Doctor insights on:
Protein Counter Chart
Food to eat after exercising? I was wondering what foods to eat after exercising (cardio) if I'm trying to lose weight. It seems counter-intuitive! Also, is there a certain time frame by which one should eat protein after exercising?
1.Can exercise ck elevation over several months cause isolated dysmorphic gross hematuria? 2.Will eating more protein counter the high ck?
LOT OF PROTEIN IN UR:
Means large amount of protein in urine.
Kidneys filter waste products from your blood at the same time retaining the things your body needs including protein. Some diseases and medical conditions can allowprotein to pass in urine. Can be temporary like fever, heat& cold exposure and strenous exercise
conditions can cause persistant protein are
multiple meyloma&others. ...Read more
Protein: Protein, fats, and carbs, are the major nutrients to keep the body energized and healthy. Missing one of them is not good. You can get tired, weak, loose muscle mass. If you don't each much protein consider taking a protein shake each morning but things like eggs, cheese, nuts, etc. Are best. ...Read more
Depends: If you eat dairy products you can try greek yogurt or cottage cheese (otherwise soy/almond/coconut yogurt). Non dairy sources include chia seeds, beans, lentils, quinoa, eggs, artichokes, broccoli, avocado, asparagus, tofu, peas, spinach, beet greens, peanuts, pistachios, sesame seeds, garbanzo beans. ...Read more
MANY: What you prefer depends on the type of diet you're eating. Some people are vegan, for instance, and avoid all animal products. Meats like fish, chicken, grass-fed beef, dairy products, & eggs are prime sources. If vegan you'll want beans, lentils, non-dairy milks (coconut, almond, etc), nut butters, and tofu. All can get protein from leafy veggies like spinach, and grains like quinoa. ...Read more
Nothing but --------:
Eating too much protein will not make you gain more weight and muscle mass according to the experts, but has been used in low carb diets to loose weight, but long term they may do more harm than good, the harm may be subtle and not easily noticed
too much protein puts stress on your kidneys cause problems with kidneys, cause constipation and ketosis ie accumulation of ketones in blood and dehydration. ...Read more
Varies w age, sexes: As a general rule, between 50-60 gms should suffice for an average male. Higher amount may be needed for athletes or people who burn more calories. Smaller 49-59 gms daily suffices for most females with similar need for adjustment. ...Read more
I'm assuming blood-:
Rheumatoid factor and many self-directed antibodies are abnormal. Very high levels of gammaglobulins can indicate both inflammation of cancer (myeloma). We do not understand most triggers for abormal proteins!
more important at present, to understand what they mean! ...Read more
Meat: All animal muscle is complete protein for humans. While containing some fats the amount depends on the type of meat and cut of meat. Eggs are complete protein but smaller quantities. Keep in mind that protein is difficult to digest and overeating protein may be eventually detrimental in terms of gastrointestinal disease, live and kidneys. ...Read more
Lean proteins.: Focus on fish, pork, egg whites, turkey and protein - the real thing, not cold cuts or canned meats. And grill or bake or broil - no frying. If you don't eat meat, beans and soy are great but you need to learn how to combine them to make complete proteins for proper absorption. Protein good and necessary at any age. ...Read more
Usually nothing: Some people can develop a disease called gout based on the build up of purines, which are derived from the breakdown of proteins. This can occur if your kidneys aren't working well or you consume really excessive amounts of protein. If you eat a normal diet, excess protein in general is a non-issue. ...Read more
Get a check-up...: The best way to address this question is to get a yearly physical; that way you will know your baseline state of health...And can monitor things like your weight, muscle mass, etc. Going forward. ...Read more