Food that cure Aids

Food That Cure Aids:

Introduction

Aids is the abreviation used for the Human Immunodeficiency Virus. Aids attacks the body's immune system. Normally, the immune system produces white blood cells and antibodies that attack viruses and bacteria. The infection fighting cells are called T-cell lymphocytes. Months to years after a person is infected with Aids, the virus destroys all the T-cell lymphocytes. This disables the immune system to defend the body against diseases and tumors. Various infections will be able to develop, these opportunistic infections take advantage of the body's weakened immune system. These infection which normally won't cause severe or fatal health problems will eventually cause the death of the Aids patient.

Symptoms

AIDS
AIDS symptoms appear in the most advanced stage of HIV disease. In addition to a badly damaged immune system, a person with AIDS may also have
  • Thrush a thick, whitish coating of the tongue or mouth that is caused by a yeast infection and sometimes accompanied by a sore throat
  • Severe or recurring vaginal yeast infections
  • Chronic pelvic inflammatory disease
  • Severe and frequent infections
  • Periods of extreme and unexplained tiredness that may be combined with headaches, lightheadedness, and/or dizziness
  • Quick loss of more than 10 pounds of weight that is not due to increased physical exercise or dieting
  • Bruising more easily than normal
  • Long periods of frequent diarrhea
  • Frequent fevers and/or night sweats
  • Swelling or hardening of glands located in the throat, armpit, or groin
  • Periods of persistent, deep, dry coughing
  • Increasing shortness of breath
  • The appearance of discolored or purplish growths on the skin or inside the mouth
  • Unexplained bleeding from growths on the skin, from the mouth, nose, anus, or vagina, or from any opening in the body
  • Frequent or unusual skin rashes
  • Severe numbness or pain in the hands or feet, the loss of muscle control and reflex, paralysis, or loss of muscular strength
  • Confusion, personality change, or decreased mental abilities

How can I know if I have Aids?

You cannot know for sure if you have HIV until you get tested. About 1 out of 6 people with HIV don't know they are infected, so testing is very important.

Food That Cure Aids

If a person loses weight he or she needs to take action to increase weight to the normal level. Weight is gained by eating more food, either by eating larger portions and/or eating meals more frequently, using a variety of foods as described in the previous chapter. Here are some suggestions for gaining weight:
  • Eat more staple foods such as rice, maize, millet, sorghum, wheat, bread, potatoes, sweet potatoes, yams and bananas.
  • Increase intake of beans, soy products, lentils, peas, groundnuts, peanut butter and seeds, such as sunflower and sesame.
  • Include all forms of meat, poultry, fish and eggs as often as possible. Minced meat, chicken and fish are easier to digest. Offal (such as kidney and liver) can be the least expensive source.
  • Eat snacks regularly between meals. Good snacks are nuts, seeds, fruit, yoghurt, carrots, cassava crisps, crab crisps and peanut butter sandwiches.
  • Slowly increase the fat content of the food by using more fats and oils, as well as eating fatty foods - oilseeds such as groundnuts, soy and sesame, avocados and fatty meat. If problems with a high fat intake are experienced (especially diarrhoea), reduce the fat intake until the symptoms are over and then gradually increase it to a level that the body can tolerate.
  • Introduce more dairy products such as full-cream milk, sour milk, buttermilk, yoghurt and cheese into the diet.
  • Add dry milk powder to foods such as porridge, cereals, sauces and mashed potatoes. However, do not use coffee and tea whiteners, which do not have the same nutritional benefits as milk. Note that some people may find milk difficult to digest. It should be avoided if it causes cramps, a feeling of being full or skin rashes.
  • Add sugar, honey, jam, syrup and other sweet products to the food.
  • Make meals as attractive as possible.






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