Clarke, John
February 2009
Gay Community News;Feb2009, Issue 230, p32
The article offers tips of having good nutrition for people with HIV. It notes that macronutrients, which contain calories such as proteins, carbohydrates and fats, can help maintain an individual's body weight. It says that protein such as meats, fish, beans, helps build and maintain muscles. Moreover, it emphasizes that an extra muscle weight will help fight HIV. Also mentioned is the importance of food supplements in maintaining body weight.


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