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    Nutrition and HIV/AIDS
    Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    This article from our HIV & AIDS Health Center shares how eating a healthy diet when you're HIV positive is key to protecting your immune system and keeping your energy levels up.

    If you're HIV-positive, nutrition and HIV is a subject you'll want to pay special attention to. That's because your body will undergo changes, both from medications and the disease itself.

    Good nutrition can have several benefits. It can:
    • Improve your overall quality of life by providing nutrients your body needs.
    • Keep your immune system stronger so you can better fight disease.
    • Help manage HIV symptoms and complications.
    • Process medications and help manage their side effects.
    To find out more on eating right be sure to read the article and try these nutrition tips.

    For more diet & nutrition tips, join our WebMD Diet Community and find the support you need to stay on track.
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