Tag: Revista De Nutrição

Is physical exercise beneficial even in malnutrition?

It was demonstrated that physical exercise have benefits against malnutrition. Weight loss, known as the biggest feature of malnutrition, was reversed. Oxidative stress markers in the liver and blood, and liver health indicators that are known to be affected by malnutrition were also improved. Yet, how could exercise be beneficial to a “sick” organism? Read More →

How does protein malnutrition influence the formation of collagen in wound healing?

This study investigated comparatively the tissue changes related to inflammation and collagen formation in cutaneous healing in nourished and malnourished rats and observed that malnutrition had a negative impact both quantitative and qualitative, in the animals. The study suggests the importance of an adequate nutritional pattern to achieve a better wound healing. Read More →

Can YouTube help with healthy nutrition?

Research conducted by nutritionists of the University of São Paulo point YouTube as a viable and recommended tool for promoting healthy nutrition among teenagers and adults, the results show that users not only access but also watch the videos about health until the end. Read More →

Conduct Protocol for eating approach of bereaved individuals

For the food approach of bereaved people a conduct protocol was developed guides of food surveys investigation. The observations of the applicability of this protocol consolidated the care emphasized with the alimentary approach of bereaved individuals, based on the time of bereavement, stages relating to the loss, distinction of loss and personality pattern. This protocol provides strong evidences that allows the professional to evaluate influence of bereavement on feeding, and knowledge that guides nutritional interventions more applicable to each case. Read More →

Do you know excess energy intake by western diet may lead to inflammation and even apoptosis?

Researchers concluded that Western diet causes endogenous oxidative DNA damage depending on excessive energy intake, activate PARP-1 and form molecules in the pathway, which lead to inflammation. In excess, it may result in apoptosis. Continued consumption of this diet may trigger the development of a variety of diseases, including cancer. Read More →