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Immunonutrition includes nutrients that support the immune system and has been shown to help reduce wound3 or infection complications4,5 after surgery.
However, the appropriate selection of enteral formulation, calculation of energy requirements, the role of immunonutrition etc.
He said that immunonutrition may be a modern term, but through the ages humans and animals have learned how to maintain and restore good health by modifying food intake that could enhance the body's defense system.
HP / HC milk drink enriched with specific nutrients Immunonutrition
Coriolus versicolor supplementation as immunonutrition in HPV patients with cervical lesions.
Immunonutrition in SAP patients resulted in higher C-reactive protein levels compared to isonitrogenous feed (97).
Five satellite symposia were run throughout the first three days and topics ranged from: disease-related malnutrition, ICU nutrition, immunonutrition in the surgical patient and management of cancer cachexia.
This study provides a promising set of results and demonstrates proof-of concept for the question as to whether immunonutrition supplements can be successfully used to improve HPV status in patients.