Sep 10, 2013
I'm writing an article for HIV awareness day and would like to know what are some of the main challenges in educating people about a special diet when undergoing treatment. Do find any serious biases out there? How different should a diet be for someone living with HIV if they already eat healthy? What kinds of specific nutrients/foods would one need in addition (or instead of what they already consume)? Does that vary by medication? Could you mention a few examples?
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