NUTRITION AND DIAGNOSIS RELATED CARE PDF

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Eighth edition View all editions and formats. The patient provided consent for publication of radiological and physical images. References 1. A Case of Leser-Trelat Syndrome associated with a renal cell carcinoma. Case Rep Dermatol. CrossRef Google Scholar 2. Hyponatremia in the elderly: challenges and solutions. Clin Interv Aging. CrossRef Google Scholar 3. Hyponatremia: incidence, risk factors, and consequences in the elderly in a home-based primary care program.

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Pick healthy fats, which can serve as a source of concentrated, healthy calories.

Healthy fats include olive oil, canola oil, peanuts and other nuts, peanut butter, avocado, and fatty fish such as salmon, sardines, and mackerel. Limit unhealthy saturated fat including fatty red meat. Work dietary fiber into your diet.

Fiber helps to keep bowel function normal and can help decrease risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease. The Institute of Medicine recommends that total fiber intake for adults older than 50 should be at least 30 grams per day for men and 21 grams for women.

Most fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes are good sources of fiber.

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Nuts and seeds are also good sources, but whole-grain breads and beans may be easier to chew if you have dental problems or dentures. Make sure to drink plenty of fluids as you increase your fiber intake.

Adjust portion sizes. If you need to gain a few pounds, try to increase your portions rather than eating foods that are high in added sugar and unhealthy saturated fat.All Community Hea Developed by well-known author and nutritionist Sylvia Escott-Stump, the Sixth Edition of this classic text provides timely, pertinent medical nutrition therapy information for the care of patients with over diseases, disorders, and conditions.

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