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Q. How come juice help in regular diet of a person.... how come juice help in regular diet of a person and will there be side effect if taken in excess?

A. Absolutely there is no question of side effects as long as you are consuming fresh fruit juices. They give you all the essential diet nutrients and are easy to digest. They just supplement you with all the nutrients a fruit or vegetables can give and is helps you maintain a good health.

Q. How do I help my friend to come back to normal and to eat a diet that is full of nutrition and well balanced? My friend is anorexic. She has no interest in food and eats only a mouthful at a time. She has become very weak and tires easily. Her eyes droop and she does not show interest in anything at all. She used to be very lively before. How do I help my friend to come back to normal and should I make her eat a diet that is full of nutrition and well balanced?

A. I would you to consult with the doctor. She might be depressed as this is a psychiatric disorder. As this is an obsessive problem it is imperative that you consult a doctor. Do not force her but tempt her with good nutritious food with any of her favorite dishes. It is also good to take vitamin to give an extra boost and also act as supplements.
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Subsequently, the rats in the two dietary groups were further assigned to a normal diet sedentary control group (NC; N = 10), normal diet jump exercise group (NE; N = 10), high-phosphorus diet sedentary control group (HC; N = 11), and high-phosphorus diet jump exercise group (HE; N = 11).
The offspring stayed with their mother for three weeks and then were weaned onto a normal diet.
The study involved 199 women eating their normal diet and 108 who ate a Mediterranean diet.
The results showed 11 patients suffered cancer again who were following their normal diet, while no women in the Mediterranean diet group experienced a relapse.
After three years, 11 patients on the normal diet had the disease again but none of those on the Med diet.
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But rats that ate high-fat foods for a year performed as well as those fed a normal diet.
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