Meal Planning, Food and Diet from 2009
- One doctor has said artificially sweetened tea is okay, while one has said sweeteners like aspartame are worse than sugar. What is your opinion? (22 Dec 2009)
- Is there a web site where I can look up carbohydrate counts for many different foods and drinks? (3 Nov 2009)
- My 22-year-old son was just diagnosed. He is depressed and doesn't want to seek medical help. What can I do to help him? What kinds of foods can he have? (18 Oct 2009)
- My two-year-old has been put on a 1200 calorie diet, including one egg daily. How will this affect her cholesterol? Her blood sugars are still elevated. What do you advise? (18 Oct 2009)
- How many carbohydrates should my three-year-old eat daily? (24 Jun 2009)
- Does the body treat sugar substitutes just like sugar? (8 Jun 2009)
- My teen has started a week long fast. He plans to consume juice or milk only for lows. What are the risks involved? (2 Jun 2009)
- My young son will eat only a very limited diet and refuses to try a wider variety of healthier options. What do you recommend? (30 Apr 2009)
- For six weeks, I have given my daughter almost no insulin. We limit her carbohydrates and feel that we can heal her pancreas. What is your opinion? (29 Apr 2009)
- How do I use insulin, eat carbohydrates, and drink water with the need to reduce calories and increase my activity level for weight loss? (14 Mar 2009)
- Having taught her that fruit is a healthy food, my daughter wants fruit as her snacks, but it makes her blood sugar high. Is there something else I could give her? (10 Mar 2009)
- Is it okay for my daughter to consume 80 grams of carbohydrates per meal? As vegetarians, we consume more carbohydrates than others. (2 Feb 2009)
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