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If you're living with HIV and Aids, a healthy, balanced diet will help you remain well for longer.
If you feel ill, have diarrhoea, a sore mouth, or have no appetite due to infections or medication, eat as well as possible, and eat extra when you're feeling better to regain any weight that you may have lost. Eating well will also keep your muscles strong, and help your immune system fight infections.
For healthy eating:
As your immune system is under stress, it is especially important to avoid food-borne infections by making sure that your food is fresh, and that all chicken, eggs, meat and fish are cooked properly. Also wash your hands after going to the toilet, blowing your nose and before eating.