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What Is the Glycemic Impact diet?

A: A glycemic impact diet is based on calculating the predicted impact of carbohydrates on blood glucose levels. foods are then placed in one of three categories — low, medium, or high GL. GL stands for glycemic load. foods can carry a rating between 0 and 100, with lower ratings having lesser blood glucose impact. Calculating glycemic load is a four-step process. The first involves using a glycemic index to find the value for a specific food. Usually, Internet listings can be searched by food name, while print resources tend to be published alphabetically. Index numbers were designed by Dr. David Jenkins of the University of Toronto in the early 1980s. A

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What Is a Raw Vegan diet?

A: A raw vegan diet is a manner of eating in which one eats only uncooked foods free of animal products, including all meat and dairy products. These dieters may be referred to as raw foodists, though not all raw foodists are vegan. Generally, a raw vegan diet is not intended for a detox or weight loss, though it tends to have that effect; instead, people view this type of diet as a lifestyle change. In a raw vegan diet, food may not be cooked at temperatures above 115 degrees Fahrenheit (46 degrees Celsius). Proponents of the diet believe that...


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What Is a High Blood Sugar diet?

A: A high blood sugar diet typically consists of foods that are lower in sugar, properly proportioned, and high in fiber. People on a diet such as this are also typically advised to reduce the amount of fat and cholesterol they consume. Low glycemic foods may also be recommended. People who are on a high blood sugar diet may suffer from hyperglycemia, which often precedes the onset of type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Controlling the blood sugar levels by consuming the proper foods may prevent a person with hyperglycemia from developing diabetes in the future. foods low in sugar are important for a high blood sugar

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How Do I Choose a Healthy diet Plan?

A: Choosing a healthy diet plan means finding a plan that works with one''s personal dietary needs and health goals. It also requires working with a medical professional to confirm that your diet plan is safe and has a good chance of being effective. This is especially true for people who have special dietary needs, are in fragile health, or have recently experienced health problems. There are a number of kinds of diet plans available. Some diet plans require purchasing and cooking specific types of foods. Other diet plans provide prepared foods. Some common healthy

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How Do I Choose the Best Slimming diet?

A: A slimming diet is one that focuses on reducing fat, rather than on building muscle or improving strength. With so many diet theories in the popular media, it is difficult to know which slimming diet to choose. It is important to remember that the effects of any diet will last only as long as the regimen is kept up; many health and diet experts encourage people eager to lose weight to think of a slimming diet as a lifestyle change, rather than a temporary fix. One of the first misconceptions about many diets is that a person should consume as few calories as humanly possible. While most

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What Are foods Low in Cholesterol?

A: foods low in cholesterol are those that come from plants, i.e. legumes, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. These are usually the main food components of low-fat diets, which can be used to reduce weight or even lower one`s cholesterol level. It has been noted that obese or overweight people have a greater chance of being diagnosed with high levels of cholesterol. Low-fat diets are commonly perceived as the best way of solving 2 problems in one go. However, before plunging head-on with any low-fat diet, there are a few myths that one needs to know. First, it is believed that drinking red wine would help lower cholesterol. Yes it may help, but if one drinks too much...


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Can a diet help shrink uterine fibroids?

A: diet for Uterine Fibroids Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous tumors especially found in women of childbearing age. These fibroids are composed of muscle cells and tissues that actually grow within and around the uterus wall. The basic symptoms of this tumor include painful periods, increased frequency of urination, pain intercourse, lower back pain and other reproductive problems. Uterine fibroids are basically associated with family history, high level of estrogen and poor diet. Yes, poor diet is one of the contributing factors that stimulate the growth of fibroids. Therefore, a healthy change in diet can be advisable and preferable for curing or shrinking uterine fibroids. The best...
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Is there certain foods that increase appetite? My dad is severely underweight due to illness.

A: A prolonged illness is a common reason for a person to be under the recommended healthy weight. In the case of your father, as an adult male he should have a body mass index (BMI) of over 21. If his doctors have measured a BMI lower than that, then you are right in being worried. Underweight individuals often suffer from poor physical stamina and lowered immunity, which can cause further medical complications. There are several illnesses that can cause excessive weight loss, and your father’s doctor will be best able to help you understand any dietary precautions that may be required. In general, it is recommended that underweight individuals gain weight slowly but steadily at about one pound a week. If you try to help your father gain weight too fast, it...


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What food or vitamins can I take to raise my platelet count?

A: Platelets can be described as the blood cells, which play a very important part in the clotting of blood. The platelets are one of the most important components of human blood, along with the red blood cells and plasma. During an injury, it is the platelets that prevent severe loss of blood, when they clump together and form plugs that cover the blood vessel holes. Hence, the platelet count in the blood should always be within the normal range, or else it could lead to some serious health complications. If the count of platelets in the body is too high, then it could lead to severe health problems like the excessive formation of blood clots, which could result in a stroke. However, in case of thrombocytopenia, which is the medical term for a low count of platelets in the blood, a person...


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How do you diet "cheap"?

A: try the water-diet. Hmmmmmm diet and cheap I''d have to say starve yourself but that way doesn''t work to well, so I''d say just eat less and do a lot of walking, jogging, running, whatever you do to work out. The following healthy living recommendations will help you if you’re trying to lose weight, tone up your muscles, have aspirations of building lean muscle mass, are attempting to get a wash board stomach, or just want to feel better: *1) Burn more calories then you''re consuming everyday and measure your results using the following formula: Calories Consumed minus Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) minus Physical Activity minus the Thermic Effect of food (TEF). A website that explains this formula in more detail and...


 
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