Is milk really helps to make you fat and healthy?
I’m always drinking milk before bedtime but you know what they say milk helps you make fat and healthy but I’m still thin but I don’t have any diseases I just have a Scoliosis. So give me some tips to make fat and healthy.
I would make you switch from normal dairy milk to soy milk, because normal milk has cholesterol plus soy milk has more calcium then normal dairy milk.
You can also get soy milk in strawberry and chocolate flavors, soy milk really helped me gain a appetite and gain my weight back when i really needed it..also some soymilk even have extra added vitamins to it (if your american/canadian i suggest the brand ”Silk” if your in the Uk i suggest the brand ”Alpro” they are the best tasting ones..stay away from the ”so good” brand that one taste bad.
Also i use to eat almonds in between meals, i would just carry a sack of them in a plastic bag in my pocket :p they have good fats in it. Also they are high in calcium
also you should try taking Omega 3 fish oil very good for your brain and helps reduce pain.
Cottage cheese is good too.
Avocados are high in good fats they are great in sandwiches and salads
tofu and Sesame Seeds are also high in calcium
i remember after i felt full after eating i would have to push myself hard to keep eating but i made sure i kept forcing myself to eat so my stomach would stretch i did it on purpose so that the next time when i eat i would be able to eat more..
Eat 3 large meals and snack in between not many frequent meals.. That might help you put on weight
Carbohydrates 4 Diabetes: How does one determine the appropriate amount?
My diabetic is reconfiguring his diet. So how do we figure out how much carbohydrates he should consume daily?
You don’t mention type 1 or 2 this is for 2
*try cutting out all processed food, and refined sugars. Carbs in moderation can be consumed, its highly processed foods that are the bigger problem.
*cut out bread and processed wheat, you can still have basic pita or rice/corn flat bread.
Instead of bread crumbs, blitz rolled oats in the blender. Have corn thin sandwiches
*choose lean meats, protein is important, fat is not.
*stay away from starchy foods, no more potato, you can however eat sweet potato, no starch, anywhere you would put potato replace with sweet potato.
*lots of fresh veges and salad, be careful not to eat excess fruit though can make your sugar levels jump quickly.
*try to eat only low gi foods
*start taking an omega supplement (i would recommend flax-seed oil, twice as much omega as fish oil and it comes in the organic version) this will replace some of the bad cholesterol (which will then be expelled from your body) and will hopefully ward off cardiavasular disease for longer, not to mention its great for cell recovery and proper function.
The studies i have looked at basically say the people who ate mainly wholefoods (raw where possible, unprocessed, how they are in nature) didn’t need to measure how much food they where consuming. Where the people eating processed food, have huge portion controls.
Hope this helps.
What natural herb or medicine can I use as a blood thinner as a replacement for aspirin ?
I have stents in my arteries and I don’t want them clogged so I am supposed to use Aspirin all my life otherwise.
Arteries are clogged with cholesterol due to inflammation and oxidative stress. Good video to explains the myth of cholesterol and how inflammation and oxidative stress is the enemy, not cholesterol >>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UdbktzOdq4
A homocysteine and C reactive protein blood test [markers for inflammation] is recommended every 6 to 12 months. Under 6umol/l for homocysteine and under 1mg/l for C reactive protein is healthy. Vitamin B6, folate and vitamin B12 are essential to lower toxic homocysteine levels.
You may be surprised at the REAL causes of heart disease – and it’s NOT saturated fat or dietary cholesterol >>> http://www.truthaboutabs.com/cholesterol-myths.html
Common blood thinners include:
–Vitamin E, fish oil/omega-3 fatty acids
–Garlic, ginkgo biloba, cinnamon, paprika, ginger, onions, olive oil
–Raisins, cherries, cranberries, strawberries, oranges, grapes
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