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No: They may not overload the liver, but they can force the kidney to work a bit harder. If yyour kidneys are compromised in any way, you need to reduce the amount of protein you take in. Humans can only absorb less than 2 grams of protein/kg of body weight at the absolute maximum....The rest is just excess calories. ...Read more
No.: Thirst is a complex response that the brain processes, usually used to communicate to the person on the needs of fluids. If you are not drinking enough fluids, your body will let you know. This thirst response is decreased in elderly patients. ...Read more
I've recently observed that my wife, 37, shakes her head gently while reading but she herself doesn't feel it. is it a symptom of anything serious?
Protein shakes: Protein shakes are concentrated sources of protein, usually whey. We usually are not allergic. Concentrated protein ingestion can strain kidneys and can promote kidney stones. Drink a lot of fluid. Energy drinks contain caffeine or caffeine like substances as well as sugars. These are not healthy for us. Can make you jittery, nervous, angry, agitated, or have palpitations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Symptoms: constant shakes, nausea, spacey, dry mouth weakness, tiredness, no sex drive, nervousness, high blood pressure/ cholesterol, diabetes type 2?
Probably normal: If your 2yo is otherwise well, likely he or she is just more shakey unpon awakening which is completely normal. If, however, shakiness persists all day, if it reoccurs when he/she is hungry, if you notice increased hunger and thirst, or if he/she is otherwise not well and not thriving, see your pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Weight gain comes from muscle mass and fat loss. Muscle weighs more than fat, which is why people who appear 'ripped' weigh so much, but aren't obese. Protein will help to repair and build muscle, but not only if used in conjunction with a safe, effective, and committed workout routine. See your sports physician or personal fitness trainer to get you on the right track to produce the best result. ...Read more
Symptoms:nauseous, dry heaves, throwing up, loss of appetite, fever, hot and cold flashes, migraines, flushed skin, & uncontrollable shakes.Diagnosis?
Sick: You have listed a number of symptoms describing an illness that could represent a viral stomach flu. Food poisoning could be considered. Headache and nausea are also symptoms that could represent meningitis. In any case, a diagnosis can't be made without proper history and exam. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
19yrOld teen,abdomen painsevere.gallstones.diagnosed w ulcers.Has had CT,HIDA,endos/colon.fullness,can't eat,fever off/on,shakes,flush face,miserable?
Of course: Protein shakes are an unnecessary modern invention. Humans have been gaining muscle for thousands of years, with no protein shakes. A balanced healthy diet of natural foods is good enough for gaining muscle. If one wants to throw a meal into a blender to turn it into a shake, that's fine to do... but buying powders and supplements to make shakes will just use up hard-earned dollars. ...Read more
I cannot gain weight at all and have tried gym and also weight gainer shakes + whey protein shakes?
Why are there different prep instructions before having a sibo small intestinal bacterial overgrowth test? Can I have Ensure shakes a few days before
Prep instructions.: You have heard the saying "there are different ways to skin a cat." Different doctors have found different preps that have worked for them or that they have learned in their truing programs. I would says if it says you can have Ensure then yes. Otherwise unless you call and receive permission then no. Sometimes the littlest changes in preparation can ruin the test. ...Read more