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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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Ensuring die diet is high in magnesium rich foods such as leafy greens, fish, nuts, and avocados (28), as well as considering a magnesium supplement if the RDA is not achieved (27), may be helpful for athletes beginning a ketogenic diet. This is especially a concern in those who experience magnesium deficiency symptoms such as muscle twitching and muscle spasms.
The Ketogenic diet has been part of medical practice for over 95 years for the dietary management of difficult to control seizures.
While they acknowledge ketones may have other health benefits, the researchers suggest the potential of the ketogenic diet as treatment for some epilepsy patients future research may focus on deconoic acid.
"Based on our experience, clinicians could consider offering ketogenic diet earlier to infants diagnosed with genetic epilepsy, perhaps even before it becomes clear that the patient is not responding to anticonvulsant medication," said Millichap.
The findings suggest that a ketogenic diet, which would drive ketone body production in the intestine, might be helpful for repairing damage to the intestinal lining, which can occur in cancer patients receiving radiation or chemotherapy treatments, Yilmaz says.
How it works: The ketogenic diet tries to force the body into using a different type of fuel known as ketone bodies, which are a type of fuel produced by the liver from fat stores.
Learn more about the ketogenic diet from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
(17-19) Foods made from simple carbohydrates (refined sugars, white flour, white rice), which are not allowed on a ketogenic diet or an all-meat diet, are digested quickly and release immediate bursts of glucose (energy) into the bloodstream, which might make an individual feel very energetic for a very short period time, but then he or she will likely experience the infamous "sugar crash" a short time later as the glucose is quickly burned away.
The home-produced VCO is a recognized source of beneficial fatty acid metabolized in the liver as ketones in ketogenic diets. In the PMU clinical trial, the target is for ketogenic diet to achieve the so-called 'Warburg effect,' where cancer cells are prevented from using glycolysis in order to produce the organic chemical ATP (Adenosine triphosphate) needed in the multiplication of cancer cells.
While the pathophysiology remains unknown, the rash most often is reported in association with ketogenic diets.1 Despite occurring in only a fraction of patients on the ketogenic diet, the characteristic presentation has led to the alternative name of the "keto rash" in online nutritional forums and blogs.
Questions have been raised about the ketogenic diet as women claim it is causing an 'unpleasant odour' to come from their gentials.
While this may seem anywhere from crazy to counterproductive to some, followers of the ketogenic diet have been supporting this claim for almost 100 years.