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Dietary considerations in Renal Diseases

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Being obese. High body mass index (BMI), large waist size and weight gain have been linked to an increased risk of kidney stones.

Digestive diseases and surgery. Gastric bypass surgery, inflammatory bowel disease or chronic diarrhea can ...
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Nutritional Consideration in Liver Disease

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Functions of the Liver.Metabolizes CHO, proteins, fat.Synthesizes plasma proteins.Stores vitamins and minerals.Forms blood clotting factors.Detoxifies drugs & toxins.Produces & excretes bile.Phagocytic activities.Acts as reservoir for blood volume...
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Nutritional Consideration in Cardiovascular Diseases

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Hypertension is the term used to describe high blood pressure.The top number is called the systolic blood pressure, and the bottom number is called the diastolic blood pressure.Blood pressure readings are usually given as two numbers for example, ...
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Nutrition in Children

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Hunger – physiological state when food not able to meet energy needsMalnutrition – impaired development linked to both deficient and excessive nutrient intakeUndernutrition – most common form of malnutrition in developing countries; energy, ...
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Weight management

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Obesity-related conditions include heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancer, some of the leading causes of preventable death.fad diet - a reducing diet that enjoys temporary popularityobesity diet - a diet designed to h...
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Nutrition in Infancy and Pre-school Years

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Breast feeding promotes the overall health of the child & results in decreased childhood morbidity and mortality.Breast feeding protects the child from diarrhea and other diseases.Early initiation of breast milk    Colostrums contains antibodies...
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Maternal Nutrition

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Nutrition at optimal levels is fundamental in the maintenance of positive health. Maternal nutrition is very important for the course and outcome of pregnancy. Lactation represents a stage where health and nutritional status of the infant are depe...
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DIETARY REQUIREMENTS Applied Nutrition

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Nutrition at optimal levels is fundamental in the   maintenance of positive health. Maternal nutrition is very important for the course and outcome of pregnancy.Lactation represents a stage wherein health and nutritional status of the infant are...
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Nutrition Basics

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The process of taking in food and using it for growth, metabolism, and repair.

The act or process of nourishing or being nourished; specifically :  the sum of the processes by which an animal or plant takes in and utilizes food substanc...
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NUTRITION AND AGEING

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Nutrition interacts with the ageing process in numerous ways and the risk of nutrition related health problems increases in later life. For a variety of physical, social, and psychological reasons (Table 31.2), older adults are widely considered t...
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ADOLESCENT NUTRITION

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WHO define Adolescence as young people between 10 -19 years of age. It is a time of profound biological, emotional, social, and cognitive changes during which a child develops into an adult.Biologically, adolescence is the time of life when there ...
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CHILD NUTRITION

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Childhood is usually regarded as the period between 1 and 10 years. Toddlers are generally defined as children between the ages of 1 and 3 years.Preschool-age children are between 3 and 5 years of age. Middle childhood is a term that generally des...
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OPTIMAL FEEDING

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It was estimated that reaching over 90 % of infants with a package of interventions to protect, promote and support optimal infant and young child feeding practices can contribute to reducing overall child mortality by close to one fifth. Optimal ...
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SAFETY ISSUES AROUND FEEDING

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SAFETY ISSUES AROUND FEEDING

The risk of choking on foods with the potential for aspiration and asphyxia is highest for infants and toddlers.

Small, round, smooth foods such as grapes, nuts, candies, raisins, seeds, peas, corn,...
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COMPLEMENTARY FEEDING

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Complementary feeding is defined as “the process started when breast milk is no longer sufficient to meet the nutritional requirements of infants, and therefore other foods and liquids are needed, along with breast milk”.The transition from ex...
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ARTIFICIAL FEEDING Benefits and Harms

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Science and industry have combined to produce breast milk substitutes, often called Infant Formulas or Human Milk Substitutes (HMS). The standard formula choice is a cow’s milk-based formula, containing skim milk powder, lactose and a variable b...
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CONTRAINDICATIONS TO BREASTFEEDING

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Although there are numerous benefits to breastfeeding, in some cases there are also risks that must be considered. A mother with HIV should not breastfeed, because the infection can be transmitted through breast milk.Breastfeeding also is not reco...
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BENEFITS TO FAMILY AND TO THE COMMUNITY of Breastfeeding

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Finally, breastfeeding is beneficial to the family and to the community.To the family, because it promotes the wellbeing of infants and mothers and contributes to food security, while not impacting the economy of the household - not only is breast...
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BENEFITS OF BREAST-FEEDING FOR MOTHERS

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Breastfeeding also benefits mothers. Breast-feeding allows the mother to spend more time with her child, and this closeness helps in “laying the foundation for a caring and trusting relationship between mother and child”.Breast feeding provide...
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NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS OF BREAST FEEDING

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Breast milk contains vital fatty acids, such as docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and Arachidonic acid (ARA).Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which promotes optimal development of the central nervous system, are present in human milk and are present in only s...
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VALUE OF BREAST FEEDING

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Breast milk contains all necessary nutrients in the optimum ratio and a kind adapted for features of digestive system of the newborn.If the breastfeeding technique is satisfactory, exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months of life meets the e...
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EXCLUSIVE BREAST FEEDING

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Exclusive breastfeeding means that “an infant receives only breast milk from his or her mother or a wet nurse, or expressed breast milk, and no other liquids or solids, not even water, with the exception of oral rehydration solution, drops or sy...
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OPTIMAL FEEDING

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The first two years of life, therefore provide a “critical window” of opportunity for ensuring children’s appropriate health, growth and behavioral & cognitive development through optimal feeding. Breast-feeding, followed b...
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INFANTS AND CHILDREN NUTRITION

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Children are particularly vulnerable to nutritional inadequacies due to rapid growth and development.Poor nutrition increases the risk of illness and is responsible, directly or indirectly; for one third of the estimated 6.6 million deaths in chil...
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LACTATION & NUTRITION

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Lactation is the  medical term for the process of producing and secreting breast milk. It is the process that makes breastfeeding possible.New mothers need to adjust their caloric and fluid intake to make breastfeeding p...
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NUTRITION DURING PREGNANCY

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Maternal nutrition has a profound effect on all aspects of reproduction. The lifelong nutritional status of a mother from her own conception and throughout her life to the birth of her baby, all impact on the health and well-being of mother and he...
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Introduction to Keto Diet

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Human bodies change significantly over time, and food is the fuel for those changes. People of all ages need the same basic nutrients—essential amino acids, carbohydrates, essential fatty acids, and twenty-eight vitamins and minerals—to susta...
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