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Pros Cons Of Drinking Lime Juice
Not particularly: Unfortunately, there is no "magic bullet" in regards to foods that will significantly ramp up your metabolism. ...Read more
Lime juice: Lime juice can be a refreshing and healthy drink if used in moderation. The lime juice is a highly acidic drink, and can lead to stomach upset or acid-related problems. Also the acidic drink is not healthy for your teeth, so consume with caution and moderation. ...Read more
I am not aware: Of this being a cause for missing periods. ...Read more
I'm a slim person will I loose too much weight if I drink lime juice and warm water every morning?
My last period was on 18th November. I did test and it came +ve. When is my due date? Can I drink lemon or lime juice bcos I don't want to get too fat
August 24, 2015: August 24 is the estimated due date that matches with a last menstrual period that started November 18. Drinking lemon or lime juice (or other acidic liquids) can cause heartburn and stomach symptoms. Heartburn is already a frequent problem during pregnancy, even without drinking acidic juices. Just don't overeat, and one's weight gain should stay in the normal range. Avoid sugary foods or drinks. ...Read more
Does drinking lime juice and warm water in the morning make you loose weight and is it good for indigestion also?
Food Myths: Nope. Not in any way. And no to both questions. ...Read more
Can you drink lime juice - just a small amount added to water, if you are on coumadin, (warfarin) flecainide and bisoperal fumerate?
Yes.: Yes. There is nothing in the little bit of lime juice that you probably don't eat on a daily basis anyways. ...Read more
Bitter gourd: The claim is that this lowers blood sugars and is good for diabetics. I know of no scientific evidence to support this claim, but if you want to try it, it should not be harmful except to your wallet. ...Read more
It is loaded with beta carotene which is source of vit a.And minerals, vitamin c, k, magnesium, phosphorus and choline. If you drink too much it may cause carrrotnemia, in which your skin turns to a yellowish color, it is not dangerous but causes discoloration of your skin
it is excellent for your liver, eyes, hair and skin if you drink in moderation. ...Read more
Weight loss: In my opinion, people often focus too much on diet supplements when considering weight loss. There is far too little emphasis on activity. Even a brisk walk once per day can raise metabolic rate for 18 hours afterward. In short, high fiber, high protein diets have a prolonged gastric transit time. These foods stay in the stomach a long time give satiety (appetite suppression). +Run & swim ...Read more
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Yes: Be careful to wash the apples as they have been associated with e. Coli o157. ...Read more
Relax: As they say, "the only thing worse than finding a worm in an apple, is finding half a worm! " At least you found a whole one. It does not mean the fruit was unclean, but it must have gotten into the juice after the fruit was made into juice. You will be fine worm-wise. If you do not know who made the fresh juice there is always a fear from non-pasteurized juices of germs, tho, & if get sick see MD ...Read more
Any time: Pick a time that suits you best. ...Read more
It may: Please don't drink it.Get a more detailed answer ›
Delicious!: Cherries contain anthocyanins which help to prevent free radical damage to cells. Cherries can decrease levels of uric acid (gout).One study suggested that ingesting montgomery tart cherries helped osteoarthritis pain. One cup of cherries is only 87 calories and has 2.9 grams of fiber. They are low in fat & sodium.Viva la cherry! ...Read more
Juice: Yes. Many think because they are juice that it is just like eating the fruit or vegetable. It is not. Be careful. All the energy that your blender is putting into grinding the fruit is energy your body is not using to digest it. ...Read more