Nutrition and Dietetics in Gastroenterology

Nutrition is the study of dietary nutrients, supplement use by the body, and the relationship between nutrition, health, and illness. Nutrition has shifted its attention to metabolism and metabolic pathways, which describe how chemicals in the body are altered from one structure to the next. Nutrition also focuses on how a nutritious diet may prevent or lessen illnesses, ailments, and concerns. A very low-calorie diet is a carefully controlled eating habit plan that comprises consuming 800 calories or fewer per day to prevent gastrointestinal issues. Normal gut contractions carry food along the digestive system from the mouth hole to the rectum and promote nutritional supplement absorption. Peristalstic compressions occur when the gut's muscular layers and the nerves placed in them work together in unison. Abnormalities in various organ systems, such as the central nervous system, mitochondrial illnesses, muscular dystrophies, and others, can cause gut motility problems. The components of the parasympathetic, cognitive, and enteric divisions of the gastrointestinal system are better understood with neurogastroenterology.

 

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