a regulated daily food allowance
dietary, dietetic, dietetical(adj)
of or relating to the diet
Of, or relating to diet
pertaining to diet, or to the rules of diet
a rule of diet; a fixed allowance of food, as in workhouse, prison, etc
The numerical value of dietary in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of dietary in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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Some people may be more susceptible to dietary fat than others, the data indicates that there may be a genetic component to dietary fat that is highlighted in the obese.
On average, intakes of dietary fiber in the U.S. and other economically developed countries are much lower than recommended goals – in the U.S., about half of what is advised.
I don't think there has ever been a head-to-head comparison of an anti-inflammatory dietary pattern versus the use of drugs, food is medicine, but it is hard to compare medicine that is created in a lab with something that is grown in the ground to determine what is going to be beneficial.
It's the eradication -- you can almost use that word -- of this substance within a relative short period of time -- a few years, it was expected, but the extent is quite surprising. And remember, this was not a drug. This was an over-the-counter dietary supplement. There's been very few studies looking at the effect of an FDA ban on dietary supplements.
From clinical practice I know that mothers/parents do not just want the dietary advice we give, but also the emotional support and that 'person on my side', but I had no study that I could refer to, a dietitian can help parents with advice on food avoidance, information on suitable foods, lifestyle advice, bringing normality into their lives and provide some emotional support.
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