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The Nutritional Facts For Smoked Oysters
I want to know if canned smoked oysters are dangerous to eat? I have heard fresh not canned can be dangerous and wanted to check on canned in oil are
Canned oysters: Canned oysters should be safe to eat. ...Read more
Limit smoked food.: There are studies that show cultures with a higher diet of smoked food (like the Scandinavians) have a higher risk of stomach cancer. Too much of anything is not a good thing. Too much protein is a big part of the obesity epidemic today. Have occasionally but do not neglect other yummy healthy foods like fruits, veggies and whole grains, complex carbs. ...Read more
What does nutritional or toxic optice nerve deterioration? I smoke weed,but i have scotomas and i see moving floaters. Does marijuana cause them?
No way, dude!: Marijuana won't cause toxicity to the optic nerve unless it has been laced with something toxic. The floaters are in the vitreous jelly in the back of your eye. They are unrelated. Nutritional optic neuropathy is more common in alcoholics. Make sure you eat normally and take a multivitamin with folic acid and B12.In a state with a legal supply, you don't have to worry about smoking tainted weed. ...Read more
1c green plantains::
181 kcal fat 1 gm sat fat 0 gm chol 0 gm
na 6mg k 739mg mg 54.8mg
phos 50.3mg zinc 0.2mg cu 0.1mg
sel 2.2mcg h2o 96.6g om3fa 37mg
om6fa 63.6mg fiber 3.4g sugars 22.2g total carbs 47.2 g vit a 1668 iu vit c 27.2mg vit e 0.2mg vit k 1mcg vit b6 0.4mg thia 0.1mg ribo0.1mg folate (folic acid) 32.6mcg
choline 20mg pantothenic acid 0.4mg
protein 1.9g. ...Read more
Amanranth is high protein, high fiber, and packed with vitamins and minerals including vitamins a, b, k, c, folic acid, and riboflavin and minerals potassium, iron, copper, calcium, magnesium, phosporus, and manganese.
The oils in amaranth have been shown to prevent cardiovascular disease.
It's very tasty, and is utilized in many carribean, asian, indian & other ethnic dishes. ...Read more
Healthy diet & supps: I am not sure what you are asking. The foundation of nutritional support is a healthy diet. No one diet is best for everyone but a diet emphasizing a variety of organic fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts, seeds & possibly organic dairy/eggs/meats in moderation is a good foundation (though it can be argued that a vegetarian or vegan diet might be healthiest for many). See comments for further advice. ...Read more
The best advice is to eat a healthy balanced diet. With that said, increasing the amount of protein can help tremendously with wound healing.
There are many other suggestions for wound healing, but little else has been proven --in scientific terms-- to absolutely benefit the patient.
Some of these other things are the use of additional zinc, vitamin c, specific combination of amino acids, etc. ...Read more
USDA: There are many resources but looking for the usda nutrient tables is a very broad base and those sites will be a start. There are other sites that maintain nutrient values for different foods. You will find some differences, depending on the source. ...Read more
Eat one: If you get sick, you got a bad one. If you buy them, they should have a certificate attached. Otherwise you can't tell until it's too late. ...Read more
Sugar: Sugar substitutes fool the brain into thinking and wanting to get sugar. You get used to sugar. The best place to get sugar is from natural sources as fresh fruit, not from artificial sweeteners. The artificial sweeteners can lead you to crave more sugar than you would if you had them from natural sources. ...Read more
Don't: That kind of stuff is like putting sand into the tank of your car! ...Read more
The fat balance!: The new heirarchy is monosaurated fats (peanut, olive, canola), satuated fat (coconut), polyunsaturated fat (safflower, corn). ...Read more
No: It depends on how long they are steamed -- steaming to mush is not a good idea. But moderate steaming is generally a very tasty and healthy way to cook veggies. Some, like broccoli, even become more digestible when steamed. Colors become more intense green too! ...Read more
IV of NG Feeding: The provision to (and absorption by) a patient of macro and micro-nutrients to satisfy metabolic needs but bypassing the normal eating mechanisms. ...Read more