Clinical Nutrition

Consumption habits play a major role in the development of certain chronic diseases, as well as cardiovascular disease, obesity, cancer, and polygenic disorder. Creating changes to your diet will facilitate forestall and treat these conditions. As an example, lowering certain fats and cholesterol and adding whole grains to your diet will facilitate forestall hardening of the arteries (plaque buildup within the arteries), which may cause cardiovascular disease or stroke. Eating fewer calories can assist you slenderize. Lowering simple sugars (glucose, sucrose, fructose, and lactose) can help prevent diabetes, and diets high in fiber (especially soluble fiber) will facilitate management of diabetes.

  • Clinical Malnutrition
  • Clinical Nutrition & Metabolism
  • Energy Balance
  • Enteral Nutrition
  • Iatrogenic Factors
  • Intradialytic Parenteral Nutrition
  • Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Methods of Nutrition
  • Nasogastric Feeding
  • Nutrition & Cardiovascular Health
  • Parenteral Nutrition

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