What does it have to do with my nutrition and diet?
- What you eat can influence a condition that you may already have.
- It is important to consider these existing conditions when making changes to your diet to help manage the symptoms of COVID-19.
The British Dietetic Association Critical Care Specialist group provides eating recommendations after critical illness – Nutrition at Home after Critical Illness [PDF]. This can be useful for:
- tips to lose weight
- ideas for recipes for heart problems, diabetes or healthy diets.
The Malnutrition Pathway's Managing Adult Malnutrition online resource offers tips for people with:
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- lung cancer
Other tips may be applicable if you scored yourself in the Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool (MUST) tool:
- A freelance dietitian provides an article on histamine intolerance and long Covid [PDF].
The Swansea Bay University Health Board has a Covid and Long Covid recovery – therapy information pack which provides ideas for:
- weight loss
- moving and exercise.
Heart Matters provides a 5 steps to sustainable weight loss online resource.
You can watch a talk by a Professor of Nutritional Immunology, who addresses the question: 'Is there an anti-inflammatory diet?'.