Diet with proctitis

Author: doctor Derjushev A.N.

The diet, diet and diet are quite important at a proctitis. In this regard, the diet with proctitis comes from a number of general recommendations and becomes almost one of the necessary points of treatment, without which it is impossible to achieve positive results.

The ten most useful in children's nutrition of vegetables

author: cms, doctor Polozova Olga

A year-old child, for the most part, eats everything. And caring parents try to provide him with a variety of nutrition, which includes dairy, cereal, meat, fish products and, of course, vegetables.

Vegetables must necessarily be included in baby food. They provide the children's body with fiber regulating the activity of the digestive system. And, in addition, they contain a whole complex of vitamins, minerals and other substances necessary for growth and development.

Wheat fiber for weight loss

author: doctor Anastasia Skorykh

Wheat fiber is a natural product, a high-molecular compound made from wheat bran. Fiber is very useful, it contains vitamins E (tocopherol), B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B6 ​​(pyridoxine), C (ascorbic acid) and vitamin PP, as well as carotene, niacin, choline, biotin, folacin.

What is cellulose?

author: doctor Ilona Lesnaya

Human health and its condition directly depends on how and what it eats. All the useful substances that are necessary for the body we consume with food. There they are split and pass into the blood, which delivers all the useful components to the organs. But there are also substances that are not digested in our orgasm. One of the few is cellulose. For what it is needed, where it is contained and how much it needs to be consumed, now let's try to figure it out.

How many live with Parkinson's disease

author: doctor Slyusareva L.V.

They live as much as they are healthy, just the quality of life is somewhat worse. It is an incurable chronic disease of the nervous system, which does not affect the duration of life.

LFK with Parkinson's Disease

author: doctor Stryuk ON

Parkinson's disease, also called tremor paralysis, is a chronic, inevitably progressive disease that occurs more often at the age of 45-70 years and has a hereditary character in 30% of cases.

The first signs of Parkinson's disease

author: doctor Cazonova O.I.

Parkinson's disease is a chronic, progressively progressing neurodegenerative disease of the brain associated with the damage to the areas of the midbrain that are responsible for the initiation of voluntary movements, their coordination and smoothness.

New in the treatment of Parkinson's disease

author: doctor, Ph.D. Kondrashina E.A.

Parkinson's disease is still a serious neurological pathology, manifested in the progressive violation of all voluntary movements, which ultimately leads patients to a deep disability.

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