Malnutrition in cancer patients effects up to 80% of patients, and most often malnutrition is already present at the time of diagnosis. Some of the adverse effects associated with cancer treatment regimes include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, decreased ability to digest food. Unless your physician, nutritionist, or dietitian has told you
Weight loss surgery can be more effective and accessible than ever before, but requires changes to eating and lifestyle habits. The key is to make sure the changes in weight and outlook are positive and long-lasting. This is not always an easy task — especially in the days and weeks
Burn Injury Nutrition

Burn Injury Nutrition

Burn Injuries Nutrition & Support Nutritional support is a vital component when treating a burn injury. Nutrition represents one of the most important cornerstones in the management of patients with a moderate to severe burn injury. Clinical monitoring is the key tool for assessing the adequacy of nutritional support and