes allergies go away. ...Read more
I want to ask.. Is it ok to take banjo (2 slices of bread + egg + chili sauce + mayonaise) for daily breakfast?
Sounds interesting: Shouldn't be a problem.Get a more detailed answer ›
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