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Avatar n tn I recently helped my father adopt a Whole Food Plant-Based Diet. He has lost 15 lbs in the last 3 months, cut his cholesterol numbers by a third, and is feeling better than ever! A whole food plant-based diet is one that emphasizes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts, and seeds and eliminates processed foods, animal products (meat, dairy, eggs), and oil. I would suggest looking for whole food plant-based recipes online.
Avatar f tn Do not lower your calories!!! Eat whole, high protein foods. You can worry about losing weight later (chances are you are gradually without trying anyway) working out is always a good idea, but don't push too hard or the stress can effect your milk supply. Remember to drink as much water as possible and eat as much protein as you can, you are building your baby's muscles and baby needs that to grow strong and healthy. Above all, remember supply and demand!
Avatar m tn Hi, first i want to tell you that I am not diabetic. I think it is important that I tell you this so you can judge for yourself what I say. My Mom's husband is, and I always had lower blood sugar, so I do my best to follow a diabetic diet as I find I feel much better. Now in the foodregardss. You want your grains to be as close to nature as possible. Brown rice, not white rice. UncleBen'ss might be a lower score due to fat added in the rice mix?
Avatar f tn You can journal it. Then you will be left with a safe diet of foods. Fiber in particular can be tricky for flatulence. Be careful with all fiber foods and introduce slowly such as nuts, legumes, breads, cereals, vegetables with higher fiber, etc. Stick to smaller portions too of all meals even if you have to eat more frequently. And as purple stated, lower fat foods are better. Sorry it has been hard. These are the common issues people have after gallbladder removal.
Avatar f tn My boyfriend has had stomach pain and cramping in lower right side of his stomach for the past 3 days the pain moves around and lessens but it keeps coming back. we thought it was gas at first but weve tried gaviscon and other antiacids ad its not helping. any ideas?
Avatar m tn No salt, lower proteins that are hard to digest. Low iron, vit a and raw foods are hard to digest except certain fruits. The Liver Foundation website has loads of diet tips. I think cooked eggs/omelets and pasta are great choices. Just really watch the salt! No processed foods and hard cheeses have higher salt content. I'm a PBJ gal, so that's been my comfort food. NO alcohol or soda! A bicarbonate Pepcid/anti acid combo prescription pill taken each night helps too! Drink water!
Avatar f tn GI = Glycemic Index. A low GI diet is one in which the things you eat will not spike blood sugar levels, but will work to help stabilize them. For instance, eating a piece of candy will spike your blood sugar rather quickly, whereas eating a carrot will not, because of the lower sugar/carb content. Regular pasta will spike your blood sugar more quickly than whole gain pasta because it takes longer to digest the whole grain, so it doesn't go straight to the blood.
1802952 tn?1315981161 I'm trying to find a good diet for me. The thing is I had my gallbladder taking out and I can't eat a lot of foods like I could before. Is there a good diet plan for someone who had their gallbladder taking out? Also, I'm a picky eater..LOL! I think that's why I do so bad on diets.
Avatar f tn Unfortunately there is no perfect diet and there no perfect diet for diabetes. But avoiding simple carbs is good for everyone. A BG meter is a good tool to use. Check out everything. Even beans. Yes some people have a very large and long lasting spike on beans, even though books suggest it as a good choice. Supplements can help some people. If you want to go in that direction consider things like chromium, they help some people control BG.
Avatar n tn Food triggers are different for different persons. Some people find cold foods worsening the pain whereas some find spicy foods intolerable. Foods that contain a lot of fat may also trigger the pain. For you it seems to be the same. Please avoid spicy, high salt and high fat diet. Hope this helps you. Take care and regards!
Avatar f tn Cut the fast food as much as possible, watch your portion sizes, and add more fruits and veggies to the diet. Keeping things in balance is the best way to control you triglycerides. Once your levels are back to normal, watch how much you drink. Don't drink every night. When you do drink, try to limit yourself to three drinks. You don't want mess with those levels. I hope this helps, and good luck!
Avatar m tn I recently had 2 lower molar teeth removed on both sides of my mouth and have a bad history of cavities. I am currently on a soft food diet because of the extractions. Will a soft foods diet, no chewing help prevent future cavities and what are healthy soft foods I can eat that won't cause cavities.
Avatar m tn im 16 and have had pain in the title area for a long time. when i go to bed (lower right back next to spine) and in the morning (usually my lower right intestine) the pain is burning and sharp, and i dont think it occurs when i do anything particularly...........i think it could be just stool buildup but i poo regularly........plz help thx!
Tbd My be its the reason to stop beer and other alcohol drinks which contain sugar in high quantities which in turn ask liver to make more cholesterol and lead to fatty liver diseases. So in lower amount too sugary foods can raise cholesterol levels and its better to limit such foods. Not sure if its limited to Triglycerides. Anyway cutting sugar and starch rich foods is beneficial.
Avatar n tn Has any one else been placed on a low sodium diet by their baby doctor? I was told I have high blood pressure and just as a caution I should go on a low sodium diet. So I've been Googling recipes and things but I'm not finding to many. Does any one has some advice about the diet or some amazing recipes? That would be amazing!!
Avatar m tn I am concerned that if I even eat one trigger food, my esophagus will swell up again. Has anybody started incorporating trigger foods into your diet? Also, I am concerned because I don't usually FEEL reflux. It is more silent, I think sometimes.
Avatar n tn In diabetes, carbs are no longer able to processed properly, so eating a diet lower in carbs will help with control. Lower carb foods will include meat, non-sweetened dairy (cheese, yoghurt, butter, cream), eggs, nuts, and non-starchy vegetables. Unfortuantely fruits and grains are very high in carbs, and may need to be limited by many. Hope this helps you. Please ask more questions if you need.
Avatar f tn I have has a recurring burning sensation in my colon area (lower left abdomen) for a while. It comes and goes. For the last couple weeks it's been more often and hurts a little more. And for the past couple of days, it's been unbearable. I have IBS and have had some constipation here and there. I had my gall bladder out about 8 yrs ago. Other than that I'm not sure what to do. It hurts alot.
Avatar n tn After being in the hospital 5 days on IV antibiotics for diverticulitis, I came home yesterday. The dietitian gave me the low-residue diet. Is it Ok to be eating these foods (white bread, soft meats, canned fruit) even while I have some pain in the lower left abdomen?
Avatar n tn Vegetables, for example, the core of a healthy diet, are carbs, whereas beef is very high in fat on purpose and hard to digest despite being high in protein and so is never weight-loss food. In general, nuts, beans, animal food, and seeds are examples of high protein foods, while most of the rest is carbohydrate. In both categories you'll find fats, which come in good healthy ones and other not so healthy ones.