Doctor insights on:
Undigested White Rice Grain In Stool
What type of worm in human feces is small (2-3mm), white (rice grain appearence), black tip on one end, and moves around in the fecal matter?
Probably a threadworm (pin worm) as those are the most common. Here is a link, I hope this helps!
http://www. Netdoctor. Co.Uk/diseases/facts/pinworm. Htm. ...Read more
Is wormwood complex safe? I read it can cause death. I believe I have parasites how can I kill them natural or meds? White rice looking stuff in stool
Proven vs unproven: By definition, "alternative" is different than modern western medicine. Generally any drug, herb, treatment, or procedure that stands up to rigorous scientific scrutiny is included in modern medicine. The problem is that many alternative practices, herbs etc do not stand up to scientific scrutiny and cannot be shown to work. They therefore remain "alternative". Be careful and watch your wallet. ...Read more
I'm having white rice like stuff in my stool and also some wheezing and mild fever. What is my condition?
Rice like stuff: See a doctor you may have intestinal parasites. ...Read more
Is it a tape worm? My stool is very soft, I have gas a lot and I see white objects in my stool about the size of white rice but not moving.
Tape worms: These are very unusual in the usa, and unless the infestation is overwhelming should ultimately clear itself. There are three major tape worms to be considered, and exam of stool by someone with expertise in the area is essential to diagnosis. ...Read more
I am finding odd pieces in my stool that look like grains of rice or even seed pieces. What could this be?
Female 60yrs. Previously diagnosed with hiatus hernia, ibs. After eating vegetables gets very bloated in ~15mins. Potatoes, white rice, white bread is fine, but issues with multi grain bread?
Celiac?: Could be gallbladder. Get checked by doctor. ...Read more
Whole fiber: White rice has been associated with a small increased risk for diabetes (about 13%) and brown rice has been associated with a similar decrease risk for developing diabetes (about 14%). No one know for sure why, but it may have to do with the whole grain in brown rice. Eating whole grains is healthier for you than eating processed grains. ...Read more
A common choice: Rice cereal is a common early solid due to its low frequency of allergic reactions. The actual first solid may be something mashed up from the dinner table. I encourage parents to only try the common staple foods they normally use. ...Read more
No: Those foods will not have a negative effect on graves' disease. You can eta all food any other person would it. The only thing you would avoid is chronic ingestion of large amounts of iodine as that can make your thyroid more resistant to the drugs used to treat hyperthyroidism (methimazole). The moderate amount of iodine contained in the standard american foods is no problem. ...Read more
White rice is our staple food and I always eat that evry lunch and dinner. Can it even worsen constipation?
White rice has very little fiber (whereas brown rice has more fiber). However, you can minimize the constipating effects of white rice by eating more food rich in fiber: fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts and seeds. Try brown rice too- it's more nutritious.
I also recommend magnesium supplements and the ayurvedic tonic triphala.
For a list of high fiber foods see http://draxe. Com/high-fiber-foods/ ...Read more
I eat homemade rice eceryday. Is this healthy? Also rice makes me bloated and unregular with my stools why does this happen?
Food Questions: First, rice is over 60% sugar calories. So, it can play a limited role in a diet, but it cannot be the main source of your calories if you want a healthy diet. Second, you answered your own question in that you do not tolerate this as a diet choice. Why would you continue to eat something that is causing you problems? ...Read more
I eat indian (white rice) and chinese (brown rice) at restaurants once each a week. Should I be concerned about the arsenic in the rice?
How many calories are there in a cup of japanese white rice (i'm guessing steamed)? On the web, estimates range from 150 to 400 calories.
No need to guess: Find the package and read and measure. ...Read more
While cooking white rice, does removing the thick water that gets accumulated on top when its parboiled makes it less harmful for type 2 diabetics?
My stool is soft, formed, and brown, however, there are little white seed like pieces, rice like pieces, and small white chunks. O/p was negative.?
Undigested food: You may be seeing pieces of undigested food. If you have no abdominal symptoms, please do not worry about it. ...Read more
All should avoid: Everyone, including diabetics should avoid white rice. White rice is natural rice that has been stripped of its three outer layers which contain all of its nutrients. As a result, the us government requires that certain nutrients be added back but they are minimal. It is a wasted source of calories that offers no health benefits. ...Read more
Do you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes? If you are type 2 you should not call yourself a "diabetic". You have diabetes and should work towards getting rid of it.
White or corn rice should not be an issue. If you are going to have a rice meal please check your blood sugar before you start the meal and check again in 2-3 hours. You will quickly learn the good or the not so good rice for your diabetes ...Read more
Not Much Either Way: Gram for gram white rice has less calories and more protein. But as a serving, one cup of the rice has about three times the calories of one slice of bread. Calculating other relative variables involves differential calculus and a deep knowledge of Madelbrot Sets and is therefore beyond the scope of this discussion. I hope you enjoy your peanut butter and rice sandwich. ...Read more
Haven't heard of any: Haven't heard of any studies comparing different types of white rice. A study would have to have 2 groups of people eating the same foods and the same amounts of foods, except that one group would eat sona masuri and the other group would eat basmati. As one can imagine, such a research study would be pretty hard to do. In general, white rice is not as healthy as brown rice. ...Read more
There is no deal...: It is rather a safe baby food! It is just that the rice cereal is easy to mix with milk, or can be eaten by itself with decent taste, and most babies tend to do well with it...It does not cause much problem at all and I have never seen or know of any baby being allergic to rice cereal...Otherwise, I don't know of any other deal with rice cereal...Any problem/concern, consult doc...Good luck. ...Read more
Steamed rice.: It does not. So if you take 1 cup of dry rice and steam it it it becomes more but the calories in the total amount of rice is the same. But a cup of steamed rice has less rice in it that a cup of dry rice. ...Read more
Yes but!: Rice and pasta are very high in carbohydrates and the carbs increase the blood sugars to very high level, that is why doctors ask to avoid these. But if u decrease the serving size and stick tono more than 45- 60 gms of carbohydrate per meal. ...Read more
Yes: A high glycemic index food can be balanced with a low-glycemic food. If you eat a food with a glycemic index of 80 with an equal amount of a food with a glycemic index of 20 the average for the meal is 50. So it is unwise to eat high-glycemic foods on their own but if eaten in moderation and combined with low-glycemic foods they are relatively safe to eat. ...Read more
I take less vegetables, fruits and I take a lot of white rice and pasta. What are the effects and what can I do? Thanks.
Unhealthy; change!: White rice ; pasta are starches which give energy but are relatively devoid of vitamins, minerals ; phytonutrients. This diet ireases risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer. The best thing to do is to eat more vegetables and fruits and reduce your intake of rice ; pasta. Brown rice has more nutrients than white rice. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor online
- Loose stools undigested food
- White rice in stool
- Undigested cheese stool
- Undigested kidney beans in stool
- Undigested spinach in stool
- White rice shaped form in stool
- Shredded coconut undigested in stool
- Undigested lactose white fuzz on stool
- Undigested brown rice in mooshy stool