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Olive Oil Side Effects
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If you have lemon juice mix with olive oil and you take it every morning what benefits or side effects it has?
It was suggested to me that adding a teaspoon of olive oil to a glass of orange juice daily would increase hdl. Is this true? Possible side-effects?
Olive oil: It is well known fact that olive oil has beneficial effect on both ldl.And hdl.Bot why would you like to drink olive oil in a glass of orange juice.You should use olive oil for cooking and enjoy the taste of coocked food and derive the health benefits.Olive oil brings the LDL (bad cholesterol) down and raises the( good cholesterol)hdl .But if you want to drink the cocktail thats ok. ...Read more
Do olive oil had any side effect over new born bay if it is applied to his/her body as a massage oil..?
Not likely.: This probably would not have and side effect unless the newborn has an allergy, or a lot is used. ...Read more
Have neck pain on right side, ear on right side also hurts with pain in the chest.. Tried warm olive oil, but did not help.. This all started about a?
Pain on right side of ear and neck, pain in chest, with dizziness... Tried warm olive oil in ear did not help. Has been going on for about a week?
What are the pros and cons of taking olive oil orally as a home remedy should it be done or not and will it have lasting effects (good or bad)?
Im 18 years old, Dark brown spots on my neck, no effects or itch, it might be spreading i don't know, Ive tried olive oil but don' work, what is this?
Rash: Rashes are very hard to diagnose without photograph. If you would like a virtual consult, I would be happy to help you. www.healthtap.com/drhilarypetersel keycode RQJVYP Otherwise, I would suggest seeing a dermatogist or your pediatrician if you are concerned. ...Read more
If you must fry…: Olive oil & canola oil are probably the most healthful due to their polyunsaturated fats. Olive oil's shortcoming is its low burning point, which some cooks adjust by adding some butter. Canola tolerates higher temperatures than olive oil. Try baking or broiling instead of frying; they're even more healthful. ...Read more
Yes: Olive oil is rich in unsaturated fat and has been shown to increase your good cholesterol (HDL) and lower your bad cholesterol (ldl). It does not mean that you can replace olive oil with your other oil and constantly eat fried/greasy food. The liver will see this as just a mass input of fat and eventually this will be detrimental to your health. You should visit your pcp and come up witha a plan. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not really: Cool compresses; aloe vera gel (avoid the ones with Benzocaine as they can cause allergic skin reaction); topical otc steroid cream for more painful burns (remember to use very sparingly to avoid potential skin damage). Prevention is even better: sun blocks that protect against uva & uvb applied b4 exposure; long sleeves, broad-brimmed hats, pants. For sever blistering, see fp. ...Read more
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