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What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Healthy Food
You get healthy: You first regulate your bowel habits. Then, you sleep better and do not feel nauseated or complain of heartburn. Your mental function has more clarity, and if weight loss is your goal, you lose weight. In the long term, you prevent arterial plaque, reducing the incidence of heart attacks and strokes. And if one day, certain specific foods can be incriminated in cancer, you may prevent cancer. ...Read more
Pregnant women should eat a balanced, nutritional diet and increase their calorie intake to meet the needs of the developing fetus and their changing bodies. Eating a range of wholesome and nutritious foods during pregnancy is one of the most important things that women can do to ensure the normal development and growth of the fetus, and it can help to prevent prematurity and low birth weight. For the mother, good nutrition helps to prevent anemia, ...Read more
Lots: Eating healthy affects the entire body. Nutrients are absorbed in an efficient way. The muscles, nerves, bones and cells require nurturing to be healthy. Stay away from processed foods. Eat veggies, fish that is not fried and grains. You only have one body so treat it well. www.artofplasticsurgery.com ...Read more
It does not get any : No food means no energy. It is like a car without fuel in it. So food is what gives us energy. If you do not eat food, your body starts to break down your flesh/muscles and you become weaker and lose weight...So it is not a good idea to stop eating altogether. If you want to lose weight, eat less than normal but you still need to eat about half to two thirds of your usual normal intake of food. ...Read more
Eat normal meals: Your meals should have ample vegetables, fruits and grians but less of animal based foods like dairy products and mealts. Instread use tofu and nuts and low fat milk and yogurt. ...Read more
Calcium intake: As a female who is passing thru middle age, your bones will be impacted the most. Osteopenia will evolve then osteoporosis; new guidelines say we should not rely on calcium supplements but get our 800-1000 mg of daily calcium from food; you can do this by changing your diet: yogurt, soy milk, almond milk, lean meats, other milk, cheese; you can consult AAKP.com Nutrition Counter for calcium mg ...Read more
Off vegetarian diet: A healthy body makes a healthy adjustment , and nothing happens. ...Read more
Stop buying Junk.: If there is junk in the house they will keep eating it. Stop buying junk and put out healthy alternatives instead. ...Read more
GarbageIn-GarbageOut: Think of it like this: to build a strong castle, you want to use strong blocks. High quality building blocks build a stronger, longer-lasting castle. Cheap or weak blocks will decay and break down in short order. Build your castle - your body - with good foods & drinks (strong blocks) which will help it fight off invaders (infections) and last longer (live longer). Exercise & good sleep help, too. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Long List Bad Things: Include: malnutrition, heart damage, other organ damage, infertility, hair loss, tooth loss, body hair, bone loss, etc. See anad- natl assn of anorexia nervosa & related disorders: http://bit.Ly/14wd5ib. One stat: about 24 million people in us suffer from an ed. One ed, anorexia nervosa = the most fatal mental disorder: about 10% w/anorexia die from suicide/starvation/metabolic failure/other. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What will happen to your body weight if you eat less calories than what your body naturally burns?
Prediabetic diet.: The diet for prediabetes includes fiber (35 grams daily for females, 50 grams for men). Smaller more frequent meals is the rule as well. Eat five or six times daily, dividing the fiber amongst the meals evenly. Low fat, low cholesterol, rich in fruits and vegetables and lean protein sources. Supplementing cinnamon and chromium could help control the bloody sugars, too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gastritis: Start with clear liquid like water, soda that is clear, or sports hydration drinks. Sip often to prevent dehydration. Work up to solids with bland foods like bananas, rice, applesauce, toast, gelatin, or chicken. Avoid alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, dairy & high fat foods. Rest. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Excessive sugar=bad: Binge eating will cause a surge in blood sugar in diabetics. Poorly controlled diabetics (high blood surgar too long) causes many problems: risks for heart disease/attacks, strokes, blindness, kidney failures, dementia, increase cancers, infections, neuropathy, limbs amputations, gastroparesis (stomache can't move food well, and many many more. Be good/be healthy. Consult doc. Regularly. Good luck. ...Read more
What foods should you eat to maintain a healthy diet, and what is the exact amount of food should you eat daily?
Protein & vegetables: A rough guide to determining the amount of calories the average adult should consume daily is about 10x your weight. But using calories alone to gauge intake is not enough. Essentially I have found that small meals of mostly protein and above-ground vegetables maintains ideal body weight, chemistry and hormone levels. Individual genetics, activity, and medical conditions influence this greatly. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Stop Bad Foods/Drink: Here is a simple way to lose, without a diet, the list shows the reasons people gain wt. In order of most important & easiest to change, simply go down list, find your top 2 reasons, and then make a few changes, such as: diet soda for soda, subway for burgers, 100 cal packs: 1. Any drink with sugar 2. Fast foods 3. Fried foods 4. Skipping meals 5. Bad breakfasts 6 bad snacks 7. Large portions. ...Read more
Nutritionist: If self control isn't working for you, ask your physician to refer you to a licensed nutritionist. Time and money well spent. ...Read more
Weight gain: There is no "one food" per se. Weight is a function of calories in and calories out. To gain weight, you have to consume more calories than you expend. ...Read more
I usually eat heavy lunch and dinner . After the meal I eat fruits directly . Is this a healthy habbit to eat fruits this way . Also what what is the ideal time to eat fruits ?
Breakfast?: Timing doesn't matter. Better to eat breakfast as well; then you may have a less heavy lunch and dinner. Keeps metabolism from sagging in the A.M.Also gut can handle fruits and protein foods at same time. Quantity is always an issue, especially if trying to maintain or lose weight. ...Read more
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