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AIDS Wasting Syndrome as an Entero-Metabolic Disorder There is an interesting relationship between the HIV virus, the health of the gastrointestinal tract, and AIDS wasting syndrome, involving Tumor Necrosis Factor alpha, specific and non-specific immunity in the gut, gut permeability, and oxidative stress. 88 kb pdf

And a Side of Algae, Please

Laboratory tests at the University of California, Davis, suggest that spirulina -- a blue-green algae considered to be a nutrient-rich food supplement -- may boost the immune system.

Health on the Road

Traveling is one of life’s great pleasures. You meet new people, experience different cultures, taste new cuisines and see spectacular sites. But you can also catch diseases and get sick when you're on the road.

Nutrition for Health and Healing in HIV

Concerns about medication toxicities and side effects run high in the HIV community. Multiple medications are being prescribed not just for HIV infection, but also for prevention and treatment of other infections, high cholesterol and fat accumulation, diabetes, heart, liver, kidney, and digestive diseases, cancer, hormonal deficiencies, pain syndromes, and mental health concerns.


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