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What Would Happen If You Eat To Much Food
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
What to do if i know not to eat too much food with carbohydrates, what is the amount that I do need to eat?
Type of carbs: You want to avoid large amounts of simple carbs (like sugar) but complex carbs are ok in reasonable amounts. Protein is good, but too much fat will reverse any benefit of avoiding carbs. And any diet without an increase in activity is doomed to fail. You need to burn more calories not just decrease your intake. Even if you start with simple walking... Just get our heart rate up. ...Read more
Nothing but --------: Eating too much protein will not make you gain more weight and muscle mass according to the experts, but has been used in low carb diets to loose weight, but long term they may do more harm than good, the harm may be subtle and not easily noticed too much protein puts stress on your kidneys cause problems with kidneys, cause constipation and ketosis ie accumulation of ketones in blood and dehydration. ...Read more
Not a disease: Being thin is not a disease. There is no medicine or medical advise to give you to change your genetics other than eating a balanced diet with good amounts of protein, and some carbohydrates and some fat calories. Wanting a body you were not born with does not mean you are ill or have a medical condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It Depends: No one answer fits everyone here. It depends on the health of your cardiovascular system before during and after eating fast foods laden with saturated fats, excessive calories and sugars wh ich can contribute to pre- diabetes or diabetes and thus significanty increase your risk of heart disease and heart attack. Always ask to see the nutritional information at any fast food resturant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Healthy and fat.: It's one thing to want to be healthy - that's great. And you can be healthy and overweight, as studies have shown. But aspiring to be fat is misdirected; being overweight usually at least suggests health risk, if not in the short term then in the long term. You can be healthy without being overweight, of course. ...Read more
Eating too much?: I do not believe there is any medical or scientific reason to limit your almond use. But, i would ask questions about how many calories these represent; if you are hydrating enough with this large fat and protein diet; if you are constipated or having other bowel issues because of your large intake of almonds. ...Read more
Food as energy: Food you've eaten helps supply us with energy by being broke down into macronutrients (protein, carbs, fat) micronurients (vitamins, minerals) when you workout, your body uses broken down nutrients to replace the energy lost from a workout, give you more energy to sustain a workout, repair muscles after a workout. The rest is waste = toilet. There are many books on sports nutrition available. ...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
Bland, fluids: Assuming it is true "food poisoning" (gastroenteritis), not active inflammatory disease, etc., brat diet, bananas, rice(white), applesauce, tea, toast; fluids, not just h2o. Go easy on fruit juices (sorbitol content can cause cramps, diarrhea); miso soup, broths. Add boiled, broiled chicken, fish; baked/boiled potato. Fever, bleed, pain, xs vomit, diarrhea, prolonged course, complex pmh, see md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Eating too much...: ... does not make you bulimic. But if you are concerned you might have or might be developing an eating disorder, get more info! Start w/ Dr Laura hill's TED Talk "Eating disorders from the inside out." Summary: "Calm, pleasure & satisfaction is what most people experience after eating. But 4 people w/ eating disorders, food brings anxiety, disturbance & noise." Watch here: http://bit.Ly/169jpxk ...Read more
Don't do it: Ammonia is dangerous when ingested so don't even think about it. Check out http://chemm.nlm.nih.gov/ammonia_hospital_mmg.htm for more info. Basically, nothing good will come from eating/drinking ammonia. ...Read more
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