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If you have
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), you may
have little appetite or feel too tired to prepare and eat meals. But
eating regularly and eating healthy foods is important because food:
You can take simple steps to be sure you eat healthy foods
on a regular basis. But because people with COPD often have other health
problems that may restrict the foods they can eat, always talk with your doctor or a
registered dietitian before making changes in your
People with COPD often
have trouble preparing foods and eating. The following tips can make eating
easier and help you get necessary nutrition. But if you have other health
problems that may restrict the foods you can eat, talk with your doctor or a registered dietitian before making changes in your
Current as of:
March 12, 2014
E. Gregory Thompson, MD - Internal Medicine & Ken Y. Yoneda, MD - Pulmonology
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