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What Are The Healthiest Noodles To Eat
Instant noodles : I have no idea why you were told that. If they are cooked and within the date advised they should do you no harm unless you have an allergy ...Read more
What can you eat after colonoscopy? Tried and vomitted noodle, cracker, soda... What else can I try?
I ate noodles & once I was done the left side of my chest started to hurt? I eat pretty healthy and excerise
Indigestion: Did the pain go away? Have you had this with other foods? Given your age and overall health status, I would suspect indigestion. Immediate food allergy would usually involve other symptoms such as hives, swelling, trouble breathing or wheezing, vomiting/diarrhea/abdominal pain, or dizziness. If this happens repeatedly, a doctor can definitely help. ...Read more
Not really: You should avoid carbohydrates including noodles.Get a more detailed answer ›
If these were a freshly opened package or box of rice noodles and looked normal, you shouldn't get sick on eating those
mildly undercooked ones. Therefore I would expect no immediate or longer term adverse reactions. ...Read more
Look on the package: See how many calories are listed on the pack and divide that number by two. ...Read more
Adolescent males: Eat a lot. A growing male can need as much as 5000-6000 calories a day if he is active, doing sports. It is important to be sure you eat carbs, fats and proteins. The pasta and rice amounts are not quite as important as long as it is not just noodles and rice without veggies, fruits, proteins. An overweight person may need to cut back on the carbs..... ...Read more
Im worried as i eat fattis and monis instant noodles atleast once every 5 days, can it cause cancer or is very bad for me?
Instant noodles: can contain a lot of sodium and other chemicals. So, try to eat them sparingly rather than every 5 days. A regular diet of them is not good for overall health and by themselves they don't cause cancer. Stick w/fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, etc. It takes more time and work but it's worth it. Peace and good health. ...Read more
What can a person eat if they have a bad cold that they can buy at like a fast food place or take to go outside of chicken noodle soup?
Cold: You are 46 years old and you know what is available around you and what if any dietary restrictions you have, use your best judgement. ...Read more
I eat about 380 grams (cooked amount) of brown rice/day and when I don't have rice I have rice noodles. Is this level of arsenic dangerous if organic?
DependsOriginOfRice: brown rice from California,India or Pakistan is best choice&it has third less inorganic Arsenic than other Brown Rice.You can cut the exposure by rinsing the rice 6cups of water to 1 cup of rice&draining the extra water.That way you can remove 30% of the Arsenic.Organic Arsenic can be less toxic.Brown rice has 80% more arsenic than white rice,If you are cocerned about arsenic cut down Rice intake ...Read more
My daughter will not eat to save her life she will be 5 in may she hates food she eats like once a week but other then that she wont touch anything and she when she does eat that one time it has to be noodles or she wont touch it
Involve her in her meal planning. Buy cook books for kids and have her pick out things she wants to try. Then go shopping together to buy all the ingredients and cook together.
Does she spend a lot of her time away from you? If so ask others what her eating habits are like away from home. What does she eat at school?
Kids can be very picky. If she is on the growth chart with no major changes from the last visit (chart done at pediatricians office) and she's not anemic, then she is likely getting enough food.
Give her a daily kids vitamin. Also consider a nutritionist and therapy to explore her food issues if you feel this is needed. Lastly, involve her pediatrician in this issue.
All the best. ...Read more
As opposed to...: ...consuming them on a full stomach? Its all about your overall nutrition--I hope your diet is better balanced than just eating spicy noodles every day. Enjoy the noodles in moderation if tolerated, but add whole grains, fresh fruits/vegetables, minimize alcohol please, & allow yourself to explore new foods to broaden your preferences. ...Read more
Gastroenteritis: Yes, if you are feeling better you can eat any of these. ...Read more
Hi... My jaundice level 10 days ago was 12.7 and I well recovered a little.... Is it safe for me to eat noodles?
Noodles: Assuming you have not been told to avoid all food, noodles should be fine. ...Read more
Probably: Just keep these things in mind. First, if you are numb, you need to be very careful eating hot foods so as not to burn yourself. Second, amalgam (silver) fillings do not reach 100% of their full strength for about 24 hrs, so be careful chewing on these right after having the filling placed. Second, be very careful eating anything while numb. You don't want to bite a chunk of your cheek or tongue! ...Read more
Having liquid yellow diarrhoea after drinking tequila the other night, was sick yesterday.. What could this be? Can i eat yoghurt, noodles or soup?
Was it heavy?: Heavy drinking of anything can result in diarrhea, because of direct toxic effects of alcohol on the gut, as well as damaging the pancreas (which usually results in pain as well). Dairy products of any kind are not good if you have diarrhea. Clear liquids (water, juices like apple or grape), consomme soup (no noodles), jello etc. Is best until diarrhea clears. Pepto bismol and Imodium (loperamide) may help. ...Read more
What is it called when a 5 year old child eats only two things (tyson's chicken fries and campbell's chicken noodle soup)? She adamantly refuses to eat (or even sample) anything else. Is this normal?
Power play: Kids at 5 are not at an age where reasoning works (tooth fairy, santa).Quit trying to reason with her. If you only offer healthy food & several tasty options, you have done your job. If she skips a few meals she may be willing to try things others seem to enjoy. Bribery is fine for trying new. As long as you fix the same fries/soup for every meal she will demand you continue. ...Read more
I recently had my wisdom teeth taken out this morning and my favorite kind of ramen noodles is very spicy. Is it ok for me to eat it?
Yes: If spicy ramen noodles is part of your normal diet, you can eat them following your surgery. If your mouth is still numb, you will need to make sure that the noodles and liquid they are cooked in are not too hot, as you could experience a burn to the mouth and not feel it until the local anesthetic wears off. ...Read more
Is lo mein noodles healthy? i am on diet i drink protein shakes and eat an healthy meal i have lost some weight but need healthy meal that tastes good
Soft food: After extraction, eating soft food like noodles--ramen, spaghetti, pho, soba, etc.--is an excellent choice. Make sure food is not too hot. Important: do not slurp noodles but eat like you'd do with pasta. This is because slurping or any sucking motion will cause the clotting blood to come off--a major issue that leads to dry socket! fyi: ramen has little nutritional value so take supplements also. ...Read more
I got my 3 impacted wisdom teeth removed 5 days ago. now i'm craving for thai red curry with noodles. is mild spicy safe for me to eat? Thank you
I drank Saturday night. I have only been able to eat one time between then and today. Monday. I have hot flashes and my stool is a little loose. And I feel sick to my stomach but nothing comes up I tried to eat some noodles with broth. That instantly made
Gastritis: If you drank heavily, the alcohol could have caused acute gastritis which is an inflammation of the stomach lining. Loose bowel movements are not unusual, but if the stool is black associated bleeding is likely and in that case you should head to the emergency room. Otherwise follow a bland diet starting with broth and drink flat room temperature ginger ale to relieve nausea. It could be a viral t ...Read more
Have stomach virus 4th day. Vomit & nausea. Feel weak. Stomach like I've been on rollercoaster. Managed noodle soup. What else to eat? Don't desire it
Just stay hydrated: If you don't feel like eating, there is no reason to. Just try to stay hydrated. You can try bread, Jell-O, or noodles ...Read more