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6th Edition of International Conference on

Traditional Medicine, Ethnomedicine and Natural Therapies

June 20-22, 2024 | Paris, France

Traditional Medicine 2024

Maria Penchyna

Speaker at Traditional Medicine, Ethnomedicine and Natural Therapies 2024 - Maria Penchyna
Technological Institute and Higher Studies of Monterrey, Mexico
Title : HIV positive pregnancy and nutrition


If an HIV-positive woman becomes pregnant, certain complementary nutritional considerations must be justified, since pregnant women with HIV have greater needs to promote a healthy outcome. This review aims to provide information on HIV and pregnancy, nutrition, and infection, and how care and environment can be improved for these HIV positive women.

Audience Take Away Notes:

  • In the nutrition field you would be able to identify this health problem.
  • To get more information about this topic that is not very common.
  • In terms of clinical nutrition, you could expand more about this topic and transmit this learning.
  • Women with HIV have good nutrition, based on the permitted dietary recommendations to obtain a stable state of health that helps to have a strong immune system and maintain a healthy weight, along with anti-disease medications disease.


Maria Penchyna received a degree in Nutrition and Integral Well-being at the Technological Institute and Higher Studies of Monterrey in Mexico, later on she worked for a year for the same university as a sports nutritionist and is currently a Project Support Coordinator at the PPD and Thermo Fisher company, has various certifications such as ISAK 1 standardized by the international society for the advancement of kinanthropometry and completed a diploma from Stanford University in Nutrition Sciences focused on children and the elderly population. Has published the article: Nutritional Medical Treatment in patients with COVID-19 for the scientific magazine MLS journals in the Health and Nutrition Research edition.