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Phosphorated Carbohydrate Medication
Eating at night syndrome. I can't stop my self from eating at night. I eat highly carbohydrate food and sugar. Any Medication to stop appetite.
Yes actually: There are medications. For. Binge eating. And some lifestyle modification to help you. Talk to your physician about this ...Read more
How much carbs should a person with diabetes have daily. Which food must be completely avoided if both fasting and pp are high inspite of medications.
Depends: In general, the less carb you take, the better off you are with diabetes. But a life totally without carb can be an unpleasant one. As to how much, it would depend on your lifestyle (how much exercise etc) and severity of your condition and thus you need to consult a dietitian re. Your diet. ...Read more
Carbohydrate craving: Medication doesn't usually help with that. High levels of sugar and carbohydrates have been shown to affect mood so I would avoid excessive amounts of both of these in your diet. Exercise has been shown to help both depression and cravings for food. Work on a healthier diet and regular exercise with enough sleep as that should help. ...Read more
Among food: Groups, you can still eat proteins and fats. You can also eat leaf vegetables whose carbs are cellulose, which is non-digestable by humans. ...Read more
Healthy carbs: Vegetables, leafy greens, and fruits are all healthy carbohydrates. You want to avoid too much sugar in one day, though --which means limiting very sweet fruits (papaya, bananas, pineapple, etc) to infrequent desserts only. Replace simple carbs like white breads, potatoes, & rice with more complex carbs like whole wheat (if you eat wheat) bread, brown rice, quinoa, sweet potatoes, etc. ...Read more
Possibly: The latest research has shown that diet and exercise and weight reduction are the biggest factors affecting pre-diabetes. There are some programs using a drug such as metformin in this condition. Best advice - keep your weight down and exercise regularly. Discuss the use of medication with your doctor if this does not do the whole job. ...Read more
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Plenty: A no carb diet is the extreme of a low carb diet. Carbs provide energy for daily activities including exercise. Fruits and vegetables are carbs and have an abundance of antioxidants. The bottom line is that most things taken o the extreme are not good. The body, at least for the long term, is about balance. ...Read more
Unnecessary: The food for man was already here when we arrived on earth. Carbohydrates are in simple form as in so much man made food. Complex carbohydrates occur in fresh fruit and vegetables and you do not have to consider the allowance. Eat fewer calories and maintain fitness. ...Read more
Hard takes effort: You need to read labels of the foods and calculate by the portion you have eaten. For fodd without labels there are books just for carb counting. After doing a lot it will become second nature! Good luck! ...Read more
4cal: Four calories per gram of carbohydratesGet a more detailed answer ›
Sugar: Is a type of carbohydrate.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends upon Size: The amount of carrots is the determing factor. The carb amount should be listed on the bag if store bought. ...Read more
Some carbohydrates are soluble in water. Examples are glucose, fructose, and sucrose. You have probably heard of these- they are often added to processed food.
Some carbohydrates are not soluble. Some are not even digestable! Think about celery. When you chop it up, what is it made of? Can it dissolve in water? Some large-sized carbohydrate molecules from plants are not be soluble. ...Read more
Yes, in moderation: Make half your meal vegetables and fruits. Go for variety. And keep in mind that potatoes and french fries don't count. Choose whole grains & limit refined grains. Pick the healthiest sources of protein. Drink lots of water. Stay active. Check out http://www. Sparkpeople. Com or http://www. Myfitnesspal. Com. They offers nutrition, health, and fitness tools, support, and resources that are 100% free. ...Read more
The same: Glucose is a monosaccharide, a simple sugar. Any sugar or starch is considered a carbohydrate. Carbohydrates can be more complex, like in pasta. They can be less complex like the disaccharide found in milk, which is lactose (composed of glucose and galactose), as another example. ...Read more
Mono, di and polysaccharides.
Eg. Of monosaccharides: glucose, fructose, and galactose
eg. Of disaccharides: sucrose = (glucose + fructose); lactose = (glucose + galactose); maltose = (glucose + glucose).
Simple carbohydrates: (mono and disaccharides). Complex carbohydrates: (starch, fiber, eg. Of polysaccharides: starch/glycogen
fiber (non-digestible polysaccharide). ...Read more
Caloric energy: 9 calories per gram of fat and 4 calories per gram of carbohydrate. ...Read more
Glycemic index.: That to which you infer is the glycemic index, which is an indicator of the simplicity of a carbohydrate source. Bananas have a high GI, and behave more like a simple sugar. Apples, blueberries, cranberries and strawberries have a low GI, behaving more like complex carbohydrates. ...Read more