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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I eat to recover from malnutrition?

  • Have an egg/paneer for breakfast, dal for lunch and chicken or soy nuggets for dinner.
  • For snacks choose a combination of carbs and protein, to help the protein be utilized for its primary function. Cheese with fruits, dry fruits with nuts, dahi with fruits.
  • Milk and dahi are good sources of quality proteins; do consume at least 600 ml a day. ...

What are the solutions to malnutrition?

  • Two to three daily liquid supplements
  • Daily calorie counts, frequent weighing
  • Appetite stimulants (Megestrol)
  • Frequent follow-up with a nutritionist or other healthcare provider
  • Lab monitoring (e.g., electrolytes, including phosphate and potassium)

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How to prevent and treat malnutrition?

Treatment may involve:

  • dietary changes, such as eating foods high in energy and nutrients
  • support for families to help them manage factors affecting the child's nutritional intake
  • treatment for any underlying medical conditions causing malnutrition
  • vitamin and mineral supplements

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How to tell if you're malnourished?

  1. Hair Loss. One of the very first symptoms of malnutrition is hair loss. ...
  2. Fainting. If you’re consistently feeling lightheaded and fainting, or having trouble with coordination of any kind, it could be a symptom of malnutrition.
  3. Depression. If you’re constantly depressed and don’t usually eat that much, or eat healthy foods, it is mostly likely unnecessary since depression can be treated through diet and how ...
  4. Headaches. Headaches aren’t always diet related, but they can be. ...
  5. Constant Bleeding. As I mentioned, in 2010 when I was eating an all raw and vegan diet, which works for some people, but didn’t for me, I began bleeding ...
  6. Weight Loss. Yes, obviously weight loss is a sign that you’re malnourished, but let me be clear about something. ...
  7. Weak Eyes. If you’ve ever seen a sick person, you’ll notice their eyes look weak. Well, when I was really malnourished, so did mine.
  8. Poor Dental Health. If your teeth are cracking, thinning or bleeding at the gums, it may be a sign of malnutrition. ...
  9. Acne. Acne is always a good sign to tell if your body is happy on the inside or not. ...

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