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diet

in Scots practice
1 the date fixed by a court for hearing a case.
2 a single session of a court.

DIET. An assembly held by persons having authority to manage the public affairs of the nation. In Germany, such assemblies are known by this name:

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In recent publications, it is recommended to begin the treatment with the high daily fluid intake and dietary alterations consistent with the metabolic disorders, a low-sodium diet for hypercalciuria, oligopurine diet for hyperoxaluria Bastug et al.
Although adhering to a low-sodium diet can be challenging, it can be incorporated into a balanced diet with some guidance and planning.
A healthy low-fat, low-sodium diet, rich in fresh fruit, particularly dark berry fruits such as blueberries, and cherries, which are rich in bioflavonoids and antioxidants, is also recommended.
Weight loss and regular exercise are staples of treatment, along with a diet rich in fruits and vegetables, a diet low in dairy, fat, and a low-sodium diet.
He's also on a strict, low-sodium diet, so french fries and other teen favorite foods are off limits.
Jenkins tries to maintain a healthy, low-sodium diet and gets more sleep than she used to.
Doctors constantly stress the steps that could prevent heart disease, including lifestyle changes that center exercise and a low-fat, low-cholesterol, low-sodium diet.
Lifestyle modifications (exercise, low-sodium diet, and weight loss) have never been proven as effective methods of blood pressure control because patients rarely succeed at implementing them.
I am not on a low-sodium diet and don't have hypertension.
RESULTS After 5 years, the low-protein, low-sodium diet led to fewer recurrences (20% compared with 38% in the low-calcium group, relative risk 0.
While no one disputes the low-sodium diet for people with high blood pressure, experts bicker when it comes to making recommendations for the public at large.