Nutritional value foods

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7489014 tn?1429908568 Spicy is good but Cheetos are kind of like processed junk food. :>) I would try to limit that and go for more healthy options or something with more nutritional value for you and baby. Doesn't mean you can't have some spicy hot Cheetos from time to time though.
Avatar f tn i was always under the impression in the past there wasnt much nutritional value in b.m after 12 months. addison is now almost 13 months and while her vitamins are mostly from her foods she is still at the breast. how long is it something that she benefits from? im in no hurry to wean her, and she has no intentions she is very much in love with her boob lol, but im curious. she seems to be more and more dependant on the breast to fall asleep too, which i need to break.
Avatar f tn ) I know that sugary foods can be bad for baby.and cause baby to get too big. I know this as I had gestational diabetes and had to go on a very strict diet from 22weeks. You're human and bound to eat crap.sometimes but try get some healthy food in too.
Avatar m tn I love sugery high fat foods. I did try very hard to eat things with some nutritional value.
Avatar m tn Supplements to help you gain weight can be more expensive than the equivalent macronutrients found in whole foods. Relying on nutritional supplements and not whole foods could deny you vital nutrients the supplements lack. Weight-gain supplements might contain impurities that could harm your health. With a high metabolism, nutrition by itself can add pounds to your body but might not result in the body composition you would like unless you do a strength-training program also.
Avatar m tn http://www.vaughns-1-pagers.com/food/potassium-foods.htm The following site breaks down the nutritional value of foods: http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ Hope this helps!
Avatar f tn I was wondering at what to put the nutritional value of food over the amount of calories they contain. For example, I regulate my calories fairly closely and usually am always well under the daily recommended amount, but there are some days that I feel like I am hungry all day. As a general rule, I enjoy eating raw mixed nuts as a snack, but they tend to be high in calories.
Avatar m tn Hi All, Thanks for your suggestions. You can now edit foods that you've added to My Foods. To do this, go to your Food Diary. You'll see options for Food Diary | Reports | My Foods. Click on My Foods and you'll be able to delete foods from My Foods and you can also edit the foods you've added. Please note that if you added a food, and it has been used by another member in their Food Diary, you cannot edit the nutritional info for those foods.
Avatar n tn My daughter is just 18months and I am having a terrible time with getting her to eat anything with a nutritional value...Chips Doritos that she see adults eating ..She is there...once ina great while she will eat noodles or picky foods...but only wants the bottle...She goes through tantrums and crying so bad that I give in and just give her the bottle...She probably drinks about 5-6 8oz bottles a day....
1341943 tn?1276144290 m not sure if this is entirely true or not, but I believe foods certified organic does have more minerals nutrients than foods conventionally grown. In the book "In Defense of Food", Michael Pollan argues that you should eat foods grown organically for this very reason.
Avatar f tn I believe cabbage maybe one of those empty vegetables that fills you up from an appetite perspective but has minimal nutritional value, so you do need to add something else to the cabbage like some kale or spinach for added benefit. thanks for reminding me about the cabbage soup diet because I do need something to help with appetite control so I will add this to my diet as well as other nutritional foods.
3203287 tn?1346456634 Hi that is a pretty decent link. It has all the cheeses on it an you can just arrow down. The problem with a lot off "Apps" is that you have to enter the food and the nutritional value appears. That is no real help when you are on week 9 or so and you are the only person in the grocery store's yogurt section screaming, "Where's the fat!
1396867 tn?1520810258 How old is she? If she seems satisfied, is gaining weight properly then I wouldn't worry. As far as constipation when babies get older its not uncommon for the to go a few days even without a bm. I suspect the rice cereal is the culprit though, stick to oatmeal if you can and its better for them anyway as rice cereal doesn't have much nutritional value. Maybe mix some milk in her morning cereal. You can also put her on a vitamin also.
Avatar n tn Juice covers a lot -- virtually anything can be juiced if you're doing this yourself. Fruit juices contain a lot of sugar, but can also be powerful antioxidants, but vegetable juices can be very valuable. Wheatgrass juice is great. So this depends on what you mean by nutritional juices. Most important, avoid anything that's not organic. When you juice anything, you use a lot of it, and that enhances the amount of harmful chemicals that exist on whatever you're juicing.
Avatar f tn Hello there, It's best not to buy any junk food at all. You have to stop cold turkey when it comes to binge eating. Buy healthy foods, lots of fruit and vegetables. Don't eat in front of the TV. I think that's referred to as mindless eating, junk food , example, potato chips etc. Try and drink lots of water. It's good for you, helps to flush out your system and it fills you up. My biggest problem was potato chips. I really enjoy the saltiness and the crunch.
Avatar f tn A piece of whole wheat toast with some peanut butter on it? A pita pocket with some sliced turkey? I'd try to get some protein in you. good luck and hope your appetite comes back.
945418 tn?1259419130 Thanks for your suggestions. You can now edit foods that you've added to My Foods. To do this, go to your Food Diary. You'll see options for Food Diary | Reports | My Foods. Click on My Foods and you'll be able to delete foods from My Foods and you can also edit the foods you've added. Please note that if you added a food, and it has been used by another member in their Food Diary, you cannot edit the nutritional info for those foods.
4207298 tn?1409945913 What you usually try to do is eat the recommended amount of beta carotene, which the body safely converts to Vitamin A, eliminating any potential problems. As for a potato chip, there is no nutritional value in eating them. They are empty calories, as any nutrition in them is so minimal and the fat and salt content of most of them so high this is just fun food but is always bad for you.
649848 tn?1534633700 Med Help has just launched a new Nutrition Application, which will help make it easier to find the nutritional value/calories of the foods you are eating - this should make it easier to keep up with the food tracker; it looks like you can link right to your food diary and exercise/weight trackers. There's an area where you can "ask an expert", as well as a lot of other valuable information.
Avatar f tn If you like rice you might want to try quineoa. It has vitamins where as white rice has almost no nutritional value. It's very filling and you can most anything to it. I like it with parsley, mushrooms, spinach, a little garlic and olive oil.
Avatar f tn On the other hand microwaving seems to destroy some complexes that have nutritional value. Again, the jury is out on this subject because it depends on the intensity of the microwave discharge.