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Pomegran Fruit Xt Medication
My boyfriend has IBS and it's been a year he is taking medication but no improvement. Sometimes he get reddish excretion aftr eatng a fruit. What to do?
GI Doc: He needs to see his GI doc and discuss escalating his medications. ...Read more
OTC antacids: Prescription drugs- zantac tagamet Omeprazole Nexium (esomeprazole) etc would help reduce the acidity. Apples, bananas most veggies, egg white, low fat cheese etc could neutralize acidity. Avoid spicy foods, caffeine, soda, alcohol, lemon / oranges etc check link below for more info, . ...Read more
I'm taking medication that makes me constipated...Water, veggies, fruit do not work. Any laxatives u can suggest?
Smoked fruit flavoured hookah & took a drug test after a week. Does it show up in Drug test. Had only two sips. Applying job. Don't smoke normally..
Safe & Ineffective: No matter what the makers of these concoctions claim, there is no evidence that any compound, including those containing niacin, works to help people evade drug testing. Large amounts of fluid will dilute the urine, but this will be detected by most forms of drug testing and will be considered either a "failed" test or an adulterated one, which may even be worse. Stop using. That is what works. ...Read more
Sometimes.: Classically, people with latex allergy are often allergic to bananas. ...Read more
G.I Told Me Dat I Hav 2 Eat lots Of Fruits, Been On 6 Months Of Medication (Delzicol) My? Is What Type of Fruits R Good 4 My Type of Colitis?
Generally: It's not.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not advisable.: When patients that come to me asking about certain diets, I turn the questioning around and ask them, "could you safely participate in this diet for your entire life? " should you eat a lichi diet for the rest of your life? If it's not safe for the rest of your life, what makes it safe for 2 weeks or 2 months. The best diet is one you can apply to your eating habits life long. ...Read more
Could be: Any food can cause an allergy in a person. If you have symptoms every time you eat it, then you might be allergic or intolerant of the substance. If your symptoms go away when you don't eat it, that tells you that the particular food (quince in your case) is the culprit. ...Read more
No one answer: There is no set guideline, but if you roughly consume about 25% of your calories as fruit (and by that I mean the actual fruit, not fruit juice), that is a pretty good in ballpark estimate of how much to eat daily. So figure out how many calories is ideal for you and eat about 1/4 of that as fruit. ...Read more
The citrus fruits include orange, lemon, lime and grapefruit. For a little more information on citrus and citrus allergy go to:
http://www. Familyallergyasthmacare. Com/2013/11/lemon-lime-orange-and-grapefruit-citrus-allergy/. ...Read more
Depends: Fruit are high in sugar, but also rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Eating too much of anything generally means not getting enough of something else that the body needs. If you have diabetes, then too much can raise blood sugars. Try replacing a serving or two of fruit with vegetables. Freshly picked, organic vegetables can be as sweet as fruit with even more health benefits. ...Read more