Diet of fruits and vegetables only

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796579 tn?1266435624 i need advice as to when and how others have introduced fruits and vegetables into baby's diet while BF. my son is almost 4 months, i am not necessarily rushing to do so, i have been exclusivly pumping, but i am just curious what others ahve done and when?
Avatar f tn I take a vitamin that provides 100% of the daily requirements for my veggies and fruits. I buy it at my local Sam's Club.
Avatar m tn As long as you use natural fruit and vegetables you can blend them. The only thing that is missing is the fiber from fruit and vegetables which is a great benefit to help prevent diseases. Suggest using the drinks and consume fresh fruit/vegetables during the day. Thank you for your question.
Avatar n tn It came out in the study that one of the culture's diet contained a lot of cruciferous vegetables and the other did not. They think these vegetables such as Broccoli, cabbage and brussel sprouts act like a shield against these cancers . This really made me think about it not being an all or nothing situation. We can't live in a bubble or buy all organic but we sure can eat broccoli! Pick the best and most doable things and do them.
Avatar n tn At 17 months old he can eat on his own regular food cut up small. Suggest you read up on vegetarian and combinations of starches / vegetables and beans / nuts (as allowed) for protein, calcium, and other nutrients. Good sources of information are the American Dietetic Association website, and Vegetarian Resource Group website, Hoped that helped you.
1085545 tn?1284045854 I am also a vegetarian and found I had to make some drastic changes in my diet, but I am now able to eat a variety of foods and enjoy cooking again. What you need to reduce is your intake of carbs. If you are used to eating a large amount of rice (for me the problem was pasta) you will have to change that.
Avatar f tn Eat a variety of fruits, grains, vegetables, legumes, seeds, and nuts (See A Vegan Vegetarian Lifestyle). Avoid animal protein. Limit fat, sugar, and salt. Eat a good breakfast, a moderate lunch, and a light supper. Don't eat too late at night. Don't eat between meals—allow five hours between meals. Eat at regular times. Avoid refined grains. Choose foods that will build good blood. Exercise: Only 37% of Americans regularly engage in some form of exercise, and over 72% are overweight.
Avatar n tn However, it can also be found in HUGE quantities in fruits (especially prunes), vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, and artichokes, and even beans like soybeans and peas. Personally I get my fiber by lots of veggies (Broccoli, carrots, celery and green beans are my favorite). I also have a bowl of oat meal in the morning topped with psyllium husk. Some good fast ways to add fiber are using psyllium husk, oat bran, and wheat bran to your cereals, porridge, or yogurt.
1382889 tn?1505074793 When I was in limbo I cut out all junk food and started walking. It made me feel better in control. Now I eat lots of fruits and vegetables. I eat stuff I never would have eaten like kale and other greens. It may not help my MS but my over all health is top notch. My PCP says I look like I am 30 and I am 47. I also feel better. I do yoga and now I started horse back riding again after ten years. My vitamin D is high with out supplements from Diet.
Avatar m tn When he was 14 months, he stop eating vegetables and fruits. Today he eats only chicken nugets, fish fingers, rice,french fries, and pasta. as well all kinds of chocolates including cakes but just with chocolate, and he drinks only water and about 800ml of formula per day with vitamins. He refuse to try anything else, including ketchop which I am ok or anything else. he is very tall and will not eat if he is not hungry. how can I persuade him to enrich his diet.
Avatar n tn ) Good luck to everyone!! Raw bad, cooked good!!
Avatar n tn Today starts the day of only eating fruits vegetables and meat
2001997 tn?1333892344 If she has been feeling sick, she may find fruit easier to eat than many vegetables - for me, I could stomach citrus fruits and a few others but most vegetables made me sick. So, I ate a lot of fruit to compensate fiber-wise for the lack of vegetables. I went back to veggies after my nausea subsided. It's funny how everyone seems to prefer citrus flavors!
483733 tn?1326802046 (The term “nightshade” may have been coined because some of these plants prefer to grow in shady areas, and some flower at night.) An online search of “nightshade vegetables” yields results linking them to a host of health ailments from arthritis to migraines. Naturo­paths sometimes recommend that people with arthritis avoid nightshades. And Patricia J. Wales, a naturopathic doctor in Calgary, says naturopaths may suggest that people with osteoarthritis eliminate nightshades.
Avatar m tn pasta), fat free or low fat dairy products (skim milk, 1% milk, low fat cheese, low fat yogurts, low fat soy milk/yogurt), use plant oils, non trans-fat margarines, and eat a lot of fruits, salads, and vegetables (which he may not eat). Eat daily high fiber breads and cereals (oatmeal) and limit ‘junk’ foods. Hoped that helped you.
Avatar m tn Portion control is important and here some general tips = ½ cup for all starches and vegetables; one piece of fruit or ½ cup of small fruits; 1 cup for low fat dairy products, and only 3oz of low fat meat or protein substitution a meal (only 6ozs total a day). Limit time in front of the TV/DVD/computer or non-active-video games. Studies have shown weight gain the longer the length of time a child sit in front of the TV. Help her cook simple healthy foods so she learns how to eat right.
Avatar n tn I am on 10 days diet program of which i only allowed to take fruits, meat, chicken and vegetables. (as usual diet menu) recently, i feel there's a sharp pain in my right chest. Any idea how it is connected?
Avatar f tn pasta), low fat and substitute dairy products (1% milk, low fat/fat free yogurts, low fat soy milk/soy yogurt), use plant oils, non trans-fat margarines, and eat a lot of fruits and vegetables. Eat daily high fiber breads and cereals (oatmeal) and limit ‘junk’ foods.
174515 tn?1191710869 with a real, live cardiologist and he handed you a copy of this diet and said it was from the University of Alabama?
Avatar n tn However it is being used along with low carbohydrate organic diet of only fruits and vegetables (again only those low on sugar) to cause massive weight loss and hence is being abused rampantly. HCG acts by triggering the hypothalamus gland to use stored fat in the body for energy. It is not recommended for women with PCOS. The HCG shots can result in Ovarian Hyper-stimulation Syndrome (OHSS), which is a serious medical condition which can complicate PCOS symptoms.
897070 tn?1320656229 The best six doctors anywhere And no one can deny it Are sunshine, water, rest, and air Exercise and diet. These six will gladly you attend If only you are willing Your mind they'll ease Your will they'll mend And charge you not a shilling".
Avatar m tn What is a safe amount to consume if trialing a Low Fructose/Sorbitol diet? I have my list of safe fruits/veggies compiled (based on my other food allergies) and now need to work the Sorbitol into the equation. TIA!
Avatar n tn Eat quality proteins like fish and fowl, nuts and seeds, beans and legumes, fresh vegetables and small amounts of whole grains. All dairy milk contains sugar. Switch to unsweetened Almond or Hemp [no THC to get you high] milk. Fruits contain fructose, fruit sugar. One medium Mandarin orange [2.5" or 63.5 mm] contains 9 grams of sugar where 7 grams equals one heaping Tablespoon of refined sugar. Google search 'low carb/low sugar fruits'.
1773941 tn?1331680359 Since then I have lost 40 pounds and toned up most of my muscles. I slowly changed my diet. I eat lots fruits, vegetables, lean meat, nuts, whole grains. I lay off gluten just because it does not agree with me. I eat Greek yogurt. Drink water, green tea, some coffee, and a Soda occasionally when I am out. I only shop the perimeter of a market. I love farmer's market and buying meat locally when I can. I do not take a DMD because I have PPMS so I try to boost my Glutathione levels.
Avatar n tn sodas, (a 12-ounce can of some kinds can have the equivalent of 12 spoonfuls of sugar in it, and diet drinks are full of chemicals) candy, cake, cookies chips and all those snacks that are packaged in a sack that crackles when you open it (it's a dead giveaway that they are full of fat) eating a lot of fried food (again, the fat is the problem) ___ If you are trying to lose weight, keep the diet balanced even as you cut down your portions. It will help you not feel hungry.
572651 tn?1531002957 I have been using this approach with Craig's MS for the past two years. The only thing he cant do is become vegetarian. (no will power to do so) But we limit red meat to that which is hormone free and only eat it once a week. Craig is on about 15 different supplements. He said he would not make it through work if he didn't have them. They are ones for brain function and fatigue as well as different herbs called "adaptogens" which help regulate the immune system.
Avatar f tn Also the diet should contain more of green leafy vegetables, fruits and protein and less of spaghetti, potato etc. I suggest you eat frequent small meals and stop counting calories. It is best to eat lots of fruits and non-starchy green veggies, go slow on fats, eat carbohydrates in moderation and increase your protein intake (lean cuts, whites of eggs etc). Drink plenty of water and non fattening fluids such as clear soups etc.
Avatar f tn Sometimes it depends on when you eat it and how much you eat. As an example, sweet fruits have a lot of good nutrients in them but also a lot of natural sugars. Green leafy vegetables are probably the most nutrient dense foods, but your digestive system would be able to handle eating a ton of them at a time.
1192745 tn?1287909458 I myself slowly cut out all processed foods. I eat a great variety of fruits and vegetable all day. I eat nuts and whole grains. I drink mostly water. I changed little by little. I no longer like the taste of things I used to. I eat organic meat. My local market marks down meat and fruit and vegetables first thing in the morning so I shop early and save. Extra weight is hard for mobility. I concentrate on waist size. When they first suspected MS in 2007 I had a 39 inch waist now it is a 34.