HIV-Infected Children andNutrition: The Friend and The Foe

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Abstract

The impact of nutrition on HIV-infected children has been evaluated inmultiple studies. Our review of the current trends of nutrition-related studiesrevealed that the focus has moved from simply the disease consequences of HIV toensuring that antiretroviral therapy-treated children are well nourished to ensuregrowth and development. This update aims to present the state of the art regardingnutrition of HIV-infected children and the real potential for nutrition to serveas a dynamic therapy in this group. Recent World Health Organization reportsindicate that the HIV/AIDS disease is curbing in incidence worldwide despite thehigh 1.8 million children, less than 15 years, reported in 2017. In addition, theliterature supports the complexity and bidirectional relation between nutritionand HIV. HIV infection has a substantial effect on the nutritional status, in particular,the gastrointestinal side effects, which, in turn, have a profound impact onHIV infection. Advances in the field have transformed the course of the diseaseinto a chronic illness, where more attention was given to lifestyle and quality of lifeincluding nutrition. However, achievement of food security, nutrition accessibility,and appropriate handling of nutrition-related complications of HIV infection areremarkable challenges
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteNutrition and HIV/AIDS - Implication for Treatment, Prevention and Cure
Pagine1-11
Numero di pagine11
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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HIV Infections
Food Supply
Group Psychotherapy
Nutritional Status
Life Style
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
Chronic Disease
Incidence
Infection
Therapeutics

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Leone, A. (2018). HIV-Infected Children andNutrition: The Friend and The Foe. In Nutrition and HIV/AIDS - Implication for Treatment, Prevention and Cure (pagg. 1-11)

HIV-Infected Children andNutrition: The Friend and The Foe. / Leone, Angelo.

Nutrition and HIV/AIDS - Implication for Treatment, Prevention and Cure. 2018. pag. 1-11.

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Leone, A 2018, HIV-Infected Children andNutrition: The Friend and The Foe. in Nutrition and HIV/AIDS - Implication for Treatment, Prevention and Cure. pagg. 1-11.
Leone A. HIV-Infected Children andNutrition: The Friend and The Foe. In Nutrition and HIV/AIDS - Implication for Treatment, Prevention and Cure. 2018. pag. 1-11
Leone, Angelo. / HIV-Infected Children andNutrition: The Friend and The Foe. Nutrition and HIV/AIDS - Implication for Treatment, Prevention and Cure. 2018. pagg. 1-11
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