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What Glycemic Category Would Include Yogurt And Cheese
How soon after taking Levothyroxin can I eat yogurt, cottage cheese, cheese, milk ? Do eggs fall into this same category ?
I have tried yogurt with my 11 month old three times and he has thrown up every time. He has not done this with yogurt bites or cheese. Why is this?
Milk intolerant so switching to yogurt and cheese. What kinds of foodborne illnesses can I get from cheese?
Unpasteurized cheese: Although required by fda to be aged 60+ days to destroy bacteria, still possible for listeria, salmonella, e. Coli or other bacteria to cause illness. [google unpasteurized cheese for list]. Pasteurized cheeses should be safe if properly cooled. Cheese may still cause problems for milk-intolerant; try lactaid/dairy ease tablets as directed to prevent symptoms. Yogurt has good bacteria to help. ...Read more
How can I know if my child is lactose intolerant? How do I know which cheeses and yogurts don't have lactose?
Lab Tests or Symptom: Your child's doctor can run lactose-intolerance tests. However, the easiest way may be to remove lactose-containing foods/beverages from the child's diet and see if their symptoms improve. I'm afraid all cheeses and yogurts contain lactose. There are some speciality milks that are lactose free. However, if your child is lactose-intolerant, there is no need to have dairy in their diet. ...Read more
My toddler loves milk. How much milk should he consume in a day? Does that affect the amount of other dairy he consumes, like cheese and yogurt?
About 16 oz.: Most toddlers need about 16 oz a day of dairy products. Low fat milk is recommended once they turn 2 years old. Excessive milk usually results in a child not eating well, because it keeps them feeling satisfied. It can also contribute to constipation. There can also be chronic blood loss in the intestines, resulting in anemia in some children. ...Read more
NO: Question if soy milk is in the same group as "milk, yogurt, cheese" group. NO. Soy milk is soy based, which is a different protein than cow's milk protein. Traditional milk, yogurt, and cheese are made from cow's milk. All these have alternative to cow's milk, such as soy, almond, coconut, etc. ...Read more
Yes, but: High A1c is a risk factor for heart disease and should be controlled. You may wish to consult a nutritionist for advice about diet. Exercise is equally important. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Yes.: Any cheese you buy should be devoid of carbohydrate, but your lucky: swiss, chedder, colby, provolone, parmesgan, romano, etc. Avoid american processed chees. (read the lable-carbs which are lactose). Frozen ices and most yogurts contain lactose. Greek and middle eastern style yogurts may contain little to none. But check the carbs-lactose, unless sweetened with corn syrup & dextrose. ...Read more
Insulin release: Hi. Most dairy products have some sugars in them, and they stimulate insulin release accordingly. Butter has no sugars, but is usually put on things that have sugars/carbohydrates, and as such, insulin is still released in response to the whole package. I advise nonfat dairy for everyone, not just diabetics. Heart disease is twice as likely in diabetes as it is in matched non-diabetics. Good luck! ...Read more
Yogurt for 5 days = no problems
String cheese = subsequent vomiting
How could the intolerance be different if both "dairy"?
Different forms: And different additives, despite same origin,Get a more detailed answer ›
I hear when eating sugar you should eat fat too to lessen the glycemic effect. True? So vanilla lowfat yogurt's better than nonfat for weight mgmt?
Yes: Isotretinoin is better absorbed, therefor more effective, if taken with fatty food. The calcium is not relevant to Isotretinoin but is good for you. Go for it. Avoid vitamin a--------all foods are ok, but vit a in pills will aggravate the side effects including headaches and dry lips. ...Read more
How come my son can eat yogurt and cheese with no problem but has allergic reaction to a full glass of milk?
Allergy to milk: Are you sure it is a allergic reation? If the symptoms are intestinal pain and diarrhea then he may have lactose intolerance due to milk sugar lactose not being digested. Yogurt has less lactose than milk and that is why it may be eaten with problem. If it is allergy, then a whole glass of milk carries a lot more allergic portortion compared to yogurt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My toddler is 20 months old. He gets 3x 7 oz milk a day. He eats yogurt at night everyday & either cereal or cheese in the morning. Is that too much?
Dairy diet: If he is constipated, its a bit much, otherwise, if tolerated, good. ...Read more
Endo/colonoscopy prep instructions say no dairy. Does this mean no milk, cheese, and yogurt, or does it include anything that contains dairy as well?
Clear liquids: colonoscopy prep instructions usually require clear liquids along with the actual preparation. Clear liquids are essentially any liquid which you can see through, which precludes any dairy products. Be sure to take all of the preparation, even if the liquid coming out is already clear. Good luck. ...Read more
My 2 yo is very picky.Eats a lot of chicken nuggets and hot dogs and grilled cheese. Is this ok? He will also eat yogurt and baby food veggie occasion
Sad process: The toddler is used to a world where they are the boss and many fail to begin teaching them to be children.In the 1st yr you carried/diapered/fed them at any point they cried for it.That is what they expect even when they start being independent. Stop feeding the kid separately.Have him eat at the table and offer what you make.Maybe do one requested item for a while. Let him fuss, he won't starve ...Read more
I am 5'2" and 130lbs. For over 6months I have eaten very healthy and exercised regularly, yet I have only lost 2 lbs. What am i doing wrong? My daily foods: 3 eggs, 2 or 3 pieces of fruit, turkey slices or canned tuna, cheese or yogurt, rice, mixed vegeta
Make : Make sure you are eating six small healthy meals/snacks a day. This will help boost your metabolism. Consider makng an appointment with a registered dietician for a meal plan. Often times we think we are eating perfectly and actually we are not. Also see your doctor to rule out any possible medical problems that could possibly be impeding your weight loss. Also after reviewing your bmi (body mass index) which is 24, you are actually in a healthy weight range, which could be why you are not losing and merely maintaining. Take care. ...Read more
I believe I am lactose intolerant. If I eat anything dairy from cheese, milk, yogurt, anything I am running to the bathroom after only 10 minutes ?
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