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What Kinda Food To Eat To Get A Bigger Butt
Doesn't work that : Way. You can't naturally program spot fat gain to a specific area of the body. ...Read more
Eat smaller meals.: Chew slower. Avoid carbonated beverages.Get a more detailed answer ›
My stomach becomes big anytime I drink or eat food and I eat it in small quantity . I think it mint be belly fat I need help to get rid of it?
Exam: I suggest a complete physicial exam and abdominal ultrasound to rule out gallbladder disease. You will also require comprehensive blood testing. ...Read more
I get stomach pain when I eat fast food, drink coffe or eat a big meal. If eat right before going to sleep, I start to have stomach problems to.
Low Starch/Sugar: To burn stomach fat, the best diet is a low carb (low starch and sugar), higher protein ketogenic (fat burning diet) basically keeping your carbs below 40 grams/day, all from low sugar fruits and green vegetables, and protein above 70 grams/day should help. You can look up ketogenic diet online for more help as well. ...Read more
Ice: Spray saline into your nostrils frequently to flush out allergens and irritants. You will get the best care in a long term relationship with a provider who knows you over time. Discuss this with that provider. ...Read more
Diet: A varied diet with moderate portion size and sharply restricting soda and juice intake can go a long way towards weight loss. For a beginning exercise program, why not try a daily walk, in addition to the walking you already do in work or play? It is also a period where you might not be eating. Put on some music and dance! ...Read more
What's for dinner: Set the example of good eating with yourself, what is in your refrigerator and cupboards, what you make available to your family. First steps may include, less fatty snacks, more fresh veggies, washed and cut and easy for the kids to grab when grazing for munchies. Talk about nutrition, appetite, and how to seek information from food labels. Make it fun. ...Read more
Alice In Wonderland!: Yes, there are foods that may alter neural function & cognition, but there is no diet for getting smarter any more than there are diets for getting taller, prettier, etc. You are smarter however if you reduce portion size, avoid excessive snacking & unneeded calories, optimize fiber, fruits/vegetables, minimize fats, salt, sugary foods & alcohol. ...Read more
No. Discard all food: No. Discard all food that has come into contact with floodwater, including canned goods, water bottles, and plastic utensils. When in doubt, throw it out! ...Read more
Vitamins & aspirin: Taking a daily vitamin is the best first option. If you are >40y male or >50y female take daily 81mg aspirin. Can also take vit d 2000 iu/day if you are experiencing some fatigue. Most others haven't been shown to make a difference. ...Read more
Do you mean: Can preservatives make you sick? Or prevent sickness? The question is a little ambiguous as written. ...Read more
Offer frequently: Offer the foods frequently-familiarity with foods increases the liklihood that he will eat them. Don't insist that they eat a portion, but encourage ' a bite to be polite'. Don't allow frequent snacking or drinking-this can fill a child up; don't serve alternative meals to picky eaters. Family members should eat what is served, missing a meal is not catastrophic-unless doctor says so. ...Read more
Protein & fats:
The key to losing weight is not a temporary diet but permanent changes. Minimize sugar/simple carbs and grains, emphasize protein and fats.
I like Dr. Furhman's diet: http://tinyurl.com/ktampgg Dr. Weil has useful info: http://tinyurl.com/m8avwzh — see his "discuss that" link in his article.
See https://authoritynutrition.com/weight-loss/ for many useful articles.
Exercise is also important. ...Read more
A suggestion: The campaign to eat locally is designed to prevent the exit of resources from your local community. It is not a command and of course does not refer to items not available at certain times of the year. It is a good idea however, to support your local farmer and local retail stores, etc. ...Read more
The sugar goes down: This happens to everyone, not just diabetics. We have a limited store of sugar/protein(which can be converted to sugar) which is being used constantly to keep body alive; thus must be replenished--via eating. Not eating=storage depletion. For diabetics, it is more concerning due to the use of medication which reduces the sugar. So, +meds and no food=danger of hypoglycemia. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Avoid: saturated fats (full fat milk, cheese, ice cream, butter, red meat); trans fats (margarine, crisco)
Do eat: lots of fruits and veggies, fish, high fiber foods (whole wheat everything, cereal with high fiber content). There is no magic food which is going to make your cholesterol plummet.
Optional: one alcoholic drink per day can help decrease cholesterol. More is bad for you. ...Read more
Depends: Depends mainly on your family history especially mother, father, and grandparents. ...Read more
Very common problem: At age one to two children experiment a lot with oral stimulation. Some are all hand-to-mouth while others are very oral defensive. They need to experiment with flavors and textures. Provide many types and textures and do not force foods on him. Often finger foods are fun or small pieces of fruits and cheese and crackers and cereal pieces. Some only tolerate pureed or mashed. ...Read more
What foods can help me get a 6-pack faster and what should I never eat of I want to get a 6-pack?
healthy foods: Overall, there are no foods that will give you "six-pack abs, " but eating well with healthy non-fattening foods in combination with a regimented exercise program geared towards toning your abs is what you need. Avoid fats and carbohydrates if you need to lose weight to get started. Best wishes. ...Read more
I want to know what food should I eat so that my result of my prothrombin test get in normal range?
Why is it abnormal?: What is your pt? If prolonged, how much, and why? Pt may be prolonged due to vitamin k deficiency, which is rare, and you can make up for that by eating green leafy vegetables or taking a supplement. However, prolonged pt is may be due to liver disease or some medication you may be taking. Discuss the matter with your doctor. ...Read more
Why do I keep forgetting to eat i just don't get hungry I had to force food down today cuz I didn't eat in 2 days?
Lost appetite: It sounds like you have lost your appetite. Depending on how long this has been going on -- and whether you're recovering from the flu or some other GI illness -- you need to see your physician about this. Many issues can interfere with appetite. Some have to do with depression and anxiety, and others have to do with more physical illnesses. Best to check things out so you get needed help. ...Read more
When I eat large quantities of food i just get really upset with myself and tend want to eat more. What do I do about it?
Self control: It's great that you recognize this. But you have to make an effort to avoid eating when you are upset. Give yourself some time to cool down . Find an activity that isn't eating to distract yourself and while allow you to dissipate some of that negative energy. ...Read more