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Paneer Is Good Or Bad For Heart Patients
Diabetes And Coffee: Coffee is good for prevention of diabetes.In a study it was found if you drink more than6/7cups regular or decaf coffee daily you have 35% less chance of developig diabetes as compared to those who drink less than2cups a day. Those who drink4to6cups of coffee a day reduce their risk by28%.It may be due to antioxidant effect and mineral like magnesium&chromium, which helps body use insulin. Not caff. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
DASH diet: (google dash diet for hypertension). The specific dietary restrictions depend on how severe your kidney disease and what your labs look like. Generally, we recommend: low sodium (salt), low potassium (depends on blood potassium level) and low phosphorus diet. Some experts recommend a low protein diet but this is controversial. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alcohol: Alcohol is a cardiac toxin in more than very small doses. We generally don't recommend alcohol for patients with heart abnormalities. If a patient is an alcoholic and having withdrawal symptoms coincident with some acute cardiac problem, might consider some alcohol to blunt the withdrawal. ...Read more
How bad is cream cheese for health. Are cheeses in general bad too for people with high cholesterol?
Fats solid @ rm temp: as a general rule are bad for you as they are saturated (with hydrogen bonds) and so solid, not liquid at room temp. Saturated fats raise LDL (the "bad cholesterol"), which when oxidized causes plaque accumulation. Cream cheese, butter, and cheeses in general are solids at room temp, high in saturated fat and hence atherosclerotic. ...Read more
Is ginger good for a diabetic or good for anything? I use it with tea and coffee. They taste good with it.
YES- many benefits: Yes, ginger improves Insulin sensitivity ; lowers cholesterol ; inflammation so it is very good for diabetics- see http://bit.Ly/15zcnkz. In fact ginger is very good for everyone- it has a wide range of health benefits. See http://www.Whfoods.Com/genpage.Php?Tname=foodspice;dbid=72 for details. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Physiology: Aerobic exercise beneficially impacts the cardiovascular tone of the body (lower bp, lower heart rate, increased cardiac reserve), as well as helps with weight and blood sugar management. Stimulants simply ramp up the heart rate and blood pressure as a direct effect of the chemicals (usually caffeine, but some analogues to Adrenalin are in them, too), without the physiologic benefits. ...Read more
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Detox tea: The short answer is that there is no medical literature supporting this as beneficial, and no guarantee that it may not be harmful. ...Read more
Are artificial sweeteners such as Equal, Splendid, etc. a bad choice for people with diverticulitis and if so what is an acceptable substitute?
Eat more fiber.: There is no known direct link with sugar or its substitutes causing diverticulitis flare up. However sugar and sweeteners can cause diarrhea or other GI symptoms in certain patients. In general if you have diverticulosis a high fiber diet will help. And that would include avoiding food high in sugar. If you have chronic diverticulitis, it may time to visit a surgeon. ...Read more
Is cla - conjugated linoleic acid good for lose weight and cutting/shredding and is it bad for liver or kidneys or in anyway is it bad for my health ?
Yes: Cla is a supplement that may speed weight loss found more in meat and dairy.Cla 800 mg prometes fat burning.It is likely safe when is used in normal dosis. ...Read more
Listen to your body: Caffine in coffee is a stimulant. It is best taken in small amounts. 1 cup a day is what i recommend. Lukewarm liquids are best in general. If you can tolerate it then if you want to ice it pay attention and see how your body respond. Caffine is helpful for migraine headaches when needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It depends on the timing of the dvt. If the problem is new, then you should avoid exercising the involved limb, on the other hand if the DVT is already treated and you are therapeutic on your anticoagulant, then exercise is not your enemy. If you are over-weight then losing weight will actually decrease the risk of recurrence of your dvt. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Generally good: L-carnitine is proven to benefit ischemic heart disease (those with heart attacks/angina) ; may help those with heart failure ; hypertension. It likely works best in conjunction with other nutrients like coq10, magnesium ; ribose. See http://ods.Od.Nih.Gov/factsheets/carnitine-healthprofessional/ ; http://www.Heartmdinstitute.Com/health-topics/supplements/318-the-awesome-foursome. ...Read more
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