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Diet in hepatits A 
Diet in hepatits A
02.06.2015

Diet recommended for convalescents after viral hepatitis should be used for an average time of 6 weeks. After this period, if the results of biochemical tests are normal, your doctor may allow a return to a normal diet. Hepatitis A - induced through



Diet in colon diverticulosis 
Diet in colon diverticulosis
02.06.2015

The formation of diverticula (or invagination) of large intestine mucosa is closely associated with inadequate nutrition, but also some influence of genetic factors has been found. The disease most often occurs in people who have completed 40 years.



Diet in gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) 
Diet in gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
02.06.2015

On gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) suffers at least once a month, about 15% of the people. The unpleasant symptoms can be alleviated with proper nutrition. The characteristic symptoms of this disease is heartburn experienced as stinging or bur



Diet in chronic cardiovascular 
Diet in chronic cardiovascular
02.06.2015

Chronic heart failure is a disease of the circulatory system, in which the heart as a whole, or one of its chambers, is not able to perform the systolic and diastolic work. Depending on the severity of disease, increased heart rate, abnormal blood pr



Diet in chronic kidney disease 
Diet in chronic kidney disease
02.06.2015

In chronic kidney disease low protein diet is primarily used. Chronic kidney disease develops as a consequence of kidney disease (damage to the glomeruli or renal tubules), metabolic diseases or long-term kidney stones. Diet in this disease is import



Diet in osteoporosis 
Diet in osteoporosis
02.06.2015

Osteoporosis, or bone thinning is a scourge especially of adult women. In industrialized countries suffer from it every third woman aged over 50 years. It can occur at any age, but most often manifests itself in women during menopause. During this ti



Diet for hypertension 
Diet for hypertension
02.06.2015

Diet for high blood pressure should be chosen depending on the associated diseases and metabolic disorders (diabetes, obesity, kidney disease, lipid disorders, and others). Therefore, you should always consult a dietitian to recommend an individual.



Diet in liver cirrhosis 
Diet in liver cirrhosis
02.06.2015

In cirrhosis, it is necessary to follow a diet that is dependent on the severity of the disease. The liver is the most important organ in systemic metabolism. The malfunction causes severe disturbances in the functioning of the body. One of the most



Diet in kidney stones 
Diet in kidney stones
02.06.2015

Kidney stones is a disease consisting of precipitation in the urinary tract of insoluble deposits of chemicals, which are normal or abnormal component of urine. Kidney stones is one of the most common diseases of the urinary tract. Much more likely i



Diet in fever 
Diet in fever
02.06.2015

Many diseases are accompanied by a feverish state. Proper diet is an important part of therapy, allows for faster recovery. Usually we have a fever in the autumn and winter, when we suffer frequent upper respiratory infections, flu or strep throat. D



Diet in phenylketonuria 
Diet in phenylketonuria
02.06.2015

Ensuring an adequate dietary therapy allows the normal development of the child. Phenylketonuria is a metabolic disease, which is the lack of an enzyme catalyzing the conversion of one of the amino acids (supplied with food) - phenylalanine into anot



Diet in type 1 diabetes 
Diet in type 1 diabetes
02.06.2015

Regular consumption of food is the foundation of the diet in type 1 diabetes. The cause of type 1 diabetes, called insulin-dependent diabetes, is damage of the insulin-producing pancreatic cells. The essence of this disease is a deficiency of insulin



Diet in peptic ulcer disease 
Diet in peptic ulcer disease
02.06.2015

Loss of gastric and duodenal ulcers are called peptic ulcer disease. If pain occurs about 30 minutes after eating - we have mostly to do with gastric ulcer, if 1-3 hours after eating, at night or in the morning - with duodenal ulcers. These are the m



Diet in diseases of the pancreas and biliary 
Diet in diseases of the pancreas and biliary
02.06.2015

Diet in diseases of the pancreas and biliary tract should contain the normal amount of calories, provided for the population, but with the reduction of fat, while increasing carbohydrate intake. Meals should be eaten five times a day, with moderate v



Diet after brain stroke 
Diet after brain stroke
02.06.2015

The most common cause of stroke is atherosclerosis in the arteries supplying blood to the brain. Symptoms of stroke include fainting, confusion, slurred speech, vision, hearing and unilateral (much less two-sided) paralysis of the body. Atheroscleros



Diet after acute pancreatitis 
Diet after acute pancreatitis
02.06.2015

The main task of the pancreas is the production and secretion of the digestive enzymes and the production of hormones (most notably insulin) as well as compounds that affect the function of blood vessels. The most common pancreatic diseases are the a



Gluten-free diet (in celiac disease) 
Gluten-free diet (in celiac disease)
02.06.2015

Gluten protein that causes celiac disease is a gliadin - (a component of gluten) contained in oats, barley, rye and wheat. Patients must exclude from your diet foods containing gluten and replace them with rice, corn or soybeans. Products allowed in



Food which  improve memory and concentration 
Food which improve memory and concentration
30.05.2015

Weighing only 1400 grams - which equals 2% of the total body weight - the brain consumes 20% of supplied to our body and 20% of the oxygen we breathe. Our brain has an insatiable need for vitamins, minerals, amino acids, glucose and oxygen. Unfortuna



What is overweight and obesity, causes and consequences 
What is overweight and obesity, causes and consequences
14.04.2015

Overweight determine excess of body fat, running out of adopted norms and leading in effect to body weight increase, while obesity is pathological accumulation of body fat in the organism, exceeding its physiological needs and adaptability, which may



Genetic obesity in children 
Genetic obesity in children
30.03.2015

They?re just 11 and weight 100 kilograms. It?s about kids, who took a part in studies of british scientists from University of Cambridge and Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute. The task of their studies was the knowledge about genetic obese reasons. The



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