Month: January 2020

Diet No. 5 – the basics of therapeutic nutrition

Successful treatment of a number of gastrointestinal pathologies is based on a change in the patient’s eating behavior. Depending on the characteristics of the course of the disease, stage of its development and symptomatic manifestation, the attending physician determines the need to abandon some “unhealthy” gastronomic addictions. So, for example, people suffering from gastritis, cholecystitis, hepatitis, cholelithiasis […]

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A popular diet is dangerous for the kidneys

High-protein diets, like the Ducane diet, increase the long-term risk of developing kidney disease and adversely affect markers of renal function. In addition, they contribute to the development of serious pathologies, in particular, kidney stone disease, as they sharply reduce the pH level of urine and urinary citrate, as well as increase calcium in the urine […]

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Thrombocytosis in children. Diagnostic Methods. Therapeutic diet

Thrombocytosis is a dangerous disease that occurs due to an increase in the content of special cells and platelets in the blood. As a result of the increase in platelet count, the risk of blood clots increases, which impedes blood flow and oxygen supply to the body. Thrombocytosis in children , as well as in adults, can lead […]

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Diet for cores: healthy foods and harmful foods

It is no secret to anyone that in recent years it is precisely diseases of the organs of the cardiovascular system that make up the bulk of the causes of disability and mortality in the adult population of our country. The main risk factors, scientists include standard conditions: a sedentary lifestyle, bad habits, malnutrition. In this regard, […]

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A balanced diet reduces the risk of preterm birth

Pregnant women who focus on fish, fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and purified water in their diets are much less likely to give birth before term, scientists from Norway, Sweden, and Iceland said, whose scientific work is published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ). The authors analyzed data on 66,000 preterm births in Norway for 2002-2008. The […]

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Urolithiasis prevention: general recommendations, diet

To prevent the onset of the disease, including such a common pathology today as urolithiasis, is much easier than to treat – this is an axiom. Prevention of urolithiasis consists of a course of procedures that normalize the urodynamics of the urinary tract, stabilize kidney function, timely detection and treatment of diseases that contribute to the formation […]

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Carbohydrate diet slows the development of “Stephen Hawking’s disease”

A high-calorie diet containing a large amount of carbohydrates helps to slow the development of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, an incurable disease that often leads to death of patients after an average of 3 years. This is discussed in an article published in the journal Lancet. Lou Gehrig’s disease or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a serious […]

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