Everyone can benefit from greater knowledge of nutrition and how it impacts health. The PA Foundation is committed to working with PAs and their patients to provide resources that enhance patient-provider conversations about nutrition and its role in overall health and wellness.
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Nutrition Outreach Fellows are leading presentations in communities around the U.S. If you participated in one of these presentations, please give us your feedback by taking a short three-question survey.
Take a look at the three short videos below, then test your knowledge.
Each of the videos below addresses a key nutrition-related topic.
Nutrition to Improve Recovery After Surgery
Your nutrition is important to preparation for, and recovery from, surgery. Find out what you should consume prior to surgery in order to minimize your risk of complications and boost your recovery.
Your Nutrition Plan: How to Use a 24-Hour Dietary Recall
Nutrition is a big factor in maintaining overall good health. Your healthcare provider may ask you to complete a 24-hour dietary recall to get a better idea of your eating habits. Learn how to complete this process to produce optimal outcomes for your health journey.
Nutrition and Managing Type 2 Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes is one of the most common health problems faced by people in the U.S. today. If managed properly, it won’t stop you from living a full and healthy life. Learn steps you can take to manage diabetes, including changing what you eat to control your blood sugar.
Nutrition to Support Wound Healing
Did you know that when you’re healing, what you eat can affect how you heal? If you have a wound, like a foot ulcer related to diabetes, a bed sore, or a surgical incision, think of nutrition as your support system. Learn how protein, vitamins and minerals, and calories in food play a role in wound healing and what foods to include in your diet to help your body heal.
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