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Potato Corn Chowder
My son is 2 y.o and 3 month he refuses to eat everything what is healthy like soup&vegies. He only accepts fried potato and sosages. What to do?
Children's eating: A wonderful book, How to Get Your Child to Eat...But Not Too Much by Ellyn Satter is fabulous. She breaks the book down into age groups so you don't have to read the whole thing now.. But her phrase, "Parents are responsible for what food is put in front of their child, children are responsible for how much they eat" is great. Clear guidance to help ease your worry. All kids go through some stage ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I ate potato soup for breakfast and within 30 minutes my blood sugar was 305, is this normal to be this high that?
Glycemic Index: Potatoes are high in the glycemic index (GI) & therefore are easily digested into glucose. The GI measures how carbohydrate-containing food raises glu..As a general rule, the more cooked or processed a food, the higher the GI. Check these web sites http://www.diabetes.org/ http://www.health.harvard.edu http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/glycemic-index-diet-for-dummies-cheat-sheet.html ...Read more
Stomach cramps, pain in back, and burning feeling in stomach after eating potatoes or potato soup. Feels like inside is expanding. Any ideas?
Maybe allergic: If the only food you cannot tolerate is potatoes, then you might be allergic. If you can tolerate them in some forms, though, that is another story and is not so easy. For now, stay away. Ask your doc. It could be worse! you could be gluten intolerant. Also potato starch is in a lot of packaged foods and some crackers and bread, so read labels. If eliminating potatoes, and still sick see MD ...Read more
My entire body broke into hives and a rash especially around my arms after i took tynenol cold & ate some chicken noodle soup with potatoes. Both i've had before without reaction. What could be the cause?
What are good foods to eat after having a wisdom tooth extraction so particles won't get in the socket? besides yogurt, ice cream, soup mashed potatos
Mild fever and knawing/burning pain in the upper middle part of my back. Started after eating potato soup. Burping and lower ab cramps. ?
See doctor.: Eating soup should not produce fever. If you have these symptoms, you need to be examined by a physician as soon as possible. Contact your physician for further advice, or go to the emergency department for an evaluation. There are several causes for abdominal cramps. Assessment for these causes cannot be done via the internet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Soup including broccoli, carrot, potato, 3 cloves of garlic, chicken breast and marrow enough if taken just twice a week?banana, apple&orange everyday
Soup Sensation: Soup can be an excellent meal as you can add very nutritious constituents to the mix. Consuming adequate proportions of carbohydrates, proteins and fats is essential to good health. Depending upon the quantity consumed at each sitting, soup could be a "complete" meal, however care must be taken to avoid soup if it cannot be stored properly based on the components in it. ...Read more
Nausea, increase in passing gas and occasional burping. Feeling hot at times. No fever. Started 2 days ago after eating potato soup.
No more potato soup!: Air in the digestive tract may come from a variety of sources--maldigestion due to enzyme deficiency (ex. Lactose intolerance) or food intolerance (ex. Gluten sensitivity), fermentation by gut bacteria (as with bacterial overgrowth syndrome or changed flora after antibiotics), altered GI tract motility, excessive air swallowing, as well as inflammatory and infectious causes. Easy to test 4 these. ...Read more
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