Saturday, December 29, 2012


Maintain generous reserves of lean mass (muscle). HIV and hepatitis can cause as well as wasting of muscle tissue. Includes regular exercise (walking, jogging and exercises with weights) in the health program.

 consume enough protein. Protein provides the necessary materials for the production of new cells and tissue repair and maintain the immune system. For people with HIV / AIDS, hepatitis or, the recommended daily intake of 1 to 1.5 grams per kilogram of body weight (70 kg, so a person needs 70 to 105 grams of protein a day). Try to eat two servings to three servings of lean meat (lean beef, fish or chicken) or alternative (peanut butter or tofu) and two to three servings of dairy products with low-fat milk or soy milk every day.

 In advanced liver disease, it is possible that the protein is modified or restricted condition called encephalitis. However, we should not reduce their consumption of protein, if necessary at all, and without consulting your doctor never home. It is also useful to consult a nutritionist.

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