Nutritional Therapy Department

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Nutritional Therapy is an evidence-based approach to capitalize on one’s health potential though individually formulated nutritional and lifestyle changes. All of the diet and nutrient therapies we study seem quite able to slow down the diseases and possibly, if done right, even prevent them. This therapy promotes the benefits of good, nutritious, macrobiotic foods for optimal wellbeing, as well as the therapeutic effects of meticulous foods for specific health conditions. Nutritional Therapy treats the body as a whole while seeking the root source of health concerns, rather than simply treating the symptoms.

We aim to give a comprehensive overview of current understanding about nutritional support in stem cell. As first-line nutrition is often given to patients in order to maintain their nutritional status during stem cell.  Some patients failed multiple immunosuppressive therapies, so most had get nutritional interventions to support routine health concerns before and after stem cell. Nutritional Support has been the chosen method for the patients undergoing with stem cell therapy. Enhanced diffusion pathways and thus nutrition production in nutritional therapy is rather encouraging considering the potential nutritional constraints present in stem cells might be able to confer therapeutic effects in a stem cell therapy. To feed stem cell requires multidisciplinary nutritional support it is also important to follow nutritional status over the long term, as patients often suffer from various nutritional problems, such as malnutrition, metabolic syndrome and the patients’ quality of life, even late after stem cells. So the reason that Nutritional status should also be reviewed at long-term in stem cell follow-ups.  In addition, nutritional status can affect the clinical outcome in stem cells. Therefore, it is important to refer the patient to nutritional therapist when becoming aware of nutritional problems before and after stem cell.