6 Recommendations About Eating Well with Scleroderma

According to the Scleroderma Foundation, what we eat ends up affecting our body and our health in many ways.  Fruits and vegetables are beneficial foods since they provide our bodies with energy and essential nutrients. On the other hand, processed junk foods are devoid of nutrients and when consumed in large quantities can potentially be harmful to our bodies regardless of our age or current health. We’ve listed some general recommendations on how to organize your meals and what to eat to improve your health.

1. Eat less, more frequently

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Aim to eat small meals every three to four hours. However, if you are carrying an excessive amount of weight or can only eat small amounts at a time, try to eat even smaller meals every two hours to maximize nutrient intake.

Did you know that systemic sclerosis patients are likely to develop micronutrient deficiencies?

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