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Last Updated : Feb 22,2018



एड्स एचआईवी आहार व्यंजनों - हिन्दी में पढ़ें
એઇડ્સ એચઆઇવી ડાયેટ રેસિપી - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો

What is Aids?

AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) is the advanced stage of HIV infection. It is caused by a virus HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) transmitted via the body fluids of an infected person (semen, vaginal fluids, blood and breast milk).

The HIV infection weakens ones immune system, especially the T cells which fight germs. Since the body uses nutrients to keep up its defenses against germs, the main nutritional focus revolves eating well to build a strong immunity to be able to fight the virus. Till date, there is no cure for this disease, but the unhealthy dietary habits can be corrected and a healthy nutri-dense plan can be introduced to help resist the action of the virus on the body.
 

6 Steps for a Balanced AIDS / HIV Diet

1. Plenty of healthy carbs / whole grains to give you enough energy. Eg. Barley, Jowar, Buckwheat, Oats etc. Try Barley Khichdi recipe.

2. Focus on lean protein like eggs, fish, lean meat and pulses like rajma, moong, chana, matki etc. This helps to build muscle mass.

3. Do not miss out on the yoghurt amongst the dairy group. This is the healthy bacteria for the gut.

4. Ample use of a variety of fruits and vegetable is of course a must to make up for those necessary vitamins and minerals to fight infection. Broccoli and Zucchini in Red Capsicum Gravy is a true healthy subzi to opt for.

5. Include only a small amounts of fats and sugar. Olive oil and coconut oil are the best preferred.

6. Opt for a handful of healthy nuts like walnuts and almonds daily. Try The recipe of Date and Walnut Balls.

 
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As the disease progresses, the person’s ability to absorb nutrients decrease and thus following these above simple dietary tips will truly give you a healthy head start. 

With the progressing stage, the appetite also tends to reduce. This may also be accompanied by fatigue, nausea, mouth sores and other concerns like flu, headache, weight loss, bone or joint pain etc.

9 Points to be considered while making meals for a person with AIDS / HIV

1. Offer softer food like Sprouts Tikki, Barley Idli etc.
2. Serve small meals like Oats Bhel and more frequently.
3. Make the meals appetizing by using different garnishes and flavourings.
4. Serve liquid supplements like heathy shakes or juices Strawberry, Pineapple and Orange Juice in between meals.
5. Soups would be better preferred over salad for some.
6. Avoid extremely hot or colds foods, spicy of acidic foods.
7. Peanut butter or Almond Butter can be used on toast.
8. Opt for non-friend snacks like Flax Seeds Crackers than the fried ready-to eat foods.
9. Add omega-3 via walnuts, chia seeds, flax seeds in your meals. These help fight infection and inflammation in the body.

Along with adding these wholesome foods also avoid a few things like

fried foods, sweets, desserts, processed foods, canned foods, sauces, pickles. Alcohol, aerated drinks, tea and coffee. Lastly, do not forget your dose of medicine…. That’s a must too!!

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 by Tarla Dalal
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