Health Education Resources
The basic rule for prevent obesity and weight loss is to “eat less and exercise more.”
Help babies obtain balanced nutrition and fulfill the demand of their growth.
By appropriately modifying the protein, sodium and water in the diet, it is possible to control the deterioration of liver cirrhosis and improve the nutritional status of patients with liver cirrhosis, ascites, and esophageal varices.
Depending on the degree of liver disease of the patient, the protein, sodium and water in the diet should be appropriately modified to facilitate the control of liver coma.
Appropriate amount of protein is restricted to maintain optimal nutritional status of renal patients in order to delay the cases of renal failure.
Proper diet helps patient with injured liver regenerate and recover, and it also helps reduce chances of liver lesions.
For early renal dysfunction, appropriate restrictions on the content of phosphorus and potassium in diet could slow down the decline of renal function.
It is crucial to provide patients of kidney conditions with appropriate nutrition support.