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What Are Oat Syrup Solids
Baby food: Yes, most babies will tolerate grains like rice, wheat, and oats with formula as of 4 to 6 months as well as vegies and fruits. I suggest introducing foods with a test dose of one spoon the first day and then watching for any reaction over 24 hours. If none, I suggest giving as much as your baby wants. Thereafter. ...Read more
Should I be concerned if my baby formula has corn syrup solids as the first ingredient. Isn't that basically sugar?
Hard to avoid: Baby formulas are basically water, a protein source (bovine, soy), a sweetener (corn syrup is used by many) and various vitamins and minerals. The content is monitored by the fda and must meet their standard for content. I believe breast milk is a better feed for babies, but formulas are a safe and effective substitute.. ...Read more
Gout diet: Diet does not play as great a role in worsening or helping gouty symptoms as is commonly thought. Diets high in alcohol, particularly beer, shellfish or organ meats pose the greatest risk. Fruits, grains, vegetables and dairy products do not raise the risk of gout for most people. Enjoy your oatmeal! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cracklin oat bran: IF Cracklin Oat Bran is the name of a boxed cereal it likely contains lots of chemicals such as additives, preservatives, sugar, etc. Thus, it is not good for you. Far better to consume bran flakes. You can put some cinnamon on them for flavor, which is also good for balancing blood sugar. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Most raw foods are: More nutritious. Cooking de-natures the enzymes in food, especially in the micro. Raw foods are harder to digest. Par-boiling or soaking in water is a good way to go. Please be sure anything you eat is thoroughly washed. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Hello, I'm doing a diet, I want to know that if I eat white oat as dinner will have bad effect on my diet & what is the best time to eat dinner thanks?
Lifetime diet: Make some rules to live by for the rest of your life. Always avoid greasy, buttery, fatty food: start saying, "no mayo, " every day. Avoid extra salt & sugar, because these lead to obesity & high blood pressure. Follow some rules of eating for life to stay healthy. Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a queen, & 6pm dinner like a poor man. Oats are an excellent source of nutrients and fill you up! ...Read more
My friend is so afraid of gaining weight. She just ate oat n energy bar evyday. Going on fr about 3 months alrdy. Y is she like that?
Eating disorder: It sounds like your friend suffers from aorexia nervosa, an eating disorder where people have a distorted body image & feel overweight even if thin. No one knows the cause but this can be very serious, even life threatening. Your friend needs to see a doctor or therapist who specializes in this. Consider talking to her parents. See http://www. Umm. Edu/altmed/articles/anorexia-nervosa-000012.Htm. ...Read more
I have mistakenly eaten black small insects that were filled in my rice and oat meal because I placed them beside each other. Should I be concerned?
Sure: Whatever seems right. Unless you really overdo it and get an impaction, you should be fine. ...Read more
Not that I know of: Am unaware of any information about problems with drinking lots of oat milk. It is not dairy-derived, does not have any cholesterol and has little fat. It is high in fiber and protein. People with certain kinds of gluten sensitivities could have problems with it, I guess. I always caution moderation in all things. ...Read more
Oat and Oat Bran:
I commend you for good choices for your Health.
Oat bran contains about 50% more fiber and soluble fiber than oatmeal, making it more effective at lowering cholesterol and helping digestion.
It also has more protein, calcium, iron, thiamin, phosphorus, riboflavin, magnesium, and zinc.
continue good Diet! ...Read more
I would like to buy oat supplement for my cholesterol and health benefit. What is the difference between bg22 vs bg35? I was told bg35 is better.
Oat Beta Glycan: These are water soluble oat fiber at 22 and 35% respectively. They work by trapping bile acids in the intestine forcing the syntheses of new bile acid from cholesterol by the liver. Studies have shown that 5-10 g of daily fiber lowers cholesterol and is associated with lower blood glucose readings. This can be found in a bowl of oatmeal or cheerios be cautious about dietary supplements. ...Read more
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