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What does low gamma glut amyl trans mean?

What does low gamma glut amyl trans mean?

Not much.: Like other "liver enzymes, " GGT leaks from damaged cells. Having "less than the usual" amount of liver damage is a good thing. ...Read more

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How does trans-fatty acid affect our health?

How does trans-fatty acid affect our health?

They're mostly gone: These are synthetic fatty acids popularized long ago in shortenings. Retrospective studies link them inconsistently to coronary artery disease, but folks who've eaten a lot of crisco probably have other bad heart-health habits as well. Despite much "theory", animal work supporting the dangers is in my opinion very weak. Politicians have removed them from most foods. I don't miss them at all. ...Read more

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We are tryin baby but no luck so far. What do you recommend?

We are tryin baby but no luck so far. What do you recommend?

Depends: Some site 6 months as an average length of trying before achieving a pregnancy. Most would not consider a full evaluation needed for you & your partner until 1-2yrs have passed. Try to simplify life & remove stressful pursuits that might put your system off a bit & followup with your doc if the problem persists. ...Read more

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I've been tryin for a couple months and still can't get it right?

I've been tryin for a couple months and still can't get it right?

Get what right?: I'm confused! What can't you get right? Ask again and clarify. Remember, though, you have a 150 character limit. ...Read more

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What is the initial cost of srs for a trans-women and why does this site not list that as a condition?

What is the initial cost of srs for a trans-women and why does this site not list that as a condition?

Good question: The cost of surgery for a trans-woman is variable and must be discusses with the surgeon. Being trans is a personal situation and considered not to be a health or life threatening status. Maybe in time things will change. ...Read more

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I am searching for a dr that is trans friendly. I am self medicating but would prefer to be under a dr care?

I am searching for a dr that is trans friendly. I am self medicating but would prefer to be under a dr care?

Health tap: Health tap will be your kind of advises

pick a physician from your state and consult with.

you could do face to face lice consult, video, and audio, or text chatting, or inbox consult. ...Read more

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I have 3 kids and want another I've been tryin for bout 2 years im only 24 is there anything that might help?

I have 3 kids and want another I've been tryin for bout 2 years im only 24 is there anything that might help?

Learn signs of ferti: You may try to learn "the ovulation method" http://www. Ovulationmethod. Org/ or the. Changes of the cervical mucus and the basal temperature so you can recognize signs of fertility and when you ovulate. This will help your dr to determine what's wrong. Or you may consult with a fertility specialist. ...Read more

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What are trans fats?

What are trans fats?

Transformed veg. Oil: Trans fat is what one gets by adding hydrogen to vegetable oil. The trans fat is more solid, less "oily", and makes junk food more stable for a longer time. Trans fat is bad because it raises a person's bad cholesterol, and lowers his good cholesterol, so it blocks up arteries worse than saturated fats do. Food labels that say "0 grams" trans fat mean "less than half a gram", not necessarily zero! ...Read more

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How bad is trans fat for u

How bad is trans fat for u

Heart disease = bad: Meats have some transfats, but most are manmade. Transfats are made by hydrogenating oils, which turns them into solids (shortening). Transfats are used in processed foods b/c they last longer on shelf that way -- cookies/pie crusts/chips/popcorn/donuts/creamer/margarine. They raise LDL (bad) and lower HDL (good) cholesterol, which leads to heart disease. Saturated fats are just as bad! ...Read more

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What is trans fat? Is it bad?

What is trans fat? Is it bad?

Hydrogenated oils: Meats have some transfats, but most are manmade. Transfats are made by hydrogenating oils, which turns them into solids (shortening). Transfats are used in processed foods b/c they last longer on shelf that way -- cookies/pie crusts/chips/popcorn/donuts/creamer/margarine. They raise LDL (bad) and lower HDL (good) cholesterol, which leads to heart disease. Saturated fats are just as bad! ...Read more

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Why is trans fat bad for you?

Why is trans fat bad for you?

Heart disease: Meats have some transfats, but most are manmade. Transfats are made by hydrogenating oils, which turns them into solids (shortening). Transfats are used in processed foods b/c they last longer on shelf that way -- cookies/pie crusts/chips/popcorn/donuts/creamer/margarine. They raise LDL (bad) and lower HDL (good) cholesterol, which leads to heart disease. Saturated fats are just as bad! ...Read more

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Tryin for a baby ireg peroid help?

Tryin for a baby ireg peroid help?

Very common: That affects many women and no reason to be alarmed. But you should see a specialist to figure out why your periods are irregular. There are some common explanations and then the periods can be fixed in order to make sure you ovulate. ...Read more

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Why are trans fats so bad for you?

Why are trans fats so bad for you?

Cause many illnesses: Most trans fats come from partially hydrogenated oils found in many processed & fried foods like french fries & donuts. Simply put, trans fats are highly toxic. They cause inflammation, raise cholesterol & may cause up to 100, 000 deaths in the us from heart disease each year. They also increase risk of alzheimer's disease, diabetes, obesity, depression & infertility. See my comment for some links. ...Read more

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How does our body break down trans fats?

How does our body break down trans fats?

Trans fats are: Foreign to the body, like fake money. The receptor sites on our molecules do not recognize them properly, thus they are bad for our health. They low down metabolism and foster diabetes. Peace and good health. Best to go for good fats, e.g., fish oil, coconut oil, avocado, etc. ...Read more

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How much trans fat is fine to eat per day?

How much trans fat is fine to eat per day?

ZERO: Meats have some transfats, but most are manmade. Transfats are made by hydrogenating oils, which turns them into solids (shortening). Transfats are used in processed foods b/c they last longer on shelf that way -- cookies/pie crusts/chips/popcorn/donuts/creamer/margarine. They raise LDL (bad) and lower HDL (good) cholesterol, which leads to heart disease. Saturated fats are just as bad! ...Read more

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So how long do trans fats stay in the body?

So how long do trans fats stay in the body?

Trans fats: Great question! Adding to dr. Novick's response, trans fats also get incorporated into the membrane structure of your cells. This can affect the receptors on those cells, making them less responsive to chemical messengers essential in the running of your body (including your brain). It's best to have a supply of healthy fats around that your body can use to make healthy cell membranes. ...Read more

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Is it ever healthy to eat foods with trans fats?

No: Meats have some transfats, but most are manmade. Transfats are made by hydrogenating oils, which turns them into solids (shortening). Transfats are used in processed foods b/c they last longer on shelf that way -- cookies/pie crusts/chips/popcorn/donuts/creamer/margarine. They raise LDL (bad) and lower HDL (good) cholesterol, which leads to heart disease. Saturated fats are just as bad! ...Read more

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What is the recommended daily amount of trans fat?

What is the recommended daily amount of trans fat?

ZERO.: Meats have some transfats, but most are manmade. Transfats are made by hydrogenating oils, which turns them into solids (shortening). Transfats are used in processed foods b/c they last longer on shelf that way -- cookies/pie crusts/chips/popcorn/donuts/creamer/margarine. They raise LDL (bad) and lower HDL (good) cholesterol, which leads to heart disease. Saturated fats are just as bad! ...Read more

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Where are the most common places to find trans fats?

Man made fat: Trans fats is a man made fat changing the fat molecule so it last. It is found in foods with hydrogenated fat or partially hydrogenated fat. It is solid at room temperature (ex crisco) and is found in processed foods like potato chips and baked goods. This is a very bad fat linked to heart disease. Avoid this by not eating processed food. Nature does not make this...Only man does. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: trans fats?

Hydrogenated oils: Meats have some transfats, but most are manmade. Transfats are made by hydrogenating oils, which turns them into solids (shortening). Transfats are used in processed foods b/c they last longer on shelf that way -- cookies/pie crusts/chips/popcorn/donuts/creamer/margarine. They raise LDL (bad) and lower HDL (good) cholesterol, which leads to heart disease. Saturated fats are just as bad! ...Read more

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What would happen if I ate 15 grams of trans fats in one day?

What would happen if I ate 15 grams of trans fats in one day?

Repetition is Key: The vast majority of c-c bonds in all fats are single, aka saturated (no room for more hydrogen side atoms). If double bonds (unsaturated) present & converted to single bonds by industrial hydrogenation lacking control: ½ cis, ½ trans. All living cells do cis-. See google images. Plant fats more double bonds & liquid, than animal, more solid, but this does not mean healthier: ancel keys fraudulent. ...Read more

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What is trans fat and what foods in particular is it found in?

Baked goods: Meats have some transfats, but most are manmade. Transfats are made by hydrogenating oils, which turns them into solids (shortening). Transfats are used in processed foods b/c they last longer on shelf that way -- cookies/pie crusts/chips/popcorn/donuts/creamer/margarine. They raise LDL (bad) and lower HDL (good) cholesterol, which leads to heart disease. Saturated fats are just as bad! ...Read more

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What is the best way to handle jet lag from trans-oceanic flights?

What is the best way to handle jet lag from trans-oceanic flights?

Jet lag: Drinking a lot of water can help as dehydration actually makes it more difficult for the body temperature adjust to the new time zone. avoidance of caffeine and alcohol on the trip will help prevent dehydration. caffeine can be used to promote daytime alertness when dealing with the decreased alertness after arrival. exposure to the local sun light will tend to resynchronize the circadian rhythm. ...Read more

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How fast can I lose weight by exercising and tryin to eat rigjright?

How fast can I lose weight by exercising and tryin to eat rigjright?

Losing weight: To lose weight, get ur resting metabolism rate done (weight loss centers do this). This determines the total number of calories you need to lose 1-2lbs/week. Decreasing 500cal/day will give you a 1lb wt loss in 1wk; drink water (1/2 your body weight), eat small meals about 150-200cal 2-4x/ (depending on your metabolism rate) and 500cal/meal at night: lean protein/veggies; avoid carbs, . ...Read more

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If I am a trans woman, what estrogen pills are generally prescribed?

If I am a trans woman, what estrogen pills are generally prescribed?

Transgender: First - I will not take care of gender identity change unless the patient has been referred by a Psychologist, and no other doctor should treat you without this referral.
The medication treatment will vary from Endocrinologist and/or Gynecologist but all options will be fine.
Wish you well going forward. ...Read more

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What are trans fats and processed foods? Why are they bad for the body?

What are trans fats and processed foods? Why are they bad for the body?

Clogs the arteries: Trans-fats are created to make oils more solid and keep their flavor or texture longer in processed foods. The unfortunate thing is that trans-fats cause bad cholesterol-related problems, and clog up arteries, leading to heart disease, artery disease, or strokes. In recent years, food processing companies have taken much of the trans-fats out of their foods (but replaced them with other fats). ...Read more

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What are trans fats and if they are so bad why do they have to put them I food?

What are trans fats and if they are so bad why do they have to put them I food?

Trans fats: Trans fats were created when manufacturers started turning liquid oils into solid fats -- like margarine -- as a substitute for the saturated fats in butter, cream, & meats that people thought caused heart disease. The process used is called hydrogenation. Later they realized that these products last longer before going rancid. So now, many foods contain this despite ill effects in humans. ...Read more

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What test should my wife and I have if we are planning on tryin to have a baby?

What test should my wife and I have if we are planning on tryin to have a baby?

Usually none: Both a husband and a wife should each see his and her primary care doctors for complete check-ups, including vaccine updates. A woman needs an adult medicine doctor, not just an ob-gyn, to do check-ups. The primary care doctors can suggest some testing if the couple is at high risk for inherited diseases, such as sickle cell anemia, thalassemia, cystic fibrosis, hemophilia, etc... ...Read more

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What are trans fats and if they are so bad why do they have to put them I food?

What are trans fats and if they are so bad why do they have to put them I food?

LowerProcessingCosts: The issue is: when double bonds, between carbons, are converted to single, the bond spatial pattern. Lookup in google images: "cis-fat vs. Trans-fat". The vast majority of c-c bonds in fats, & other carbon backbone molecules, are single, aka saturated (no room for more hydrogen side groups). Living cells break double bonds to cis-bonds; industrial hydrogenation lacking control: ½ cis, ½ trans. ...Read more

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