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Threptin biscuits: are high calorie protein supplements made especially for those with special dietary needs, largely purchased by those in India. I don't think there would be any harm in eating them when you have diarrhea, but the usual food recommended is more bland: bananas, rice, oatmeal, applesauce. There is really no specific food that will, in and of itself, help diarrhea. If persists, see your Doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 29, 5feet 6inches, 76Kgs. Apart from starting exercise schedule what should be my diet to reduce weight ? Should I start with Threptin biscuits ?
Biscuits +/-: It sounds like you might want to lose about 20 pounds. Especially at your age, your decision to start exercising/become more active is MOST important. Then, eat a calorie restricted diet, 1600-1800 cal/day, focusing on vegetables, healthy protein, limited complex carbohydrates, & a lot of water. Lose slowly: 1-1.5 lb/week. Threptin biscuits are ok; they are higher protein & may help you curb carbs ...Read more
No: Eat a 4 pack and you'll be packing in just over 3 teaspoons of "energy" with a smattering of fiber and protein. Sugar wise it's the same amount you'd get if you ate a 4 pack of oreo s...For some great recipes for breakfast go to www.Weighstation.Net and look at cooking, and newsletter wish you the best! ...Read more
It depends: This is impossible to answer because there are many types of dog biscuits & hot dogs. Most hot dogs are unhealthy as they are from beef and/or pork fed gmo's & given hormones & antibiotics and have cancer-causing nitrates, but you can get hot dogs without nitrates made with organic grass-fed meat. Most dog biscuits contain unhealthy animal products too but there are healthy organic dog biscuits. ...Read more
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