Will protein supplements help in calcium deficiency? - Answered in Internal Medicine

Take foods which increase calcium are milk, yoghurt, cheese, milk-based custard, leafy green vegetables, broccoli, cabbage, spinach, fish, meat and almonds … View thread »

What can cause bloody diarrhea and vomiting? - Answered in Internal Medicine

You should consume yoghurt in diet that also acts as a very good natural probiotic … View thread »

What diet can help me reduce my waist size? - Answered in Internal Medicine

Yoghurt and lemon juice … View thread »

High sugar and creatinine levels. What might be the cause? - Answered in Internal Medicine

Prefer vegetarian diet with low proteins, avoid foods with high potassium levels like bananas, mushrooms, and yoghurtView thread »

I am continuously taking Nilavarai choornam.Is there any side effect in taking this choornam? - Answered in Siddha Medicine

You can consume more curd/butter milk/yoghurt to reverse the normal intestinal microflora … View thread »

I am allergic to Flagyl. Is there any alternative? - Answered in Dentistry

It will help to avoid stomach problem as yoghurt had lactobacillus in it and helps in preventing stomach irritation … View thread »

My BP has shot up high. Can you help me? - Answered in Internal Medicine

Since then, when I eat I get acid reflux, which temporarily disappears with alkaline foods like yoghurt, but then comes back … View thread »

Can change in stool consistency affect pregnancy? - Answered in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

I like to eat milky mist yoghurt and nutella ... You can continue to take food of your choice including yoghurt and there is no harm in it … View thread »

Please suggest further action after reviewing my wife's blood report. - Answered in Internal Medicine

For vitamin D deficiency, dietary supplementation with dairy products, cheese, fish, yoghurt and sunlight exposure between 10 AM to 3 PM just to attain reddish skin shade will help … View thread »

I weigh only 37 kg and neither of the appetizers work for me. Why? - Answered in Internal Medicine

Consume a lot of high calorie snacks (not junk foods) such as cheese sticks, milk shakes, muffins, dry fruits and yoghurts ... Eat at least the following groups of food items: Milk group - Milk, cheese, yoghurt, cottage cheese and ice cream … View thread »

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