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How many hours does it take normally for the stomach to empty totally after a good meal. Is it a good eating habit not to eat during this time?
It takes 4 hrs to digest meat and 30 min to digest eggs. Constipation occurs often in over medication adults. Pineapple and papaya have strong digestive enzymes important for digestion. Eat whole foods, move and exercise often and chew your food well. When you do drink coffee in the early morn before exercise, it is a stimulant helping your bowel movement although it is avoided by those who wants to lose stomach fat.
If body weight is brought down into control and uric acid levels kept down for some prolonged time, can gout be cured permanently?
Why do I get my period every 3 weeks? Is it normal?
Why does urine smell burnt?
How long does it take for damaged nerves to repair themselves?
Once the insulating cover of the nerve is repaired, the nerve generally begins to heal three or four weeks after the injury. Nerves usually grow one inch every month, depending on the patient’s age and other factors. With an injury to a nerve in the arm above the fingertips, it may take up to a year before feeling returns to the fingertips. The feeling of pins and needles in the fingertips is common during the recovery process. While this can be uncomfortable, it usually passes and is a sign of recovery.
I hurt the tip of my little finger (by bumping it to a cemented wall) yesterday with a small redness by the nail bed. It healed in 12hrs as I massaged it right away (w saliva).
What are the differences between smoking cigars and cigarettes?
Does eating eggs impede healing? Chinese medicine describes eggs as “fa wu,” that can cause wounds to heal slowly. Surgeons tell patients to not eat eggs, seafood, beef or lamb after surgery. What are the differences between the sources of protein?
Eggs are important for healing because they contain 9 essential amino acids, most athletes need it for muscle building and my dad used to drink raw eggs to heal his TB (lungs). Histidine () and Leucine are two of the 9 essential amino acids in eggs. Eggs plus Vitamin B rich foods are happy foods, helping happy hormones in the brain.
Eggs contain Histidine which is an amino acid that is used to develop and maintain healthy tissues in all parts of the body, particularly the myelin sheaths that coat nerve cells and ensure the transmission of messages from the brain to various parts of the body. It may be useful for treatment of mental disorders as well as certain types of sexual dysfunction. Histidine levels in the body must be balanced to ensure good mental and physical health. High levels of this amino acid have been linked to the presence of psychological disorders such as anxiety and schizophrenia, while low levels of histidine are thought contribute to the development of rheumatoid arthritis and the type of deafness that results from nerve damage. Taking histidine supplements may help relieve symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.
Histidine in eggs is important to normal sexual functioning, because it gets converted into histamine, a chemical needed to stimulate sexual arousal. When taken together with vitamin B3 (niacin) and vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), histidine can increase sexual pleasure by boosting histamine levels in the body. Histamine is also needed to help the immune system know when the body is experiencing an allergic reaction, and for the production of gastric juices needed for normal digestion. Research suggests that histidine also acts as a natural detoxifier, protecting against radiation damage, and removing heavy metals from the system. It may even help prevent the onset of AIDS—histidine is crucial to the production of both red and white blood cells. Like other amino acids, histidine is found in many high-protein foods such as raw eggs.
Leucine in eggs helps regulate blood sugar
Leucine works with the amino acids isoleucine and Valine to repair muscles, regulate blood sugar, and provide the body with energy. It also increases production of growth hormones, and helps burn visceral fat, which is located in the deepest layers of the body and the least responsive to dieting and exercise.
Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine are branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), and all three of them help promote muscle recovery after exercise. Leucine is the most effective BCAA for preventing muscle loss because it breaks down and is converted to glucose more quickly than isoleucine and valine. Increased glucose supplies prevent the body’s cannibalization of muscle for energy during intense workouts, so it is no surprise that this amino acid supplement is popular among professional body builders. Leucine also promotes the healing of bones, skin, and muscle tissue after traumatic injury, and is often recommended for those recovering from surgery. Because it is so easily converted to glucose, leucine helps to regulate blood sugar; a deficiency of leucine produces symptoms similar to those of hypoglycemia, which may include headaches, dizziness, fatigue, depression, confusion, and irritability.
Histamine is also essential in defending the body against invasion by potentially disease-causing agents such as bacteria, viruses and other foreign invaders. Histamine is made and stored within white blood cells (leukocytes) such as mast cells in tissues and basophils that circulate in blood. When the immune system is activated in response to foreign material entering the body, histamine is the first “defence chemical”, or more correctly, inflammatory mediator, released in the process called inflammation.
Foods with High Histamine levels: Long cooked or leftover meat, Most Alcohol (Wine, Beer, Cider, Fermented Drinks), Yeast, Fish that is not immediately gutted after catching, Aged Fish (Canned, Smoked), Tomatos (Fresh or Processed), Pickled, Fermented & Cultured Foods Sauerkraut Pickles, Kimchee, Soy Sauce, Tamari, Miso), Smoked & Cured Meats (Ham, Sausage, Salami), Shell Fish, Red Beans, Nuts, Chocolate, Citrus Fruit, Wheat Based Foods, Vinegar (Salad Dressings, Mustard, Ketchup, Mayonnaise), Spices & Seasonings (Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Hot Peppers, Cloves, Anise, Curry, Chili Powder, Overripe Fruits, Yogurt & Kefir (depends upon the cultures used), Canned Food ( additives & preservatives), Soy Products, Mushrooms, Dried Fruits, Cola, Raw & Undercooked Egg (Whites in particular)
Is there a good natural alternative to Ranitidine?
How do I treat coarse hair to make it smooth like baby hair?
Is it bad to take an antacid everyday?
I do not encourage use of Tums.
Tums: “They do have significant side effects, especially in older patients,” Dr. Logan said. Studies have linked antacids to an increased risk of pneumonia, gastrointestinal infections, antibiotic resistance, severe diarrhea, and possibly osteoporosis. And Tums can also cause B12 deficiency and other hearth issues.
I will take calcium with magnesium and Vit C/D from whole food sources and supplements with better absorption results. Take your calcium and magnesium in the evening since it will cancel the absorption of iron in the morning.
How do reproductive, endocrine, and nervous systems work together?
What could cause an low basophil count?
I’m 36 years old, and my SGPT level is 131. Is this serious? How can I reduce my SGPT level in a week?
Why are alcoholics skinny?
What are the possible causes of back pain with white discharge?
What would happen to cells without the endoplasmic reticulum?
What is the life expectancy of stage 4 lung cancer that has spread to the bones and liver?
What happens if you starve yourself during pregnancy?
Why do people always ask for boiling water when helping a woman give birth?
Can a pap smear detect an early pregnancy?
How long does it take for uti go away?
What would happen if Trump actually has the beginning signs of Alzheimer’s or dementia and is elected?
Can high SGPT and SGOT lead to heart disease?
What’s a good analogy to explain the immune system?
Is there a link between ecstasy/MDMA and Parkinson’s Disease?
Is it true that hair is a natural extension of the nervous system?
What chemicals in your brain make you attracted to a person?
Why can’t I sleep with an empty stomach?
What is the reason for hyper segmented neutrophils in megaloblastic anemia?
How can you describe the pain of childbirth?
Has anybody calculated how many cigarettes it takes to kill a person, say in 1 year?
Why do Alzheimer’s patients love sweets so much?
Why are protein bars giving me terrible stomach aches, when I had no problems with them before?
What are the causes of swelling legs with pain in the waist down? What are the remedies available in alternate medicine?
What are the benefits of eating chicken soup during pregnancy?
What will happen if you give up treatments for PCOS?
What is lactic acid headache?
How do I avoid getting a sore mouth roof when eating a grilled panini?
When will Souvenaid become available in Canada and US to treat Alzheimer’s Disease?
Does alcohol consumption give you more cellulite?
What is the relationship between seratonin and dopamine in the brain?
Is their any natural way to prevent pregnancy instead of taking a pill?
Is Vicodin an anti-inflammatory? If so, why?
After being sick how long will you be immune to a cold until you get it again?
Can balsamic vinegar help with gout?
Does menstruation carry toxins out of the body?
Can antioxidants help with hangovers?
Is Xanax considered an opiate?
Do antidepressants like Mirtazapine have long-term negative effects on the brain?
Why do we grow old if our cells completely regenerate themselves? Does oxygen have something to do with it?
What is the difference between molecular genetics and genomics?
After drinking Coca Cola and I urinate my kidneys go sore, this has become steadily worse. What is this a sign of?
What is the best diet for a woman suffering from PCOS?
What type of food increases serotonin levels in your brain?
Can Adderall damage to dopamine receptors be repaired?
How does MSM help us get rid of cellulite?
Can drinking a lot of coffee give someone brain damage?
Does eating peanuts affect eczema or psoriasis?
Is there a cure for atrial fibrillation?
Why do people take breaks from Ritalin?
Should I worry about lung cancer at 21 years old?
How can I get pregnant in one month?
Why does taking a CoQ10 supplement make me so tired?
What does it feel like to live in an old age home?
Is crab high in good or bad cholesterol?
What can a gastrointestinal doctor tell about a person just from the smell of their farts?
Is there any scientific evidence that scalp massages increase hair growth?
Why did Steve Jobs choose not to effectively treat his cancer?
Are short fat women stronger than tall skinny men?
Do stimulants (amphetamines, cocaine) cause downregulation of glutamate signalling (in addition to dopamine)?
What are some current issues that impact the health and wellness of populations in the US?
Is sipping on Powerade good for an upset stomach?
How helpful is bupropion for ADD/ADHD?
What are the current big debates in epigenetics?
I feel like something sharp is stuck inside my throat. What should I do?
Are certain parts of the body more inclined to develop tumors? Why?
What could be the reasons for post menopausal bleeding and high endometrial thickness?
Does drinking warm water reduce cholesterol?
What are the best brain training apps?
What is the function of the cholesterol molecules in a cell membrane?