Dietary

  • (noun): A regulated daily food allowance.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on dietary:

Colon Cleansing
... hydrotherapy (also called a colonic or colonic irrigation) or oral cleansing regimens, such as dietary supplements ... Oral cleaning regimes use dietary fiber, herbs, dietary supplements, or laxatives ...
Dietary Management
... Dietary management, also known as “foodservice management”, is the practice of providing nutritional options for individuals and groups with diet concerns through supervision of foodservices ... Practitioners in dietary management, known as dietary managers, work in hospitals, long-term care facilities, restaurants, school and college cafeterias, correctional ... the work of other nutrition personnel such as cooks and dietary aides ...
Chronic Endothelial Injury Hypothesis - Criticism of The AHA Guidelines: The “Cholesterol Skeptics”
... Critics of the AHA dietary guidelines point out that incidence of CHD in the US increased markedly during a 60 year period beginning in 1910 ... They stress benefits of dietary SFA, citing presence of natural antioxidants in animal fats, while encouraging people to avoid foods containing processed vegetable ... They focus on deleterious effect of dietary PUFA, often mentioning two factors (1) the vulnerability of PUFA to oxidation and the formation of free radicals, and (2) the high ratio ...
Alpha-Cyclodextrin
... Alpha-cyclodextrin is a natural, soluble dietary fiber ... Although many dietary fibers appear to bind fat on a 11 ratio alpha-cyclodextrin is the only one that binds on a 19 (fiberfat) ratio ... If the lipase activity is decreased then the dietary triglyceride passes through to the large bowel without being absorbed ...
Cromium - Biological Role
... Although no biological role for chromium has ever been demonstrated, dietary supplements for chromium include chromium(III) picolinate, chromium(III) polynicotinate, and related materials ... The use of chromium-containing dietary supplements is controversial, owing to the absence of any verified biological role, the expense of these supplements, and the complex effects of their use ... The popular dietary supplement chromium picolinate complex generates chromosome damage in hamster cells (due to the picolinate ligand) ...

More definitions of "dietary":

  • (adj): Of or relating to the diet.
    Example: "Dietary restrictions"
    Synonyms: dietetic, dietetical