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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.
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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:

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The renal dietitian will perform a complete nutrition assessment that includes: a review of the individual's medical, surgical, and diet histories, blood tests, and medications.
Certified Registered Dietitians must graduate from an accredited institution.
Dietitians agree that hot school lunches are still best.
Nearly 57 percent listed 'losing weight' as the most common goal among patients reported by their dietitians.
The recent report on the Global Dietitian Software Market published by Wise Guy Reports (WGR) assessed the potential of the said market.
Dietitians at The Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Hospital Trust (SaTH), which runs the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital (RSH) and the Princess Royal Hospital in Telford (PRH), assess, diagnose and treat dietary and nutritional problems at an individual and wider public-health level.
She declared that heart disease, cancer, diabetes, food intolerance and reflux as well as obesity are common medical problems that dietitians help to treat with foods.
Dietitians lead the program with support from store pharmacists, who meet briefly with each class by the pharmacy or meeting room.
Citing "several educated assumptions" from her organization's Health and Wellness Council, Susan Borra, chief wellness officer at the Arlington, Va.-based Food Marketing Institute (FMI), executive director of the FMI Foundation and a registered dietitian (RD) herself, affirms that "consumer values around health and wellness will continue to grow in importance and continue to be a key purchase driver.
Dietitian respondents believed community/public health to be a more appropriate sector for the effective delivery of PE nutrition interventions compared with clinical practice (Table 2).