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It depends: Most chicken is raised with hormones & antibiotics & fed GMO corn & soy & thus can have residues of toxic Round-Up. Arsenic is often added to chickenfeed as well. I thus only eat organic chicken. Therefore organic chicken noodle soup is healthy, presuming you are not sensitive to gluten and it does not have MSG. Homemade chicken noodle soup made with organic ingredients can be very healthy! ...Read more
Unlikely: Not much different than walking around the mall. You will be exposed to many with divergent exposures and backgrounds and might pick up a respiratory infection more likely but this could happen anywhere. If working in a soup kitchen, you are doing a good thing and this is helpful to your psyche and to society. ...Read more
Yes: It depend on the kind of soup. One serving of its chicken noodle soup has 60 calories, 2 g fat, 15 mg cholesterol, 50 mg potassium and 890 mg sodium. In comparison, the 25 percent less sodium chicken noodle soup has 60 calories, 2 g fat, 15 mg cholesterol, 90 mg potassium and 660 mg sodium. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had red wine, salty almonds, brushed teeth, hot tap water tasted salty.Hubby only had wine, said hot water is normal.Did almond made this weird taste? Cold tap tasted normal.We don't use water softener
It can: Any warm salty water can soothe a sore throat. It doesn't specifically have to be Ramen Noodles. I would recommend a low sodium soup for the dull pain. Throat lozenges can assist as well. If the sore throat persists after conservative management with analgesics and soothing mechanisms seek further assistance for the cause and possible need for further medical management ...Read more
Depends: It is dependent on what you put on the chicken after it is cooked. Either grilling or boiling is fine, both about the same. ...Read more
Culinary Question: Sorry - this is more of a culinary question than a medical one. Check for online cooking sites. ...Read more
Ate chicken soup w carrots, celery, potato & rice. 5 min in, my mouth & tongue went numb. Allergy?
Possibly,: was it homemade or commercially processed? Many commercially processed soups contain preservatives and flavoring/coloring agents which you may be sensitive to but not a true allergy. Do some dective work, read the labels carefully and try a good homemade organic recipe. ...Read more
Breakfast: 1/2lb grassfed steak+3 eggs+steam spinach, Lunch: 3 sausages + 2 eggs+salad, Dinner: 6 chicken breast fillet+steamed brocolli. balanced ok?
Gastroenteritis: Yes, if you are feeling better you can eat any of these. ...Read more
My tounge and whole mouth tingle after eating some foods like noodle box, hot chips with chicken salt and soft shell vedgaterian tacos..?
Allergy?: You may just be very sensitive to spices or possibly allergic to one or more of the ingredients in the foods that you mentioned. Read the ingredients on the packages and try only one item at a time and see if you can isolate the cause of your symptoms. They may have a common spice or ingredient that you react to or possibly even several. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I bought cream of chicken soup no preservatives it contain( partially hydrogenated Palm, disodium-5-ribonucleotides,caramel,chicken meat powder,(good?
No: Partially hydrogenated oils are "trans-fats" and are not good for you. ...Read more
Possibly: No one does research giving herbs during pregnancy so we don't know for sure. It seems safe to use in cooking but taking medicinal amounts may cause bleeding or stimulate uterine contractions. I advise caution with all herbs in the first trimester. It is probably safest in the final weeks of pregnancy. See http://bit.Ly/16ma7p2 ; http://www.Nlm.Nih.Gov/medlineplus/druginfo/natural/662.Html. ...Read more
Are 2 grilled marinated chicken legs, 2 big grilled potatoes and a salad plate too much for lunch (no bread) ?
Yes. 1 potato is: enough. Salad ok w/low fat dressing or small amount. ...Read more
What's good for a sore throat? I have apple cider vinegar, organic honey, salt, chamomile tea, eggs & rum.
Honey and Tea: If you have honey at home, you might want to try mixing honey and fresh lemon juice in some warm water and sip. Alcohol should be avoided since it is dehydrating. While there is certainly nothing wrong with chamomile tea, peppermint or licorice tea may be more comforting. Apple cider vinegar may well be irritate the throat unless diluted significantly. ...Read more
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