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Questions relating to the intake, safety, effects of nutrients, and their biochemical interactions with our body.

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Is the yolk of the egg should not be eaten for bodybuilding?

My friend have suggested that a boiled egg is great rather than fried omelet but yolk should not be consumed as it makes fat.
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What are "sunset additives"?

In relation to stories such as this one, with the (probably sensationalized?) headline of "Nigerians boycott Coca-Cola drinks after court rules them 'poisonous'": Consumers of Sprite and Fanta have ...
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Why is it important to eat healthy food in a low-stress environment?

Why is it important to eat healthy food in a low-stress environment? I came across this question a while ago and it's been at the back of my mind even since. I've googled this question many times but ...
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Are there negative consequences of eating large amounts of fiber (if you feel fine with it)?

I have started to change my diets two years ago, and are now eating large amounts of fiber every day - 'large amounts' meaning far above the recommended 30 g, typically 100 - 150 g per day. I have ...
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Which is better; Olive oil or Clarified butter(Ghee)? [closed]

More specifically, if Person A consumed a certain amount of food cooked with olive oil every day, and if Person B consumed the same amount of food cooked with ghee/clarified butter every day, which ...
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Is a taste test a reliable way to determine mineral deficiencies?

I stumbled across a rather odd class of products online, dubbed "trace mineral taste test kits". I won't link to them because it'll probably trigger all the spam filter bots, but a typical ...
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Which fruits loses less vitamins during a juice preparing?

Some time I go to shopping and drink a juice, but I would like to know which one loses less vitamins during the preparation. Because I want to ask the juice that I can take more vitamins (it's ...
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We add Sodium with salt but not Potassium

I know that the blood needs both Potassium and Sodium. However, we use only added Sodium with our food (when we salt it). The medical saline is also water + sodium chloride and contains no potassium. ...
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Pasta VS Potatoe - Which is worse, and/or better for you

My business partner and I are avid fans of choosing good foods. I choose pasta as my carb source, he chooses potatoes. The questions are: Is one of these 2 worse for your health then the other? Is ...
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Is there a name for an irrational fear of food additives, food colouring, preservatives, etc?

I am looking for the official name for people who worry constantly about what is in their food. Consequently, who constantly change their diet because of perceived possible future health issues. The ...
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anyone give me a list of Healthy Foods to Crank Up my Sex Drive?

I find difficulties when I sleep with my wife to do the sex I heard that there are food to become good in sex please help me :(
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What nutrients can support an immune system to counteract intense workouts?

I have observed repeatedly that if I push myself in an aerobic workout, then not just my muscles, but my immune system also takes a beating. My chance of catching a cold is then much higher. I've made ...
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on what metabolism depends

Some people have fast metabolism (high basal metabolic rate), but some slow one. Usually it's high for men and decreasing with age. And fast metabolism is considered as good one, because it keeps ...
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Why do non-sugary cereals contain twice the iron of sugary cereals?

I've noticed a pattern that sugary and non-sugary cereals are typically enriched with the same levels of every vitamin EXCEPT iron, which is typically twice as high in the non-sugary cereals. Here ...
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Is eating refregerated home cooked food daily bad for health?

I cook food on Sunday in bulk quantity, enough to last me lunch and dinner till Wednesday (sometimes Thursday if I had to skip for outside food in between). I separate everyday meals in rubber maid ...
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What will be the missing elements in this diet

I recently adopted following diet. Green juice (Kale + Swiss Chard + Spinach + Blue Berry + Banana + Ginger) -Daily Green juice (Bok choy + Collard green + Arugula + Cabbage + Broccoli + Garlic + ...
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Is it OK to mix liquid and powdered vitamins + supplements together?

Each week, I'm going to create liquid mixes of: liquid B12 liquid fish oil liquid aloe vera extract powdered Rhodiola Rosea powdered L-Tyrosine Will these chemicals interfere with each other, or ...
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Does High Fructose Corn Syrup show up in the sugar value on Nutrition Facts?

I noticed some sodas have a sugar value of say 35g. Then under sweeteners they list Sugar and High Fructose Corn Syrup. Is the HFCS part of that 35g or is that 35g of actual sugar and then an ...
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What are the health differences between pollen and honey?

I am wondering if there are any health differences between eating pollen and honey. Or does the body treat both substances equally? To put it bluntly, is one healthier than the other?
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Is the macro-nutrient difference between white and brown rice really that significant?

I've often heard/read that brown rice is a better choice over white rice, because it contains the germ and the bran and so has higher levels of fibre, protein, fatty acids and so on... Unfortunately ...
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Do we know of any vitamin or mineral deficiencies that cause an increase in appetite?

I know that people who lack Zinc tend to have less appetite. In contrast: have any vitamin or mineral deficiencies that cause an increase in appetite been found in the seemingly-objective scientific ...
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Why is Quark Naturally Fat Free

Why is Quark "Naturally Fat Free"? http://groceries.iceland.co.uk/grahams-quark-naturally-fat-free-250g/p/66581 Low-fat or fat-free products often have the stigma that they have been "made so" ...
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Which is better in general: fresh vegetables or frozen vegetables

Where I live, we have fresh vegetables in abundance at groceries. We also have frozen vegetables at the same stores. I have read several articles (I don't have the links right now) which tell that ...
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When boiling/steaming spinach or kale, are the omega 3 oils boiled out?

As the question states, when boiling/steaming kale, do the omega 3 oils get boiled out? I imagine the answer is yes similar to how oil gets boiled out from chicken or meat in a soup.
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Stevia Sweetener

The sweetener stevia is supposedly healthy. That being said, I have some stevia drops in my refrigerator that are flavored. Is my assumption correct that if this flavoring is artificial, that the ...
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How can bee pollen be organic?

Bee pollen is frequently referred to as a health supplement and sold as "organic" in organic supermarkets and stores. I am wondering how pollen can be claimed to be organic and to what extent organic ...
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One meal a day - meal planning

I've recently come across the one meal a day (OMAD) diet where you essentially fast until a set time and then consume your days calories in a single meal. I know there are already questions related to ...
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Does the time of day of sugar consumption matter?

If a person consumed 4-5 pieces of fruit each morning before working out in the afternoon, would they see different results (weight gain or anything else) than eating those same 4-5 pieces of fruit in ...
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Is it legal for my school to not have nutrition facts?

At my Connecticut school, at went up to the lunch lady and asked her for the nutrition facts. They did not have them. I found a few of the nutrition facts online on the school website, but many ...
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Eating egg shells: advantages v.s. disadvantages?

I am an engineer and a scientist, but not in the field of medicine or health. Partial answers/comments are welcome. Some of my family members start eating egg shells for the sake of obtaining ...
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Can the cysteine from onions assimilated by the body?

I read somewhere that cysteine is present in onions. But my teacher told me that the cysteine in onions is denatured by the harsh stomach acids. Is this true? If not , are onions viable source of ...
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What is the food with highest calorie per unit price that you can buy and eat regularly?

What is the food with the highest calorie per unit price that you can buy and eat regularly? The food cannot give you any undesirable health effect due to the sole reason that you eat it regularly.
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Ketosis over extended period

Is it unhealthy to be in ketosis for more than 6 months on a low carb diet? I would like to be in ketosis for a year if healthy.
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Digesting liquid food vs solid food equivalent

I am curious to find out what happens during the digestion of solid food or liquid food compared with each other. For example, what takes longer to digest and what takes longer before feeling hungry ...
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Is kombucha low FODMAP?

I would like to know whether the kombucha drink (500 ml) is low FODMAP, and if not, why it isn't.
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Is liquorice low FODMAP?

Is pure liquorice juice extracted from the root, solidified, with nothing added, usually sold in sticks or small pieces, non chewable, a low FODMAP ingredient ?
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I'm OK with chilis and any kind of oil. But I can't take any chili oil. Why?

I started eating Asian food rather frequently about 3 years ago. I like hot and spicy dishes. I have no problem eating for example a Vietnamese Pho with lots of chilis in it. Also, I love to prepare ...
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Are fat drippings accounted for in the nutritional labels of meat?

When I roast my chicken quarters, a ton of drippings come out. The nutritional content is roughly 220 calories per 4 oz. If I don't eat those drippings, does that mean that I am actually eating less ...
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Reliable sites that list the purine content of most foods for gout diet?

I've looked at dozens of websites, more than half associated with universities, and I still can't figure out which foods are high in purine and which are not. What I do is try to compare the purine ...
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What is the cheapest possible diet that will not cause severe irreversible damage to your health?

Suppose you are locked in a room in New York for three years. You have supply of free drinkable water, utensils for cooking food and access to delivery of groceries from average-priced store. If you ...
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Bad Brain fog 15 min after eating but sugar test is negative [closed]

The problem started when I was about 18. anything I eat makes the following symptoms happens 15 min after: Brain Fog Sleepiness and Tirdness Very thirsty Rapid heart rate and palpitation very ...
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Gluten in beer or not?

I've been trying to reduce my intake of gluten and have found that my bowels are much more stable and regular. Does beer have gluten in it? I haven't found beer to be a problem for me.
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What are the health impacts of soy lecithin?

I accidentally bought organic soy lecithin granules thinking it was soy granules. I did some research and found that the recommended intake is two spoons a day for an adult. I could not find any ...
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Why i feel cold [closed]

I would like to ask you if you know the reasons somebody feels Cold .I have underthyroid problem.Is there connection between the cold and the underthyroid?My age is 25 and i am woman
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Do you really get better at digesting beans?

When you eat beans you tend to have stinky flatulence because of the long carbohydrates combined with protein. But I heard that the more beans you eat, the more your digestive track will accommodate ...
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Why are we being advised to eat large breakfasts and small and early suppers?

The common advice is that people should eat large breakfasts (that are supposed to support energy for the whole day), medium-sized dinners and lunches, and to reduce supper to only a snack and eat it ...
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Does regular intake of (packaged) butter increase the risk of cancer?

I've heard some rumours from my peers that eating packaged butter on a daily basis could increase the risk of cancer. This goes from the presumption that packaged dairy products contain a certain ...
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What is alkaline food's actual impact on internal ph regulation?

Dozens of sites throughout the internet nowadays, seemingly concerning nutrition, essentially try to convey the same message: alkaline food helps to regulate your internal pH. Having read some ...
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Can one candy bar per day be part of a healthy diet?

Are there any ill effects from eating one normally size candy bar per day over a long period of time, as part of an otherwise well-balanced diet for an active adult? For example, a Twix bar with: ...
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Butter vs Lard vs Palm oil

Palm oil is demonized a lot. I know that it contains a lot of polyunsaturated fats. The same thing is known about any animal fats including those in butter, cheese or lard. But these products are ...

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