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This new edition of Nutrition and AIDS is a timely look at what dietar y materials, supplements, and foods may benefit or treat AIDS, as well as nutritional deficiencies that can accelerate progression to AIDS a nd death. It offers a variety of alternative dietary and herbal remedi es, including some that have been tested in animals and humans to stim ulate immune defense or compensate for changes induced by HIV infectio n. In addition, it surveys items that may accelerate nutritional deple tion in AIDS patients, such as cocaine, alcohol, and tobacco use. It i ncludes data from animal studies modeling AIDS and nutrition, studies not yet done in humans but applicable to them.
The book contains black-and-white illustrations.
Wasting in AIDS in the Era of HAART Lawrence A.
Supplementation and Undernutrition: Effects on Survival in
Murine AIDS Jeongmin Lee and Ronald R. Watson
Antioxidants in Human AIDS Jeongmin Lee and Ronald R.
Trace Elements, Free Radicals, and HIV Progression Brigitte
Dousset, Benedicte Nicolas and Francine Belleville
Use of Herbs and Non-Nutritive Supplements in HIV-Positive
and AIDS Patients Simin B. Vaghefi and Aurea Westrick-
AIDS and Food Safety Ralph Meer and Scottie Misner
Thiols to Treat AIDS Frederik Müller, Pal Aukrust, Rolf Bugen, Asborn Svardaz, and Stig S. Froland
Drugs of Abuse: Modulation of Immune and Nutritional Status
in AIDS David Solkoff and Ronald R. Watson
Cigarette Smoking and AIDS Herman R. Lucero and Ronald R. Watson
Lipodystrophy in AIDS: Causes and Nutritional Therapy Jennifer Muir Bowers
Vitamins in HIV Infection Greg Coodley and Harry D. Albertson
Nutrition and HIV/AIDS Patients in Japan Chizuko Maruyama
Nutrition and HIV Infection/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa Cyril O. Enwonwu
Traditional and Popular Uses of Food as Therapy for HIV/AIDS
Jacquelyn H. Flaskerud
HIV and Infant Growth Doug Taren and Cara Frankenfield