Nutrition & Disease Management

This section brings you information on nutritional care and disease with focus on enteral and parenteral nutrition, and nutrition support for a wide range of conditions such as infectious disease, cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal diseases, metabolic syndrome and diabetes. It also includes the impact of nutrition on aging and frailty, critical care support post-surgery and oncology care.


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Weight Management, Micronutrients, and Supplements in Diabetes

At this year’s 39th International Symposium on Diabetes and Nutrition, held in Anavyssos, Greece, Nestlé Health Science sponsored a series of presentations and plenary lectures with a focus on the effects of weight loss, micronutrients, nutritional


A disease with many faces – phenotypes of osteoarthritis

A disease with many faces – phenotypes of osteoarthritis

Amanda Nelson, Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, focuses on explaining the different phenotypes and endotypes of Osteoarthritis, how patients can be identified and how that may influence the

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Nutrition in disease recovery

Nutrition in disease management is cyclical, where malnutrition may lead to diseases and diseases may cause malnutrition. Hence maintaining proper nutrition before risks for diseases increase is ideal. In this same light, in times of illness


Feeding the Fetus (infographics)

Feeding the Fetus

In the womb, babies get all they need from their mother’s body. An inadequate maternal diet can consequently lead to many nutritional risks for maternal and child health.


Global Trends in Nutrition and Health Through The Life Course

The past three years was an unprecedented time as sudden health challenges led to a shift in dietary patterns, lifestyle and nutrition status of families all across the globe..

Now that the world is slowly opening up once more, we must plan for a

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