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Frequently asked questions: program details
Patient: I am completely physically exhausted. Can I run a program?
Doctor: Yes. Recovering athletes with this program lose weight and improve their performance. The program is not recommended for the period of intensive training before important competitions, but at any other time training can be combined with the program. It is only necessary to double or even triple the volume of liquid dishes. Eat more soups and mashed potatoes than juices, and make sure your lunch includes foods that contain proteins and healthy fats, such as avocados, coconut, and some of the permitted grain crops from an elimination diet.
Patient: I easily lose weight and now I weigh a little less than the norm. What should I do?
Doctor: You can safely carry out the program. Weight is always dropped to a greater degree by those who need it, because the body tends to a balanced state. You will regain the lost kilograms using more good fats, pure proteins and whole grains.
However, it will help you to double the volume of liquid dishes during the program and eat the required portions of food daily. Include nuts in light snacks.
Patient: I'm too busy to make drinks and puree from the diet program. Can I still run the program without it?
Doctor: When a patient is too busy to prepare liquid meals, I suggest an alternative. The complex includes powder mixes and a set of supplements containing all the enzymes, herbs and nutrients necessary for effective cleansing and restoration of the body, carried out at the time when you eat meals included in the program menu or in a wider elimination diet. Having tried many products for many years, now I purchase them from a manufacturer who has proven its absolute reliability. All products are made from natural ingredients and do not contain chemical additives.
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- Common questions asked about the most commonly used drugs
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- The program of the discipline with guidelines for the study of each topic of the program and questions for self-control
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- BASIC PALETIZED DETAILS OF THE SKELETON AND JOINT OF THE HORSE
Until now, our anatomical reasoning has been limited to the skeletal system and its compounds. A “summary” of this information is given in the attached figure, showing as dotted zones all the palpable points of the bones that we have encountered up to this point. The scheme also includes the position of the centers of rotation of all the joints of the limbs, which we considered. I hope that with the help of drawings you
- SURFACE DETAILS, SURFACE MUSCLES AND SKELETON HORSE TOP
The accompanying figures clearly show the withers, back, loins, croup, and tail tail, where they form the upper contour of the body. The back and loin are of paramount importance because they take in the saddle and weight of the rider, as well as transfer the motive force from the pelvic limbs to the front of the body through the sacrum and the loin. This whole area is covered with a very dense sheet.
- EXTERIOR DETAILS, SURFACE MUSCLE AND SKELETON HORSE FRONT
This horse image shows many of the “points” noted earlier, as well as certain details of the muscular and skeletal systems, also mentioned before. However, the base of the neck and chest are presented more clearly. The jugular cavity is a distinct depression in the medial part of the shoulder joint at the lower end of the jugular trough. With your fingertips you can push back this hole, which contains
- EXTERNAL DETAILS, SURFACE MUSCLE AND SKELETON OF THE HORSE BACK
Many of the “points” of a horse are marked in fig. 2 are shown again in the following images. The tail, usually long and flexible, was cut short for the purposes of this drawing. It is bounded anteriorly to the croup, to the bottom by the anus, and to the semimembranosus muscles on each side. The position of the ischial tubercles lying on both sides of the tail, and the distance between them is clearly demonstrated. Each of them is palpable.
- CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FREQUENTLY SICK CHILDREN
Children prone to frequent respiratory illnesses are commonly referred to as frequently ill. This category includes children with frequent acute respiratory infections (10–12 cases per year) arising due to transient, poorly correctable deviations in the body’s defense systems. The share of frequently ill children accounts for from 67 to 75% of all cases of OCR ARIs are the most common diseases in children, contributing to
- How often should feed the newborn
Feeding on Demand The World Health Organization calls for the baby to be offered as often as he asks. Now, fortunately for the children, many mothers are returning to this nature and evolution-proven method of organizing feeding - at the request of the baby. A more accurate name is baby-focused feeding, which is divided into physiological and
- RATIONAL PHARMACOTHERAPY OF FREQUENTLY SICK CHILDREN
According to V.V. Ivanova (2004), one of the priority problems of the infectious pathology of childhood is the problem of treatment. Despite the emergence of new medicines, the expansion of the drug arsenal, a multiple increase in doses and drug combinations, no progress was noted in the results of treatment, but the number of cases of drug intolerance, resistance and complications increased
- DISTURBANCES IN THE OPERATION OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM IN FREQUENTLY DISEASED CHILDREN
In modern ideas about the pathogenesis of infectious diseases, immunopathogenesis is becoming increasingly important. It is considered taking into account the relationship of micro and microorganisms, the properties of microorganisms that can not only shelter from the immune response with antigenic mimicry, but also modify the human immune response. Under the immune response in a broad sense, understand the whole set
- PROPHYLACTIC ACTIVITIES FOR FREQUENTLY ARE AFTER REPEATING RESPIRATORY DISEASES OF CHILDREN
For children who often suffer from respiratory diseases, it is necessary to search for individual methods of recovery, taking into account the etiological and pathogenetic mechanisms of the disease, as well as factors of the external environment. The main attention, according to V.V. Careful, you need to pay attention to the issues of endogenous predisposition of the child, immune deficiency of the body. Both infectious agents and forms
- The state of the intestinal microflora in frequently ill children
The birth of a child means the transition from the sterile conditions of intrauterine development to the existence in a diverse world of microorganisms. Intensive colonization of the skin and mucous membranes in contact with the external environment leads to the formation of the human microecological system. Today, the term dysbacteriosis refers to the state of dynamic equilibrium, which is defined
- How often do you need to feed your baby and do you need nightly breaks in feeding?
Feed the baby as often and as long as he wants, practice breastfeeding at the request of the child, and not on a schedule. In the first month of life, the frequency of breastfeeding can be up to 10-15 times a day or more. Then the child sets his own feeding regime, while the frequency of feeding decreases. Feed the baby at night, do not make artificial night breaks. Nocturnal
- M.G. Romantsov, F.I. Ershov. Frequently ill children: modern pharmacotherapy, 2006
- PROTOCOLS OF THE MOST FREQUENTLY USED TECHNIQUES OF ANESTHESIA IN STATIONARY CONDITIONS
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