Nutrition is the process of obtaining and processing nutrients until they are obtained in the way that the body can use them. Good nutrition will guarantee a state of well-being. Within nutrition we find functions such as digestion, respiration, circulation and excretion. There are many concomitant pathologies that can be improved from food. The feeding guidelines in any of the following pathologies will be personalized and adapted to the clinical and social characteristics of each patient. In these cases, a control will be made of the values ??obtained in the different tests provided by the patient, to assess their evolution and possible improvement.

Diabetes mellitus: There are several types of diabetes, all of which are characterized by inadequate glycemic control. Through diet, you can improve and control your blood glucose spikes and insulin resistance.

Arterial hypertension: in this pathology there is an increase in blood pressure levels above the reference values, which is related with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. That is why an adequate diet allows a prevention or improvement of blood pressure and with it, a prevention of strokes.

Dyslipidemia: Inadequate lipid values ??such as cholesterol or triglycerides are associated with coronary problems. One of the causes that can be acted on is diet and sedentary lifestyle.

Endometriosis: an adequate diet can improve the symptoms associated with cases of endometriosis. From food, it is not only intended to improve the symptoms, but also the nutrition of the patient.

Digestive pathologies (colitis, Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, gastritis, etc.): Nutrition is closely related to the digestive system Therefore, an adequate diet according to the pathology that is suffered allows improving the symptoms associated with it.

Endocrine disorders (thyroid and polycystic ovary syndrome): Abnormal levels of certain hormones can produce symptoms that can be alleviated or improved through adequate food.

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