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Eating a healthy, balanced diet is important for everyone’s health. Having HIV doesn’t mean that you have to make big changes to your diet. But eating the right foods can make you feel better, have more energy, and can keep your heart and bones healthy as you get older.

How food insecurity threatens Malawi’s HIV progress

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The Telegraph
6 January 2020

Study Finds No Benefit for Dietary Supplements

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NIH Director's Blog
16 April 2019

Ramadan, Fasting & HIV

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LASS
26 May 2017

Food is Medicine for HIV-Positive and Type 2 Diabetes Patients

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University of California San Francisco
26 January 2017

Vitamin D supplements 'advised for everyone'

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BBC Health
25 July 2016

Ethiopia: HIV patient nutrition more vital than once assumed

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University of Copenhagen (press release)
15 May 2014

Supplements That May Slow HIV Can Fuel Prostate Cancer

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AIDSMeds
28 February 2014

Malnutrition decreases effectiveness of HIV treatment in pregnant African women

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Eurekalert Medicine & Health
19 February 2014

Food fungi in developing countries linked to worse HIV infection

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HIV / AIDS News From Medical News Today
21 August 2013

Antiretroviral Drugs Sold for Food in Kenya’s Slums

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Voice of America
5 March 2013

Texas: Food availability linked with poor outcomes for HIV-positive children

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Baylor College of Medicine press release
12 February 2013

South Africa: Surviving On an Empty Stomach

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AllAfrica
31 October 2012