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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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The prudent diet of low fat, high fiber, moderate fish and a high content of fruits and vegetables warrants more accolades for heart healthy practices.
Becker teaches his pupils to develop analytical skills that will help them make prudent diet and health choices.
In contrast, there was no association between the prudent diet and risk of cancer recurrence or cancer mortality.
15) The Lyon Diet Heart Study demonstrated the superiority of advice targeting a Mediterranean-style cuisine over advice to follow a prudent diet, (16) with recognition that beneficial changes can be made to usual diets and proven to be lasting (in this case, at four-year follow up).
Macadamia nuts, when included in a prudent diet, can decrease low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol ("bad" cholesterol) levels, and they should be included among nuts with qualified health claims.
Many risk factors could be markedly improved by a more prudent diet and a generally healthier lifestyle.
The study's authors concluded that drinking black tea, and following a prudent diet moderately low in fat, cholesterol and saturated fatty acids, reduce total and LDL cholesterol by significant amounts and may also reduce the risk of CHD.
The study's authors concluded that drinking black tea--along with following a prudent diet moderately low in fat, cholesterol, and saturated fatty acids--reduces total and LDL cholesterol by significant amounts and may, therefore, reduce the risk of CHD.