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TitleLymphedema and lipedema nutrition guide : foods, vitamins, minerals, and supplements
Author Chuck Ehrlich [and seven others] ; forward by, Felicitie Daftuar
ImprintSan Francisco, CA : Lymph Notes, 2016
Descript viii, 340 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

SUMMARY

Eat to starve lymphedema and lipedema by having foods that fight these conditions (and cancer) and avoiding foods that contribute to symptoms or related conditions. Learn how food choices affect both conditions and how better nutrition can improve symptoms (including pain) and delay changes associated with progression to more advanced stages. Intended for anyone with, or at risk for, lymphedema or lipedema, caregivers, lymphedema therapists, and other health care providers. Signs of lymphedema and lipedema (painful fat syndrome) include swelling (edema), abnormal fat accumulation, pain, skin changes, and infections (cellulitis, wounds or ulcers) in affected areas. Lymphedema and lipedema are progressive conditions that can be depressing, disfiguring, disabling, and (potentially) deadly, without treatment. This guide explains why nutrition is an essential part of treatment and self-care for these conditions, what to eat, and how to change your eating pattern. It also covers vitamins, minerals, and supplements that may be beneficial. You may be at risk for lymphedema if you have chronic venous insufficiency, other venous disorders, heart disease, obesity, a cancer diagnosis (especially breast cancer, reproductive system cancers, or melanoma), or a family history of lymphedema or swollen legs. Eating wisely and maintaining a healthy body weight can help reduce your risk of developing lymphedema symptoms.


CONTENT

Lymphedema and lipedema -- Physiology and food choices -- Recommended eating pattern -- Food label nutrients -- Other nutritional factors -- Vitamins, minerals, and supplements -- Changing eating patterns -- Meal plans and menus -- Recipes -- Preparing vegetables and fruits -- Practical tips -- Record keeping -- Appendix A. Shopping guide -- Appendix B. Ingredients to avoid -- Appendix C. Diagnosis and care considerations -- Appendix D. Example photos -- Appendix E. Resources


Lymphedema -- Nutritional aspects Lymphatics -- Diseases -- Nutritional aspects

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