Hellenic Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics

ISSN 1792-4030

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Hellenic Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics

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4. Nutritional management after bariatric surgery
Chrysanthi Vlachaki 1 email author , Maria Karageorgou 2 , Stavros Karakozis 2 , Dimitrios Vlachakis 3
1 Department of Dietetics and Nutritional Science, Harokopion University, Athens
2 Euroclinic Athens
3 Biology Department, NCSR Demokritos, Athens
pages: 29-36, doi:1792-4030-1-4
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Μorbid obesity, surgery, bariatric, complications.

Malnutrition represents a predictor of low immune response. The dietitian is often called to nutritionally support
patients who cope with acute or chronic infections. A thorough nutritional assessment is important in order to recognize individuals with nutritional deficiencies. There are several theories and myths regarding the effect of different nutrients and foods in the management of infections; the aim of this review is to evaluate their role in the prevention and management of acute or chronic infections

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