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The American College of Sports Medicine recommends 05 -.8g of protein per pound of body weight for those who lift weights or are training. For your...
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This would usually indicate a kidney problem.  When working properly, your kidneys filter protein out of your urine.  The presence of blood...
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Here's a tool that can help you figure out dietary requirements, including protein.  Also, how much protein she needs depends on whether...
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Straining to  urinate is not going to cause that.  Protein in the urine is usually caused by problems with the kidneys, because healthy...
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Hi So just where does the Epsom salts come in to play then?
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It's tough to say without more information. Here are some possible reasons:You are not at the right calorie level. How did you decide on 1600...
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I'm not familiar with the supplements you are taking. You can look here for more info. My guess is there isn't a lot of evidence to support...
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Instead of thinking putting a cap on protein, your better off balancing the type of protein foods in your diet. Here are some tips:Don't exceed 6...
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Hi This is from WebMD Protein. Protein normally isn't found in the urine. Fever, hard exercise, pregnancy, and some diseases, especially kidney...
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Hi This next bit should answer the part on his seaman and protein.Once the sperm are mature and ready for ejaculation, they move to the vas deferens...
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Protein diets do not cause weight gain and may even cause weight loss. Most important is following your son's appetite. Kids on ADHD meds tend to...
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Hi Cutting out protein is not very good for her body, unless she really knows what she is doing with her vegan diet, best she gets back to eating...
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Hi Hope this helps you.Nutrition FactsEgg, boiledAmount Per 100 gramsCalories 155<!--n--><!--m-->% Daily Value*Total Fat 11 g16%Saturated...
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First off, I would call the company to be sure it is gluten free. If that's not it, you may want to consider seeing a LEAP dietitian who can help...
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I cautiously say no.  Cautiously because I don't know how much you consider "too much" to be.  I haven't heard of kidney...
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