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“…When it comes to assessing diet adherence among PLWH, it was previously seen in a study that overweighted HIV positive individuals tend to have a higher adherence to Mediterranean diet compared to the rest of the group[ 68 ]. It is hypothesized that due to the moderate risk of CVD and a diagnosis of metabolic syndrome, there is an increased awareness towards a healthier food pattern to avoid further complications[ 68 ]. In that sense, when introducing IF to PLWH we believe that adherence will not be a real problem indeed and PLWH with higher risk factors would be more prone to adhere to the new dietary regimen.…”
Section: Other Dietary Regimens and Hivmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…When it comes to assessing diet adherence among PLWH, it was previously seen in a study that overweighted HIV positive individuals tend to have a higher adherence to Mediterranean diet compared to the rest of the group[ 68 ]. It is hypothesized that due to the moderate risk of CVD and a diagnosis of metabolic syndrome, there is an increased awareness towards a healthier food pattern to avoid further complications[ 68 ]. In that sense, when introducing IF to PLWH we believe that adherence will not be a real problem indeed and PLWH with higher risk factors would be more prone to adhere to the new dietary regimen.…”
Section: Other Dietary Regimens and Hivmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For 1.1 million people with HIV (PWH) in the U.S., adherence to a self-management regimen is essential to maintaining optimal health (Linley et al, 2018). Three core components of an HIV/AIDS self-management regimen are adhering to HIV anti-retroviral therapy (ART) (Bangsberg et al, 2001; Schaecher, 2013,), engaging in regular physical activity (Brien, Tynan, Nixon, & Glazier, 2016; Dirajlal-Fargo et al, 2016; Jaggers & Hand, 2016), and eating a healthy diet (Fields-Gardner et al, 2010; Policarpo, Rodrigues, Moreira, & Valadas, 2017). Despite the importance of these aspects of self-management, adherence to them is often less than optimal for many, resulting in worsening health, an increase in associated symptoms, and an exacerbation of related co-morbid conditions (Bauer, Briss, Goodman, & Bowman, 2014).…”
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