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HIV and AIDS Support

Also indexed as:AIDS-Associated Wasting
Give your body a boost by focusing on fitness and choosing the right combination of foods and nutritional supplements. According to research or other evidence, the following self-care steps may be helpful.
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Give your body a boost by focusing on fitness and choosing the right combination of foods and nutritional supplements. According to research or other evidence, the following self-care steps may be helpful.
  • Mix in a multi

    Take a daily multivitamin supplement to prevent common deficiencies associated with the disease

  • Try selenium supplements

    Taking 400 mcg a day of selenium under a doctor’s supervision can result in fewer infections, a healthier appetite, and other benefits

  • Get to know NAC

    Take 800 mg a day of the supplement N-acetyl cysteine to slow the decline in immune function

  • Discover boxwood

    Support CD4 cell counts by taking 990 mg a day of this herbal extract containing leaves and stems

  • Work in a workout

    Slow HIV progression by exercising three to four times each week

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