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What Should I Eat To Have Healthy Sperm
Not that simple: Good over all health will usually lead to healthy sperm. A good well balanced diet, exercise, plenty of water. Stay out of areas of ionizing radiation such as xrays, avoid excess alcohol , anabolic steroids, recreational drugs, and sex transmitted diseases. The rest of the things you see on internet may help but not usually proven and is someone selling something. ...Read more
A balanced diet: You should adjust your diet to maintain a healthy weight and make sure it is well balanced in carbohydrates, proteins (from fish, nuts, no-fat yogurt) and have limited amount of fats in it. I would advise more of plant based foods with ample veggies, grains and fruits (very important part of diet, in my view). Avoid meat heavy diets they are outright unhealthy due to excess saturated fats in them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Small changes add up: Start by avoiding junk food, soda and substituting with healthy alternatives such as fruit, veggies, yogurt, water or milk. Don't skip breakfast, try to plan your snacks/meals ahead so you have something healthy to grab on the run. Make small changes, experiment with what works best for you. See https://secure02.kidshealth.org/teen/food_fitness/nutrition/veggies_tips.html#cat20132 ...Read more
If you can, eat: Organic, local fruits ; vegetables when they are in season. Eat at least 5 servings of vegetables ; 4 of fruit per day. Eat many different colors of fruit ; vegetables. Avoid processed foods. Try to stay from junk carbohydrates - go for whole grain instead. Limit red meat. Don't add extra salt. Limit or avoid alcohol. Enjoy your food - take time to savor it. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Healthy dinner.: Generally speaking, lean source of protein (chicken, fish, turkey, pork), complex carbohydrates including both grains and vegetables, and water to drink. For vegetarians, combine beans and grains to create a complete protein. Don't make dessert a regular part of dinner - only an occasional treat. ...Read more
Eat fewer calories: Healthy diets have protein foods, and natural foods that take time to chew but contain few calories. Examples include carrots, celery, and iceberg lettuce (little/no salad dressing). When shopping for fruits, buy small ones no bigger than a tennis ball, because fruits have sugar. Drinks without calories include water and green tea. Some healthy fats are ok. Avoid sugar & simple starch calories. ...Read more
What kind of anemia?: In order to better answer you, please tell me what type of anemia--iron deficiency, B12 or Folic Acid deficiency, sickle cell or other hemoglobinopathy--ladies will often develop iron deficiency because of menstrual blood loss, iron containing foods --green leafy vegetables, meats, iron-vitamin combos may be indicated. Balanced diet with all major food groups is helpful. Decrease portions, exer. ...Read more
Total Health: I commend you for being Vegetarian for Good Health. Let the Wise Person within you Guide you for Total Health: •Physical- Balanced Diet with protein, carbohydrates, less Fat, Minerals, Vitamins and Anti-oxidants; and Exercise •Intellectual-Perspective, Logical Reasoning •Emotional- Taking care of stress, feelings, needs and expectations •Social –Relationships and work •Spiritual Health ...Read more
I don't know how to cook & I have busy schedule in college so I eat whatever I can eat to survive but I know it's not healthy. What should I do?
Diet - poor: It is important for thinking and lifestyle to have all the food groups in your day to function at your best level. Fluids, water is very important- 48-64 ozs/d. Also, protein as in meats, milk, tofu. carbs - fruit, fats - avocado, olive oil, vegetables broiled/steamed and whole grains (pasta without white flour). This will be your best nutritional balance. ...Read more
Pregnancy diet/food: In terms of diet, eating a healthy diet is important. There are no specific limitations though one should be careful about mercury if consuming lots of fish. Be sure to take a prenatal vitamin with appropriate folic acid & iodine supplementation especially in iodine deficient areas. Obtain and f/u on proper prenatal care. Screen for infections, HTN, & diabetes as per your doctor ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please help me I am so confused and scared to be fat I don't want to be fat what is the healthy food that's I should eat and what should I avoid ?
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
What do you suggest if i used to follow a low carb diet , but now i want to maintain my weight, i don't know how many calories should I eat per day?
See below: Go to www.caloriecount.com. Open a free account (they'll ask you some basic question about your age, gender, weight, and activities) and they'll calculate your daily caloric requirement for you. IT's a great site. ...Read more
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