Can You Really Have Salt on a Diet?

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asked Oct 17, 2019 in 3D Segmentation by jeromeprincy (10,460 points)

Just like in the treatment of any health The Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy Review  condition, a healthy diet plays a vital role in the treatment of Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. This is a disease that will attack the body when it is vulnerable, especially when the immune system is low. One way to maintain a healthy immune system is to eat a healthy, well-balanced diet that is rich in protein. A physician will be able to help Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma patients choose a sensible diet plan that is well-suited to their needs. This diet must include the three macronutrients: proteins, fats and carbohydrates, in the proper amounts.

Fats - Even though we hear so many stories about how unhealthy fat is, in actuality, fat is necessary, but healthy fats. Some healthy fats are those that are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, and can be found in cold water fish, including salmon, as well as olive oil and nuts. Carbohydrates - Another supposed diet no-no, the right carbohydrates are also necessary for a well-balanced diet. In fact, carbohydrates are the primary source of energy for the body. Complex carbohydrates are healthier, as they digest slowly. There are a number of healthy, delicious sources of good complex carbohydrates, including certain vegetables, and whole grains.

Proteins - Proteins are a macronutrient that the body depends on for survival. Proteins are made up of chains of amino acids, created from nitrogen, carbon, oxygen and hydrogen. Healthy proteins come from two sources, plants and animals, with animal proteins (except soy, which is a complete protein) being the best as they contain all eight essential amino acids and all 14 non-essential amino acids. Many Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma patients find that they are not getting the amount of protein they need in their diets, and often, protein supplements are recommended. Many protein supplements are fat and carbohydrate-free, and are low in calories.

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