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My friend has stage 3 kidney disease. His doctor asked him to eat foods low in potassium. So far, we can’t find potassium in the nutrition information available on food labels. Is there anywhere he can get a list of foods low in potassium?
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My doctor found that my blood levels of vitamin D were low. She gave me a prescription for 50,000 international units of vitamin D to be taken every two weeks.
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I am tired a lot, and have been tested for all the usual suspects. I eat fairly well, and get enough rest each night. My doctor told me I was “a little low” on B-12. Could this be the real cause of my fatigue?
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I am a 52-year-old man with a family history of heart disease. My doctor says my blood pressure and cholesterol are great. My latest LDL cholesterol was 98 and my HDL was 45.
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I have heard different opinions about whether too much sugar makes a child too active? What is the latest opinion? Does the sugar give them too much energy?
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My daughter is 4’7”, and weighs 132 pounds. She also has high blood pressure and reflux. I’ve been trying to cut back on sugar drinks and fried food. Can you suggest any other changes to her eating plan to help?
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My son is a picky eater. He’s a little underweight for his age, and also allergic to milk. He likes hot dogs,
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I know that there is a health benefit to eating “healthy fats” like olive oil. But I’ve heard that these are only unsaturated fats when raw; when you cook them, they become saturated fats. Is there any truth to this?
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I’m at a steady healthy weight, but do use a lot of sugar in my hot tea. I usually drink from 2-4 cups a day, with 2 teaspoons of sugar per cup. Other than possible weight gain, are there any other drawbacks?
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My son is 4'7' and weighs 83 pounds. His predicted height is 5'5'. We are a vegetarian family who eat eggs, dairy and soy. Could this affect his growth negatively?
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