Eating the right kinds of food and maintaining a balanced diet are key to maintaining overall health. For people with HIV, the association between nutrition and health is even more pronounced.
Learn why nutrition is so important to people living with HIV, how it is measured, and several ways to stay healthy by eating smarter.
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Why Is Nutrition Important?
Good nutrition means eating the right kinds and amounts o...
I don't buy snacks when I shop, because once those snacks get in the house, I'm in trouble!
-- Nancy Santiago, 55 Needle exchange staffer, Philadelphia Diagnosed with HIV in 2002
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"We should eat better because we CAN eat better. It's similar to how the advent/usage of clean drinking water 150 years ago made those human beings the luckiest in history."