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CMS Education Articles — Nutritional shakes

Infusion Feeding : What am I missing?

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Infusion Feeding : What am I missing?

By Omar Moulay, MD   You know the basics of infusion feeding: The liquid or liquified solute (containing nutrients), Is administered over some period of the day or night ; Continuous, 24h all day, Intermittent, more natural, bolus, per need, or Cyclic, more practical, same time, same hour each day or each night Through the digestive tube (Enteral feeding) or through the veins (Parenteral feeding).       It can be useful when... -the natural digestive access (ie: conscious control over mouth opening, chewing, swallowing, progression all away to the stomach, then through the Intestines), -or digestive function (ie: processing...

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I'm Starting a Very Low Calorie Diet….Am I mad ?Or am I ?

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I'm Starting a Very Low Calorie Diet….Am I mad ?Or am I ?

By Omar MOULAY, MD   Let's start with the public general consensus that we were all taught at one point which is a "one-size-fits-all" guide:   “On average, women should have around 2,000 calories a day (8,400 kilojoules) and men should have around 2,500 calories a day (10,500 kilojoules). Most adults consume more calories than they need”.   Hah… What a joke! The sad part about this statement is that this is still common practice. If we have narrow minds and just do as we are told, following this dietary recommendation will likely result in stacking on the pounds.  ...

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