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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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And now a doctor has revealed that people don't need to sign up to a gym as a balanced diet of plenty of vegetables, fish, dairy and healthy fats can do wonders for their waistline, reports Daily Express.
Dr Santosh Kumar said prevention was better than cure, so people should adopt healthy lifestyle in terms of exercise and balanced diet.
Together with a balanced diet, it's also important to opt for complete nutritional supplements that enhance the way your body functions and recovers from any risks you may experience, especially as you age.
It doesn't matter how good your shampoo or your conditioner is, if you're not putting it into your body - lots of water or a balanced diet - then nothing will happen.
Among the many books and articles I found only one book which gives at least in grams all the food items required for making up a balanced diet for various categories of people based on sex, age and work.
Wafaa Ayesh, Director of Clinical Nutrition at the DHA said that the campaign focuses on providing advice and guidance on the importance of a balanced diet and what constitutes a healthy diet.
A balanced diet is important for people with diabetes and other diseases who are fasting.
It encourages pupils to have the chance of a balanced diet throughout the school week, whilst also saving parents money in difficult financial times.
Linda Wood, regional manager for Diabetes UK Northern and Yorkshire, pictured, said: "Christmas is a time of good festive cheer and we certainly don't want people to deprive themselves and hamper the fun, but it is important for people to enjoy the festive treats as part of a healthy, balanced diet with plenty of fruit and vegetables.
Prisons Minister Crispin Blunt has spoken of the importance of a varied diet for prisoners, telling MPs: "Providing prisoners with the opportunity to choose a healthy, nutritionally balanced diet is important because prisoners can be in custody for long periods and are largely dependent on prison food.
3 million people eat pork everyday and they are increasingly doing so as part of a healthy, balanced diet.
If you're eating a balanced diet you're probably getting enough protein.