Rheuma und Ernährung

@article{Michalsen2018RheumaUE,
  title={Rheuma und Ern{\"a}hrung},
  author={Andreas Michalsen},
  journal={Arthritis und Rheuma},
  year={2018}
}
  • A. Michalsen
  • Published 1 October 2018
  • Medicine
  • Arthritis und Rheuma
Viele Patienten mit rheumatischen Erkrankungen fragen nach den Möglichkeiten, ihre Erkrankung über die Ernährung zu beeinflussen. In Erhebungen und epidemiologischen Studien werden immer wieder Ernährungsfaktoren beschrieben, die mit dem Auftreten rheumatischer Erkrankungen bzw. von Schüben verbunden sind, allerdings kann kein einheitliches Ernährungsmuster beschrieben werden. Wie allgemein im nichtpharmakologischen Therapiebereich stehen nur in begrenztem Umfang Daten aus randomisierten… 

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