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The Benefits Of Malt Extract Beverages
I'm noticing after drinking the Bud Light Margarita Malt Beverage for 2 years now socially, im getting flu like symptons 1-3 days after. Allergic?
Much remains unknown: Ethanol probably contributes to the relatively low prevalence of atherosclerosis in heavy drinkers, by poisoning the liver. The 'pop' claims about wonderful benefits from red wine are tainted by demonstrated scientific misconduct. Nobody's promoting beer or the hard stuff as healthy. You decision to drink or not should be based on personal preferences, not intenet 'health' claims. ...Read more
Depends on how: You take them. If you take much in the way of caffeine the benefits are quite obvious as to reduced caffeine and blood pressure comes down as does heart rate. Less stomach upset. Most people drinking pop will use the regular and not diet and each 12 oz can puts on about 300 calories. Gas The carbonation will give people gas and this will lessen. This also does not satisfy thirst. Multiple benefi ...Read more
A worrisome question: To me. Whenever anyone asks how long after procedure X or drug Y can I drink alcohol, I become concerned that drinking is far too important to the person asking the question, and I ask myself whether there may be an alcohol problem. This question should be asked of your ENT surgeon, not someone who doesn't know your history. Alcohol in general increases chances of bleeding and is not recommended. ...Read more
Why does coffee and other caffeinated beverages give me stomach cramps and make me use the restroom? Had gallbladder removed and it's been an issue
? Migraine: If tyramine problem=migraine, here is a list of foods that are rich in tyramine to avoid triggering headaches: chocolate, yoghurt, all cheese except cottage cheese, smoked/pickled fish/meats (inc herring, caviar, bologna, salami, pepperoni), liver, avocados, bananas, figs, raisins+ red wine. Check out my plate recommendations for food ideas, alternatives. From a fellow migraineur since childhood:). ...Read more
What do you mean by: Trust? Chinese food as sold in the us is not like the food consumed in china. ...Read more
Hot and cold: No, it's not bad to drink hot and then cold beverages. Given your body temperature, and the indifference your stomach has to these temperatures, there is no risk to doing this. But avoid scalding hot beverages as they can cause burns of the tongue and esophagus. ...Read more
How many alcoholic: Beverages? If you are talking one drink, there should be no problem. The safe drinking limit for women is no more than 1/day, 7/week and never more than 3 on one occasion. If they are doing blood tests, use of alcohol may cause some problems with some of them, especially if they are testing for alcohol metabolites. Is alcohol that important to you? If so, consider getting advice about it. ...Read more
Is the new beverage sparkling ice good for you? Or does it have synthetic sugars, which are not healthy for you?
I smoke and I don't feel well in the mornings until after I have a carbonated beverage and a small something to eat?
How much water, 1 or 2 or? Liters water is necessary a day (excl or incl other beverages) for an average size adult?
Is it OK to drink recommended amt of h20 daily PLUS all other fluids I'm getting via food/other beverages? Is there such a thing as too much?
Fluid intake: Except for extreme circumstances, such as ultramarathon runners, long-distance hikers in extreme environments, or the mentally ill drinking constantly, it is difficult to drink too much liquid. Given normal kidney function, if you drink more than the recommended amount, you will just urinate more and get rid of the excess fluid. Not recommended, but in general will not hurt you. Good luck. ...Read more
Is there any truth to the South East Asian belief that coughing is worsened by cold beverages? Are there any links to studies on the subject?
I have drank 40 0z of malt liquer every day for almost 4 years. I have stopped drinking completly. What can I see for improvements in near future.
Congrats!!: First, hopefully you stopped in a way that avoids withdrawal. I am proud of you for making that choice. You should immediately see more money since you are not paying for your habit! I would also expect your health to improve-some things like stomach problems, hypertension are aggravated or caused by etoh. Socially you may need to change friends to avoid the habit, but folks who love you will be happy. ...Read more
For an eoofageal manometry test to see exactly what's going on. Do I have to avoid any food or beverage for a leanth of time before? Like coffee..
Esophageal manometer: I think all that you need to do is not to eat or drink after midnight the night before but I would check with the facility doing the test. ...Read more
Hello. I was wondering if you can point me towards an up to date list of foods and beverages I can consume given the fact that I've recently started a?
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