Can i eat an ice cream or two every day?
Like not about weight gain..will there be any other issues
- Anonymous4 years agoFavorite Answer
too much calcium from dairy ice cream and too little vitamin k
can cause calcification in artery, pancreas, kidney.
'6. eat food rich in vitamin k'
'cheese, fried food, fatty food, inflame pancreas in dog'
non-dairy calcium source : tofu, sesame seed, lentil, quinoa, etc
info : '- food for bone :'
dairy contain morphiceptin which is an opioid. opioid impair immune system
'therapeutic and chronic use of opioids can
compromise the function of the immune system.
Opioids decrease the proliferation of macrophage
progenitor cells and lymphocytes, and affect cell
differentiation (Roy & Loh, 1996)'
from google (casomorphin wiki) result 1
- 4 years ago
Well, it would depend on how big the ice creams are. If they were single scoops on a waffle cone, I doubt it's worth worrying about. Or are we talking massive sundaes?
- Anonymous4 years ago
Making sacrifices to the Mighty Ra, will always get you rewarded.
- 4 years ago
Are you already overweight? If so, the extra fat in ice cream can have health consequences.
If you're not, you can probably get away with it for a while before those consequences kick in.
Either way, though, it's not healthy, even if you're not worried about the *aesthetics* of fat, the health risks aren't worth it. Not unless you also don't care about dying young.
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- GertLv 74 years ago
No, don't do that. You don't need that much ice cream.
- ?Lv 74 years ago
As long as you're not lactose intolerant, eat healthy otherwise and don't care about weight, there shouldn't be a problem.
- ThomasLv 64 years ago
Ice cream is loaded with fat. If you must have ice cream, limit yourself to a small serving once a week.