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What Foods Are High In Dimethylglycine
I would like to know if dimethylglycine (dmg) is beneficial for vertigo? What are the pros and cons of it, what can it do to help, it is worth it for vertigo treatment?
Keep the salt low: Most doctors recommend a low salt diet - some would also suggest making sure you also get enough calcium. No food group actually lowers your blood pressure, but low salt and low fat (because you want to avoid other risk factors such as elevated cholesterol) and moderation in alcohol is the best course. ...Read more
Carbs: What I believe you are asking is what carbs are high on the glycemic index. Low-glycemic index foods (less than 55) produce a gradual rise in blood sugar levels that's easy on the body. Foods with high-glycemic index numbers (more than 70) make blood sugar levels as well as Insulin levels spike fast. You can determine what foods are high or low at: www. Glycemicindex. Com. ...Read more
Add fiber.: Adding fiber to a high GI food or recipe, or even to a meal in general, can lower the GI and make it a bit healthier. For example, add psyllium husks when baking muffins or even cupcakes for the kids, or add it to the breading about baked chicken or fish. Adding fiber to a meal is always a good thing. ...Read more
Not really: Your stomach already has hydrochloric acid in it at a pH of about 1.5. The most acidic foods that humans eat have a pH of 5.5 (lemon juice and vinegar). Stronger than that is unpalatable and would burn your tongue and esophagus! The stomach acid also serves an important protective function. It kills most of the bacteria on raw food that we eat. Yes ago AIDS pts died in hospital from inf from sala ...Read more
Www. Loseit. Com: This website allows you to check the calorie, cholesterol and saturated fat in foods that you eat. One important point is that the cholesterol continent of food has very little impact on blood bad cholesterol. In fact reducing the amount of cholesterol in diet may decrease good cholesterol by more! Saturated fat and excess calories are more important, which the loseit website helps with too. ...Read more
Whole eggs are good: The cholesterol that is in eggs is the type that your body needs to be healthy. High triglycerides in the blood usually comes from over eating sugars and starches. To lower your triglycerides start by cutting out all high fructose corn syrup and try to cut back on total carbs to 100 grams per day. ...Read more
Yes: An example is wesson oil (vegetable oil): 1 tbs has 14 grams of fat and 0 mg of cholesterol. ...Read more
Calcium rich foods!:
From highest to very high in order!
cheese-milk-sesame seeds-tofu-almonds-flax seeds-greens-brocholli.
Shoot for 1000mg/day! ...Read more
Sugar intake: According to the American Heart Association (AHA), the maximum amount of added sugars you should eat in a day are (7): Men: 150 calories per day (37.5 grams or 9 teaspoons) ...Read more
One diet specifically created to lower blood pressure is the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet. In research studies, people who were on the DASH diet had lowered their blood pressure within 2 weeks.
The DASH diet emphasis vegetables, fruits, low fat diet. It has moderate amounts of nuts, fish, poulty, and whole grains. It is low is salt, sugar, red meat, and trans fats. ...Read more
Boiling veggies: Boil water first then add washed vegetables to the boiling water. Cooking time will vary with the vegetable. Remove vegetable when mildly to moderately tender. Over cooking will destroy heat sensitive vitamins. ...Read more
Healthy diet: It's best to eat a balanced, healthy diet. Balance your plate as follows: 1/2 green (vegetables, salads, etc), 1/4 protein (fish, chicken, eggs, tofu, cheese, occasional red meat) and 1/2 complex carbohydrates (brown rice, quinoa, baked potato, sweet potato, whole wheat breads/pasta). Don't get too caught up in eating or avoiding one particular food. Keep it balanced. ...Read more
What food shall I take when I have an attack of high sugar level, what food should a immediately take?
What benefit would you get eating low and high glycemic food at the same time and in equal amounts? None?
Ia. Suffering from high cholestrol and triglycerdide at the level of 210&425 respectively. Kindly advice proper medicine and food.
High chol & TGs: Avoid fast food that tends to b deep fried; choose lean meats, oily fish (salmon), foods high in omega-3 fats. Sugary, high glycemic carbs tend to raise tgs. Increase dietary fiber (absorbs fats) meds: omega-3 supplements (1000 mg enteric coated, 3-4 a day); rx for "statin" cholesterol-lowering agent from doc; some also recommend niacin/a fibrate to help lower tgs. Crestor (rosuvastatin) works well 4 both. ...Read more
If you eat a high GI food, do u get smaller spikes if you only eat a little at a time? Spread it out over 8 hours instead of all at once?
Yes: Well, that sums it up, yes.Get a more detailed answer ›
Cooked food on v high heat for couple of minutes in saucepan n kind of tasted of metal. Have the chemicals been leached? Is this hazardous for health?
Buy a new pan!: You can get new cookware for not that much money and if you can detect an alteration in the taste of the food then check the recipe. You are probably using too little oil. And if you are using a non-stick pan the surface should not be heated to higher than 450 F. ...Read more
My weight keep increasing even though I exercise every other day. I wonder what can be the reason. I don't eat lot of unhealthy food or high quantities of food?
Keep a record: Of ALL the calories you consume and the exact amount of exercise and type and take this to a nutritionist or a clinician. You don't give your age or gender, but women over 50 must exercise at least 45 minutes a day to keep from gaining weight. And it could also be another medical condition. ...Read more
Oils and fats: Oils and fats have higher calories. Proteins and carbs (starches, sugars) have lower calories than oils and fats have. More importantly is the amount of food one eats. For example, eating 12 ounces of protein has more calories than eating 3 ounces of fats. One must also consider the nutritional value of the foods (but that's another story). ...Read more