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Why Does A High Protein Diet Increase Urine Output
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Refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
Low creatinine serum, high creatinine clearance and normal urine cret at age 21. Totally sedentary lifestyle with high protein diet. What's thr prob?
Kidney problem?: With the information you provided, I do not think you have a problem with your kidneys. Creatinine is an indication of your kidney function and, just as important, is gives an estimation of your muscle mass. A high creatinine clearance may be seen with uncontrolled diabetes, which you do not have. Speak to the physician who ordered these tests on you for more information, he knows you best.
Does a high protein diet help with torn Achilles recovery? What should I increase in a well balanced diet? Vitamins etc. You might suggest?
Why do people who are trying to lose weight on a high protein diet have an increased danger of suffering kidney damage?
Protein & Exercise: Are good things but not enough to boost libido and help w/erections. Please see your doc who will likely run hormone lab tests. Then you will know if your situation is more psychological or physical. Natural or pharmaceutical hormone replacement is an option as is stress management training. Peace and good health.
Does a high protein diet help with the recovery of tenden rebuilding due to injury like it would with muscle recovery?
Protein and bread: Hi, in general, moderation goes a long way. (i know, the term "moderation" is so overused and hard to define. Still...). A high-protein diet combined with a small portions of bread can be a useful approach to managing weight. You might consider using breads that are lower in glycemic load, such as sprouted wheat (or "flourless") breads (available at trader joe's or ezekiel brand).
No and no: Generally this is for weight loss. The diet works either by making people so miserable that they don't eat, or loss of some muscle glycogen, or changing the cues for eating. All of these will be messed up by even small amounts of bread. Furthermore, the whole question implies trying to get out of eating less and exercising more and how to bail out on dieting.
What to do if I have recently began a high protein diet. I am not overly strict but was wondering if my diet could include bread at any point?
Bread: In general, moderation goes a long way. (i know, the term "moderation" is so overused and hard to define. Still...). A high-protein diet combined with a small portions of bread can be a useful approach to managing weight. You might consider using breads that are lower in glycemic load, such as sprouted wheat (or "flourless") breads (available at trader joe's or ezekiel brand).
Possibly: If you are intensively exercising you will need more protein to build muscle.
No fads: In my opinion, you're thinking about this wrong. Diets (short term caloric restrictions) do not result in weight loss that is maintained. Subtle but sustainable changes to your diet (what you eat every day) can have life-long results. Make subtle changes to what you eat to take in fewer calories per day and increase your activity to burn more. You should not shoot to loss more than 1 pound/week.
Yes: There should be no issues with this approach.
I am doing IVF just failed first attempt have been told a high protein diet will help is this true?
Sorry no: Sorry for the disappointment. I doubt a change in diet would hurt anything, but there's zero science to support it: it's all wishful thinking. Good luck.
No: Nutrition today is quite complex. Why? The food industry has made every form of artificial food whether it be protein, fat, or carbs; available to consumers. Try to eat fresh, natural-organic foods, usually a balance of 15-25 % protein, 15-25% fat, and 50-75 complex carb---fruits. And veggies not much breads, rice or starchy foods. Lots of water at least 2 liters a day.
Yes: I do not recommend high fat, high sodium processed meats such as sausage, however.
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
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