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Nutrition Plus Medication
I have peripheral neuropathy of hands and feet, cause probably nutritional as no other, on renerve plus bt thrice a week, but still symtomatic, please help?
How often do you find nutritional intervention without drugs successful in a course of treatment for metabolic syndrome?
You've got the power: Eat well: good portions, whole grains, lots of fruits and veggies. Get moving 30-60 minutes every day. These are powerful things you can do for not only metabolic syndrome but also preventing cancer and being healthy all over. High five on asking good questions and making great changes. You can do it, . ...Read more
Is it considered unhealthy and even dangerous to take nutritional supplements with prescription drugs?
Maybe: Emeritus professor edzard ernst from the university of exeter said: 'survey after survey shows that large proportions of the population are trying 'natural' remedies for illness-prevention, all sorts of ailments, diseases or for states of reduced well-being. 'most experts. Agree that the potential for interactions is substantial" bottom line - check with your primary doc 1st! ...Read more
1c green plantains::
181 kcal fat 1 gm sat fat 0 gm chol 0 gm
na 6mg k 739mg mg 54.8mg
phos 50.3mg zinc 0.2mg cu 0.1mg
sel 2.2mcg h2o 96.6g om3fa 37mg
om6fa 63.6mg fiber 3.4g sugars 22.2g total carbs 47.2 g vit a 1668 iu vit c 27.2mg vit e 0.2mg vit k 1mcg vit b6 0.4mg thia 0.1mg ribo0.1mg folate (folic acid) 32.6mcg
choline 20mg pantothenic acid 0.4mg
protein 1.9g. ...Read more
Amanranth is high protein, high fiber, and packed with vitamins and minerals including vitamins a, b, k, c, folic acid, and riboflavin and minerals potassium, iron, copper, calcium, magnesium, phosporus, and manganese.
The oils in amaranth have been shown to prevent cardiovascular disease.
It's very tasty, and is utilized in many carribean, asian, indian & other ethnic dishes. ...Read more
Nopales: Looking at prickly pear cactus, we might not realize the paddles can be food -- but they have a long history in mexican cuisine. The flat pads are called "nopales;" the fruits are "tuna." nopales have lots of fiber, vitamins and minerals. For people with diabetes, eating nopales may lower blood glucose. Also, they have 17 Amino Acids -- 8 of them "essential" ones that our bodies can't make. ...Read more
Yes: We live in a toxic world. Every person has many toxins, such as heavy metals, pesticides, pcb's, dioxins, pthalates, pbb's etc. Detoxification programs can lower our body burdens of these chemicals & research shows people generally feel better after such programs & this may be the best way to prevent disease! I advise everyone to do an annual cleanse. There are many ways to cleanse- see comment:. ...Read more