Interview Series : Nutrition Therapy for Alcoholism and Substance Abuses

January 04, 2018

Hi Everyone! Before we start for my first Interview-Discussion post, just a Disclaimer:

Some information from this article is directly transcribed to legit resources as concluded to there own researches (please refer to the References after the article). Any view expressed in relation to the topic are my own and do not represent the opinions of any entity whatsoever with which  I have been, am now, or will be affiliated. 

Please consider the topic as based on General Nutrition Therapy Strategies and any action you take upon the information is strictly at your own risk, and I will not be liable for any losses and damages.  

For more personalized and in-dept assessment with you current health situation, please consult a physician first  or directly message me for an individualized nutrition counseling. 

Thank you!

There are only five questions given to me and I responded it in the most possible way that people can understand. I hope that I'll be able to drop down all the technical term and converted it to a layman's term.  

Anyways, Just a quick introduction about the interview, there are three students of one of the prestigious University School, visited our hospital to conduct an interview about their assigned topic which about the Nutrition Therapy for Alcoholism and Substance Abuse. 

It wasn't a well-known topic for nutrition and there are limited resources to begin with. But these are one of the few health problems we currently dealing with here in the Philippines, but we neglect to discuss the implementation of the solution. (or maybe not?). 

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But Our President is very vocal about his stand about Drug Users and he has his own platform to wave them out but for those who "survive" we might as well take a step to resolve the problem through rehabilitation (I know its being done now) and the inclusion of nutrition therapy during those phase of recovery. 

Please refer to the Document below for the Question and Answer of the Interview. 

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Rehabilitation and complete recovery for an addiction will only happen with the "Will" of the person and with the continuous support of the Relatives, Friends and the whole Health Professional team. Moving as "ONE" can resolve everything.

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Let's all discuss something more by give me your stand and opinion about the topic. and if you happen to like this post and please do share the post through social medias. Thank you for reading!

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