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Clinical nutrition is nutrition required for patients with medical concerns. Clinical refers to the management of patients, including not only outpatients at clinics but also (and mainly) inpatients into the hospitals. Basically, it incorporates the scientific areas of nutrition and dietetics. Clinical nutrition plays a major role in disease prevention. It joins mainly the scientific fields of nutrition and dietetics and also aims to keep a healthy energy balance in every patient, as well as providing sufficient amounts other nutrients such as protein, multivitamins, and minerals. The chief aim for clinical nutrition is to maintain a healthy energy balance in patients, as well as providing sufficient amounts of nutrients such as proteins, minerals, and vitamins. Nutritional Assessment, Parenteral nutrition, and Nutrition Physiology come under clinical nutrition.

  • Role of nutrition in the prevention of disease
  • Nutrition physiology
  • Nutritional assessment
  • Nutrition and cardiovascular health
  • Oncology nursing
  • Complications- troubleshooting and follow up
  • Considerations during intensive care

 

Advances in Food and Nutrition counter to the rising requirements of the consumers and the different issue that emerge due to an improper or insufficient intake of food and nutrition. There are various researches in Advanced Food Processing Technologies that are being developed which incorporates genetically modified food and 3D imprinting in food.

  • Food and drug analysis
  • Chemical analysis of food
  • Laboratory analysis
  • Dietary management

 

Nutritional Disorder  is caused by insufficient consumption of food or of certain nutrients, by an inability of the body to absorb. In other words Nutritional deficiency disorders may include inadequacies or overabundances in the diet, weight gain and dietary problems, and incessant illnesses, for example, cardiovascular infection, hypertension, disease, and diabetes mellitus. Wholesome sicknesses additionally incorporate formative variations from the norm that can be counteracted by abstain from food, innate metabolic issue that react to dietary treatment, the association of nutrition and supplements with food allergies and intolerances, drugs, and potential perils in the food supply. 

  • Iodine deficiency disorders
  • Vitamins and mineral deficiency disorders
  • Food borne allergy and intolerance
  • Iodine deficiency disorder
  • Food allergy and intolerance
  • Toxin in food
  • Life style related disorder

 

Nutritional science deals with the effect of the food we consume on our bodies, while dietetics applies the science of nutrition to the prevention and treatment of disease and the promotion of health. Dieticians assess, diagnose and treat diet and nutrition problems at an individual and wider public health level. They use up-to-date public health and scientific research on food, society, health and disease, which they translate into practical guidance to enable people to make appropriate lifestyle and food choices. The team’s expertise in public health nutrition, clinical and community dietetics, health promotion and sports nutrition helps to inform our teaching on a wide range of modules across several programs in nutrition and dietetics.

  • Diabetes diet
  • Autoimmune disorder
  • Diabetic ketoacidosis
  • Gestational diabetes

 

Food acts as medicine which helps the body to prevent some diseases. The food that we consume in diet play a vital role in controlling inflammation levels helps the digestive organs to process and eliminating waste, balancing blood sugar, controlling blood pressure and cholesterol level (cardiovascular health) and many more. Medicinal food includes anti-inflammatory foods and anti-inflammatory components of certain foods and herbs are linked with lowered inflammation. The Healing diet begins with a high menu in vegetables, fruits, sprouted seeds rich in omega-3, fruits, wild meats and these anti-inflammatory foods can prevent the way inflammation affects our bodies and our lives. The healing foods diet will introduce you into a total health transformation and this diet is designed to help overcomes from diseases like Diabetes, Heart Disease, Digestive disorders, Fatigue, Depression, Hormone imbalance, and Cancer prevention. The major groups of anti-inflammatory foods are green leafy vegetables, walnuts, coconut oil beets, broccoli, fruits like pineapple, blueberries, salmon etc.

  • Bioactive nutraceuticals
  • Organic herbs
  • Role of medicinal food in nutrition
  • Anti-inflammatory foods
  • Healing food diet

 

Nutritional toxicology is related to but is not synonymous with food toxicology. Food toxicology describes toxicants or toxins found in foods. Nutritional toxicology can refer to how the diet or components of the diet prevent against the adverse effects of toxicants or toxins. Every drug is a poison when taken in the higher dose. In a similar manner nutrient taken in higher doses can cause Nutrition toxicology. In general, toxicologists deal with the exogenous compounds (i.e. xenobiotic or foreign compounds) whereas Food and Nutritional Toxicologists deal with toxicants in food, the health effects of high nutrient intakes, and the interactions between toxicants and nutrients.

  •          Dietary effects on detoxification processes
  •          Metabolic and nutritional effects of ethanol
  •          Allergic and sensitivity reactions to food components
  •          Food additives and contaminants

Nutritional Epidemiology is the study of the nutritional determinants of disease in human populations. In the field of Epidemiology, Health Nutrition can be defined as The way in which the human body reacts with diet, the extent to which the diet influences levels of health.

Nutritional epidemiology is an area of epidemiology that involves research to: Examine the role of nutrition in the etiology of the disease. Monitor the nutritional status of populations. Develop and evaluate interventions to achieve and maintain healthful eating patterns among populations.

  •          Malnutrition and associated disorders
  •          Innovative human therapeutics
  •          Importance of nutrition in chronic diseases
  •          Gene-nutrient interactions
  •          Epidemiological studies on nutrition
  •          Malnutrition

Maternal Nutrition focuses on the studies which have demonstrated that the nutritionary state of young ladies’ pre-origination (particularly body weight) has an impact on fetal development. In any case, all through physiological state, nutritionary ingestion by the mother is trusted that it doesn't have any effect all through the first and second trimesters, however maternal nutritionary admission inside the last trimester is widely accepted to have some effect on the fetal development, and in this manner Maternal and Child Health plays a vital part in the improvement and development of the fetus.

  • Pregnancy nutrition
  • Low birth weight prevention, control and treatment
  • Childhood obesity and risk factors
  • Nutritional requirements in infants & children
  • Effects of malnutrition in children treatment strategies
  • Childhood nutrition
  • Pediatric nutrition
  • Pregnancy nutrition
  • Prenatal nutrition