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Special eating needs for people living with HIV & AIDS

Everyone can take heed here. Whether its you or someone you know, share the information please. A person who is infected with HIV & AIDS and is not showing signs of illness does not need a specific “HIV-diet”. However, those infected with HIV should make every effort to adopt healthy and balanced nutrition patterns  in more »

 
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Take Responsibility – Take Action Against HIV&AIDS

Take Action – What can I do? Family Learning Projects/Skills Computer Skills HBC  (Home Based Care) Counselling Course Cooking & Sewing Skills Sales – Lit’The Fight Against HIV/AIDS; Nutrition; Health Supplements Facilitate Support Groups Monthly Health & Wellness refresher/update – Management Monthly on-site/branch Health & Wellness Awareness Transport/Lift Club for Support Group attendees HIV Policy more »

 
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Good Food – Bad Food 6

Food allergies: Many people are sensitive to certain foods, which can result in symptoms including intestinal distress, fatigue, and even weight gain. Common foods that create such problems are dairy, eggs, gluten (the protein in wheat), and soy, corn, and food additives. Individuals that experience any of the above symptoms should experiment with eliminating these more »

 
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Good Foods Bad Foods 5

Rancid fats and oils: These create free radicals, which are highly reactive molecules that can initiate chain reactions of chemical disruption, injuring cell membranes, enzymes, and DNA. They have a negative impact on a wide range of conditions such as aging, cancer, inflammation, degenerative disease, viral infections, and AIDS. Common sources of rancid fats and more »

 
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GOOD FOODS – BAD FOODS 4

BAD FOOD Raw foods: Foods such as clams, oysters, sushi, very rare meats, and undercooked eggs contain infectious bacteria and intestinal parasites. Infections that would not bother most people can be life threatening for those with compromised immune systems. Even alfalfa and bean sprouts, which are usually associated with “health food,” contain a natural toxin more »

 
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The ‘Good’ and ‘Bad’ Guys 3

BAD Alcohol: When consumed in excess, alcohol is a poison to every system of your body. It depresses the nervous system, inhibits the bone marrow’s ability to regenerate blood cells, is toxic to the liver, depletes B-vitamins, and is dehydrating. If you are taking protease inhibitors, which place significant stress on the liver, alcohol intake more »

 
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Bad Foods – Good Foods 2

BAD Coffee: Caffeine is a diuretic that contributes to the body’s loss of important nutrients, such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium. Caffeine places stress on the adrenal glands (already stressed out from our hectic lifestyles) and adversely affects the nervous system, resulting in anxiety, hyperactivity, and insomnia. Healing occurs when the body is relaxed and more »

 
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Support our NPO with your Corporate Social Responsibility Programme

The objective in recently founding AID My Journey-Support is to play a major role in the transformation of how HIV and AIDS is managed, providing valuable structured programmes on  HIV and AIDS and programmes used to enhance employers and employees: “Educate and empower people by providing local life skills programmes that promotes positive values, healthy more »

 
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