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What Would Happen If You Eat To Much Food
Try to find another: Distraction other than food. Also, if you must snack try to find snacks that are not so calorically dense or more filling. Often lean proteins can fit the bill but everyone is a bit different. But the biggest intervention, is trying to recognize what seems to drive your nighttime hunger. If you can identify that stressor and address it, this may help all. ...Read more
Indigestion: Some can experience indigestion with spicy foods. Symptoms vary but include discomfort or burning in the upper abdomen, upset stomach (nausea), vomiting, or burping -- all of which can increase with stress. If you know yours is associated with spicy foods, don't eat so much of them! Eat more slowly; drink fluids after rather than during meals. Ginger or peppermint tea may soothe your stomach. ...Read more
Few possibilities...: Gas can certainly be the aggravated by our food choices. Many components of our foods including some sugars e.g. Disaccharides, oligodisaccharides are difficult to digest and therefore get broken down by bacterial flora in our guts producing gas. See ibsfree. Net for more diet advice. Other considerations include celiac disease - wheat protein intolerance or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. ...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
It depends: As little as nothing - as not all food that hasn't been properly handles spoils, or a serious as a life-threatening infection related to contaminated/spoiled food. If this has happened to you, watch out for nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea or fevers. These symptoms would suggest a brewing toxin/infectious process that should warrant evaluation. ...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 more
I commend you for your desire for Good Health!
Daily food intake will depend upon your weight, height, metabolism, need for energy for activities, and stress in your life.
On average, have 2000 Cal/day.
Have Balanced Diet with Protein, Carbohydrates, less Fat, Minerals, Vitamins and Anti-oxidants.
It is Not what you eat,
IT IS what is eating you!
Have Therapy for stress. ...Read more
Moderation: White grains (white rice, white bread, white pasta, etc.) are simple carbohydrates. This type of carbohydrate, when digested, turns into sugar quickly. This rise in blood sugar will cause a corresponding rise in one's Insulin level. The rise in Insulin can result in hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar symptoms of feeling sluggish, tired, shaky, and weak. Moderation is best. ...Read more
Hopefully nothing: Besides sounding gross, probably nothing. It would be nice to know what kind of worms as there are some that can be un-beneficial. ...Read more
Poor eater: That's not enough nutrition for a 2 mo baby. Babies continue to gain weight despite having acid reflux. Is your baby vomiting also? Perhaps he may have pyloric stenosis. If a girl, poor feeding is one of the signs of a UTI (urinary tract infection) and one of the metabolic diseases. It looks like your baby needs more detailed evaluation. Get a second opinion. ...Read more
Need nutritionist: You need the help of a nutritionist, coach and trainer -- which can all be the same person if knowledgeable. Your metabolism has likely slowed, since you say you are heavy but eat little. You need a good health evaluation by your physician first. Working with you, the nutritionist can develop a food and exercise plan that you'll like enough to stick with. Good luck to you! ...Read more
No valid info: There is no scientifically valid information that would define a life time limit on microwaved food. ...Read more
Body mass index: It depends whether you are muscular and active, or "soft" and sedentary. But for a 21 yo male of average activity, you would need approximately 3000 calories (130 grams carbohydrate and 66 grams protein) each day, spread among 3 or more meals. If you eat 3 meals, each the same, that would be 45 g carb and 22 g protein for a 1000 cal dinner. Stay active! Eat healthy! ...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
What foods should I eat with not much sugar I know tv dinners are one cause I saw the sugar in them today?
Read food labels: If sugar (or high fructose corn syrup or the like) is listed among the first 5 ingredients, there's probably quite a bit of it. The number of grams of carbohydrate can also be a clue. There are many foods now with sugar substitutes like stevia/splenda/equal/sorbitol/ xylol/erythritol. ...Read more
How much weight would I gain approximately if I were to eat nothing but fast food for a week like in that movie?
Fast Food obesity!!:
This is a very good question and one that you may already know the answer to. But, you would most likely gain some weight and also would clog up your arteries with excess fats and sugars that can add to your risk of heart disease.
But, I wold hesitate to guess the amount of weight you would gain.
And, I would highly not advise you to do this experiment. ...Read more
If dust landed on my food, will it still be safe for me to eat the food? What will happen if I eat the dust on the food?
Most house dust: Is make up of digested human skin cells. The excrement of human dust mites. Not very appetizing but harmless. ...Read more
I don't know how much food my 9mo baby should eat during the day in terms of serving sizes. I think I'm feeding her less.
Food introduction: The general recommendation for food introduction in infants is rice cereal at 4 -6 months, vegetables at 5 -6 months, fruits and fruit juices at 6 months, finger foods & meats at 9 months. A three meal two snack schedule is the usual goal, but adapting this schedule to your family's normal routine should be fine as long as your baby is comfortable and gaining weight appropriately. ...Read more
Made a sauce but think I have added to much salt can we still eat it or will it make the family sick to eat food that is too salty?
High dietary salt intake is generally associated with hypertension or elevation of the blood pressure, that can in turn affect the heart, kidneys and brain over many years if not treated.
some people are sensitive to salt more that others. AS a general recommendation reduction of dietary salt intake decrease the risk of heart disease and stroke ...Read more
What is causing me to gag when I eat? It happens with multitudes of food: steak, tacos, sandwiches, etc. (anything I have to chew.)
How much can weight fluctuate in a day depending on what you've had to eat/drink? A relative claims some foods make her gain 3 lbs "overnight."
It's certainly: Possible to gain "3 pounds overnight" if someone eats very salty food and/or has a problem with fluid retention. This is water weight, not body mass. I've seen patients with heart failure who have gained up to 10 pounds of edema fluid in 24 hours after a dietary indiscretion. Rather than being skeptical of your relative, I encourage you to support her in efforts to eat healthfully. Dr. Anne ...Read more
I do basic exercise 2-3 times a week I'm quite young, I don't eat much bad food but I'm having problems losing weight. How should I approach it.
Weight issues can be multifactorial:
Dietary / Food Allergies
Lifestyle / Behavioral issues
Mental / Emotional concerns
Other Metabolic / Chemical Imbalances
The great majority of these entities needs to be evaluated in order to uncover any hidden obstacles to weight management (particularly weight loss). ...Read more
Every time I eat big portions of food or I eat something spicy my jawbone locks, doesn't hurt but its harder for me to eat. Why does this happen?
TMJ: In some folks the joint between the jaw and the skull, the TMJ, can be unstable, and my pop out of joint with wide openings of the mouth. I'm not sure why you experience this with spicy food. I suggest you discuss this with your primary physician and/or your dentist. It's not uncommon that there is little or no pain. (TMJ = temporomandibular joint...that's why we use TMJ) Good luck. ...Read more
I never weight more than 105 my whole life no matter how much I eat thinking of giving up food and eat when I'm hungry which usually only like 1/day?
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I've noticed over the past couple of months that when I eat that I can't consume as much food as in the past. Usually 2 or 3 bites and I'm full. Why?
i don't know much about you, except that you feel full quickly for no apparent reason. This could be a sign of some serious illnesses. Please consult your physician immediately. There is a good likelihood of tests being ordered and a referral to a gastroenterologist to get the correct diagnosis. Good luck. ...Read more
If I eat the same 3 healthy foods daily 4 a wk. Then try 3 differnt ones the next. And keep changing it that way every wk. Would that help? Cant buy much
Healthy? Help What?: What is your definition of healthy foods? By who's criteria? I know of no foods which are promoted as not healthy; there is lots of promotion; not lots of honesty/reliable science in either the food or supplement industry. Buyer beware always applies. On the 2nd issue, help what? What is your goal? What are you asking about? Will attempt to help but cannot offer much from question as stated. ...Read more
I gain weight easily. If I eat a lot of (fast food) for a week, I would see a huge difference in my weight. I have friends who eat so much but they r ok?
Body composition: Body composition (muscle and fat) differs from person to person as does the amount of calories a person burns. Fast food is very high in calories and fat and im not suprised you would gain weight. Don't compare yourself to others, eat healthy and listen to your own body. If you don't want fast weight gain, don't eat fast foods. Choose healthier alternatives, prepare your own foods. ...Read more
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