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Not weird at all: Nothing wrong with that. It improves the taste for some people. ...Read more
Neither.: They are both good and bad and part of a healthy diet. Don't eat too much or too little of anything. By the way, if you have no heart disease, don't smoke and do not have diabetes, the absolute benefit of taking crestor (rosuvastatin) is probably pretty small no matter how high your CHOL. Might want to look at the framingham risk calculator and discuss with your doc. ...Read more
Ayurveda : Sesame oil is used in indian ayurvedic medicine to reduce stress. It is high in anti-oxidants, omega-6 fatty acids, vitamins ; minerals. Black sesame seeds are reported to have far more health benefits than lighter ones. It is used both topically ; orally. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Read the label: I guess you have to read the label to know if that particular food that you eat has sesame seeds in them. Sesame seeds can be added to different type of foods. ...Read more
Is it true that pts who have a history of diverticulitis should not eat small seeds (e.G. Caraway, sesame, etc)?
Yep.: That's what they sayGet a more detailed answer ›
People say i'm stupid because i eat sesame seeds plain. I just want calcium in a healthy way. Also, do rancid sesame seeds still have good calcium?
Myth: Sesame seeds won't start. Your periodGet a more detailed answer ›
Avoid mustard oil: Sesame oil is healthy and fine for cooking. However mustard oil should be avoided. Although it is widely used in asian cooking because of it's pungent taste it is not allowed to be imported into the United States because of concerns that it may have bad effects on the heart (cardiac toxicity). Mustard oil contains erucic acid which is the component felt to be cardio-toxic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer