Category Archives: Therapeutic Nutrition

Diet Management of High Blood Pressure

Diet Management of High Blood Pressure

HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE – A SILENT KILLER Chronic High Blood Pressure remains the most prevalent form of Cardiovascular Disease. Blood Pressure may be defined as the high pressure at which the blood pushes through the walls of the arteries as the heart pumps the blood. The medical term for elevated blood pressure is called ‘Hypertension’. Blood pressure is represented by… Read more »

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Cholesterol: Techniques to decrease Cholesterol

Food swaps for heart patients

Cholesterol is a delicate, waxy substance made in the body for an assortment of purposes and furthermore found in creature inferred food sources. Its fundamental capacity is to keep up the uprightness of cell layers and to fill in as an antecedent for the amalgamation of substances like steroid chemicals, bile acids, and nutrient D, and so forth which are… Read more »

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NUTRITIONAL MANAGEMENT OF SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS (SLE)

NUTRITIONAL MANAGEMENT OF SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS (SLE) -Smeetal Pereira, Dietitian (Clinical Nutritionist, M.Sc. Foods, Nutrition and Dietitics) Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease. Wherein, the immune system of the body mistakenly attacks healthy tissue. It can affect the skin, joints, kidneys, brain, and other organs. Know how to manage nutritional management of systemic lupus erythematosus (sle) Strategies for… Read more »

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Cancer recovery with nutrition and supplements

Cancer Nutrition by qualified dietitian

Cancer recovery with nutrition and supplements ‘Gotten over the hump of treatment, now it’s time to continue forward and leave healthier by exercising and eating right.’ Nutrition plays a major role in healing the symptoms post-cancer treatment. There have been many side effects experienced by patients post-cancer treatment because of the heavy dosages of chemotherapy, surgery, or radiation. Side effects… Read more »

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How To Tackle Lactose Intolerance ?

  Lactose intolerance is one of the most common digestive complaints among adults. Lactose Intolerance Someone who is lactose intolerant, it means that they can’t digest lactose – a sugar that naturally present in fresh milk products.  Lactose is a large molecule that the body can’t take up as it is – an enzyme, called lactase, is needed to break… Read more »

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Health Benefits of Organic Foods & Meal Replacement Drinks

Health Benefits of Organic Foods & Meal Replacement Drinks by qua nutrition

Most diets aim to help you feel better. But many of them fail miserably to make this happen. How so? Non-organic foods and drinks are the insidious culprits. Loaded with dozens of harmful compounds, they make even healthful diets impotent. Let’s see what opting for organic foods and drinks delivers. Why Is It Better to Avoid Non-Organic Foods & Drinks?… Read more »

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7 ways to Lower Your Alzheimer’s Risk 

7 ways to Lower Your Alzheimer’s Risk by qua nutrition

Alzheimer’s is among the many diseases most people want to avoid, and for good reasons. Nonetheless, the statistics of people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is staggering. According to Alzheimer’s Disease International, about 44 million individuals globally are living with Alzheimer’s or an associated form of dementia. We will be discussing some 7 ways to Lower Your Alzheimer’s Risk and get… Read more »

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How to Set Exercise Goals Based on Fitness Objectives

weight loss tips by qua nutrition

Fitness is important. That is a given. However, very few people know how important it is to have fitness GOALS. Fitness goals are important because of several reasons. They encourage us to push ourselves. They help expand the boundaries of our physical limitations. They also help us hold ourselves accountable for our lifestyles. The tricky bit comes when you want… Read more »

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