Nutritional Disorder Management

Nutritional disorders can happen just due to lack of proper food in the diet or certain vital nutrients or by an incapacity of the body to absorb and assimilate nutrients, or by overconsumption of different types of foods”. Nutritional disorders can be particularly serious in any age of an individual, since they interfere with growth and development, and may predispose a person to many health problems, such as infections and chronic diseases. A metabolic disorder occurs when the metabolism process fails and allows the body to have either too much or too little of the essential compounds needed to stay healthy. Our bodies are very sensitive to errors in metabolic activity. The body must have amino acids and many different types of proteins to perform all of its metabolic functions. For example, the brain and other parts of the body need calcium, potassium and sodium to generate electrical impulses, and lipids (fats and oils) to maintain a healthy nervous system.

  • Vitamins, antioxidant and mineral deficiency disorder
  • Nutritional approaches to combating non-communicable diseases
  • Lifestyle related disorders
  • Mental disorders
  • Malnutrition and associated disorders
  • Inflammatory and autoimmune diseases
  • Food borne allergy and intolerance
  • Obesity, diabetes and other metabolic syndrome
  • Food intake and energy expenditure

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