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What Are The Benefits Of Rice Water For Babies
Probably not: You do not mention the age of the infant, but no infant under the age of 4 months needs cereal, and water only serves to dilute the calories they are taking in. The only reason to feed the infant water is if they are vomiting, and you cannot get them to drink formula, pedialyte, or gatorade, in that order. ...Read more
My baby is breastfed only. I started rice cereal mixed with breastmilk now. She is 4 months. Do I have to give her water now? If so how much? And wn
No: No need to give her extra water. ...Read more
7month baby how much water can drink on a day? Eat purée potato, rice cereal, oatmeal cereal. Wet diapers all time but urine are very yellow. Formula feed
Mumbo jumbo: Grains such as rice are generally good for you. There's a "pop" claim that "black rice" is a "superfood." on the evidence, it's simply a promotion targeting naive, well-meaning, health-conscious epole; ignore it. Drink the water if you like it. ...Read more
I am 22 year old I am eating the raw rice and water socked rice. I am also gaining the weight due to this I want to finish this plz plz help me.
Healthy weight loss: Takes time and persistence. The general principles are to maintain a normal metabolism while you burn more calories than you take in. A balanced diet is needed to keep the metabolism up. You need to get enough sleep and exercise. You cannot starve yourself as this will cause the body to slow down its metabolism. You will loose weight. You need to learn about how to do this first. ...Read more
Does not cooking rice in enough water so that it completely absorbed when stopped cooking contain higher levels of arsenic if the rice is overcooked?
It is an issue as arsenic can accumulate in rice. The main precaution recommended is pre-soaking and cooking in lots of water 5:1. It is more likely to be an issue if rice is the staple (main) food.
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For specific advice suggest discussion with doctor or nutritionist licensed in your area. ...Read more
Constipation from rice? I ate 800g yesterday and today I'm in agony. Only gone to the toilet once so far. What can I do? Take more water? Thanks!
Both are healthy: And the sugars in each are natural and easily digested. ...Read more
Can I use 1 spoon of rice vinegar (ingredients: water, ethanol, rice)/day in my diet when I am on accutane?
What's really in it?: It's almost certain you signed an agreement, when you started on accutane, not to drink alcohol. Keeping a promise is a matter of principle. If the "rice vinegar" is a concoction that someone makes from real ethanol as a folk medicine, you're breaking a promise. However, most "rice vinegar" has the ethanol oxidized to acetic acid. That's harmless flavor, though there's probably no health benefit. ...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?
Got lpr will surgery fix it. Look I tried the diet can't do rice fruits vegatables and water everyday too miserable. I can do the other things for lpr?
Fortunately: There are MANY lifestyle changes that can treat/ improve the symptoms of laryngopharyngeal reflux, beyond "rice fruits vegetables and water:" not eating/ drinking 2-3 hours before bed, avoiding alcohol, eating small meals slowly; avoiding caffeine, carbonated drinks, chocolate, peppermint, tomato, citrus, fried/fatty foods; losing weight, quitting smoking. Lot more to do before considering surgery ...Read more
Allergy: Food allergies can sometimes trigger coughing/congestion. The mechanism can be as simple as increased mucous secretions to certain foods. Follow with an allergist to learn more. ...Read more
Can fundo plication get rid of lpr? I can do all the steps to fix except the diet I can't live on rice vegatables and water rest of my life no life
Should: Every case is different so discuss with your gastroenterologist after his exam and tests ...Read more
Coming off 3 meds - fever + mucus for 6wks. Vomiting for 4dys. Water stays down. Plain rice mostly stays down. Now vomiting brown acid. Scared.
Ask prescribing DOC:
COMING off meds,?!!
Ask your prescribing doctor & take his advise. May be he
would refer to appropriate doctor for this development. Good Luck. ...Read more
Coming off 3 meds: fever + mucus for 6wks. Vomiting for 4dys. Water stays down. Plain rice mostly stays down. Now vomiting brown acid. Scared. Dr away?
Is it normal to have 85 sugar 1 1/2 hr. Or 2 hrs. After meal? I'm not diabetic. Feeling slight dizziness. I ate rice (1&1/2 cup), fish and water melon
Ate a decent meal consist of rice, bellpepper n beef after about 2 hours since th meal, I drank about 1 mouth full of water, instantly nauseous. Clue?
Rice size tear in palatoglossal arch close to my uvula. Little blood, sore, been rinsing with salt water, will it the tissues ever reconnect, sharp tool?
Gym. I look pale. Urine smells bad even if I drink water. I eat 12 egg whites per day, eat other things too like chickpeas and rice. I take Dandelion?
Is it safe to drink cold drinks (juice, water) and eat ice cream, cold yogurt, cold flan (a type of soft cool cake) a few hours after a single tooth extraction? Are cake, bread, and rice appropriate food to eat a few hours after the extraction?
Post op: What you listed is fine to eat but best to try to eat on the other side of your mouth for a few days. ...Read more
No skin: Harlequin babies lack skin barrier. Our skin acts as a barrier in protecting us from several infections and helps body decrease water and heat losses. Harlequin babies more exposed to skin infections, increased water losses and increases temperature intolerance. ...Read more
No Evedence: Gripe water is an old english homeopathic remidy for infant reflux and many other ailments. The origional version was essentialy herbal tea and about 8% alcohol. No wonder it calmed down babies. Todays formulations do not have alcohol. However, there is no evedence gripe water helps sooth infants. More importantly, there is no evedence to affirm its safty. Therefore, I do not recamend it. ...Read more
Depends on reason: I find infants/toddlers/kids do well in the water and enjoy the process when used as a a fun activity. Parents need to understand that it must be closely supervised and kids warned never to go near water unless an adult is with them. Swimming "lessons" are a problem when uses as a "safety" measure in children. You can NEVER drown proof a kid, ever, with lessons and I don't suggest them before 4y. ...Read more
Clean versus sterile: All dishes, cups, and silverware should always be 'sterile' or at least cleaned in hot water with soap. No eating should be done, regardless of age, from unclean dishes, glasses or silverware. I do not understand the question. Hot water suffices to clean or 'sterilize' the eating utensils we use as humans whether we are babies or adults. ...Read more
No coconut water: Water is not safe for babies under 6 mts. It can lead to sodium imbalance which can cause seizures. Only breast milk/formula before then. After 6 mts, can offer small amounts of water in a cup. Fruit juice is ok too but I believe that kids are better off if they don't discover fruit juice and get that taste for sugary drinks. I have never heard of giving babies coconut water. I would be cautious. ...Read more
Nothing specific: Babies don't need anything but breast milk or formula for the first year but I see no reason to Prohibit it's use. Some prefer not to use it as it may interfere with normal feeding & slow growth. Kids can get water-logged if the drink too much. An ounce or two occasionally doesn't hurt any kid. ...Read more
My babies refusing the water they are now seven months what can I do? When I should give them? How much daily?
No problem!: A normal 7 month-old does not need to drink water. Babies should be offered breast milk, or formula, when thirsty. Sometimes juice is used to help resolve constipation. Otherwise, juice is not needed. During periods of the stomach flu, pedialyte may be tried if a baby is not tolerating breast milk or formula. But, in general, babies do not need to drink water. ...Read more