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Non Fat Yogurt Vs Regular
Read the labels.: Non-fat greek yogurt may have up to 22 grams of protein per cup - making it a very good and inexpensive source of protein. Other yogurt will likely have considerably less protein. So check out the labels for this and other foods as you make your choices. Good luck. Lgromkomd. ...Read more
Is drinking low- fat milk better than non fat milk? Had heart surgery...Is non fat milk even good for you vs. Low fat.
Yes: The low fat diet is helpful only if fatty foods exacerbate the symptoms. A low fat diet does nothing to prevent problems with gallstones. If you're having trouble with them, See a general surgeon for a consultation to find out if laparoscopic gallbladder removal is appropriate. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Which probiotic is best for reducing body odor? Eating yogurt, chlorophyll tablets, less meat & more fruits & vegetables has not made any difference.
Oils: The oils we eat are exuded through the pores. Did you ever notice a garlicky smell after a meal with garlic? You can try to look at the oily foods you eat to see if adjusting them helps. However, anti-antiperspirant with Aluminum Chloride seems to be the most effective anti-antiperspirant which helps reduce body odor. Finally, daily soap and water of the areas with apocrine glands is essential ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Carbs r same as milk: Greek yougurt is made with sheeps milk or in us with cows milk and has the same carbohydrate as in milk, the sugar carb is lactose less than regular yougurt as it is strained and some lactose is lost and rest is protein and fat.So the carbs are not bad but if no sugar(sucrose) is added to as it will add to the calories.It can be tolerated by lactose intolerant people due to low lactose content. ...Read more
Whole milk vs 2% vs skim milk? For a 23yr old female that has slightly high LDL level. Lives an active life and eats healthy.
New Health Info: We all grew up worrying about fat. When in reality we should be worrying more about sugar. Especially if one is talking about cholesterol and cardiac risks. It is the sugar in things that lead to elevated risk from fats. Milk is very high in sugar content. Anyone who has a weight problem should consider changing to non-sweetened almond milk (high in protein and low in sugar) or cutting milk out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible to lose weight by walking using only treadmill for 1 hour daily , with healthy diet & avoid fried items, high fat & carbohydrates?
Yes;No; NotBestFocus: Wt loss simple: reduce food enough, track wt. Daily to 0.1 lb ; verify wt. Going down. However emotions, internal drives ; bogus marketing of false ideas get in the way + priorities keep changing, moment by moment. Food choices 1st - ex. (if not intensive) minor. Study: "how the goverment makes you fat", "why we get fat", eatingacademy.Com, "sugar: the bitter truth", nusi.Org, fatchance.Html, etc. ...Read more
Vegetarian capsules: Are usually called vcaps rather than softgel. Just check with the manufacturer via the net or a phone call to be sure. Peace and good helth. ...Read more
Is milk products bad for diverticulitis every night like sugar free ice cream and less fat in vanilla.
Which is better for healthy, active female who doesn't want to bulk up, but just tone the muscles casein or whey protein (0 fat, sugar, carb)?
Toss-up: Greek yogurt has more protein and both have some amount of probiotics, which are healthy bacteria to maintain a healthy gut. They probably make no difference for someone your age. Beware of any additives to either yogurt such as fruits and sugar as they make the product less healthy. Limit your dairy in general, but if you pressed for an answer, i would say greek is slightly better. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
R frozen fruits n veggies just as healthy as non frozen? Is activia yogurt healthy as they say on tv?
The experts disagree: mostly there is a small (20-50%) decline in vitamins in frozen versus the very freshest fruits/vegetables (but fiber is unchanged and that's much higher than NOT eating fruit/vegetables). The bacteria / helpful microorganisms in probiotics are HARD to study and HARD to keep alive. The studies vary on whether the probiotics can live all the way to the colon. ...Read more
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