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dietetic

 [di″ĕ-tet´ik]
pertaining to diet or proper food.

di·e·tet·ic

(dī'ĕ-tet'ik),
1. Relating to the diet.
2. Descriptive of food that, naturally or through processing, has a low caloric content.

dietetic

/di·e·tet·ic/ (di″ah-tet´ik) pertaining to diet or proper food.

dietetic

(dī′ĭ-tĕt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to diet or its regulation.
2. Specially prepared or processed for restrictive diets.

di′e·tet′i·cal·ly adv.

dietetic

See diet.

di·e·tet·ic

(dī'ĕ-tet'ik)
1. Relating to diet.
2. Descriptive of food that, naturally or through processing, has a low caloric content.

dietetic

Pertaining to diet.

di·e·tet·ic

(dī'ĕ-tet'ik)
1. Relating to diet.
2. Descriptive of food that, naturally or through processing, has a low caloric content.

dietetic

pertaining to diet or proper food.

dietetic microangiopathy
occurs in pigs on diets deficient in selenium and vitamin E.
dietetic scours
see dietary diarrhea.
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The program and toolkit also incorporates American Dietetic Association resources that outline regulations, guidelines and descriptions of CMS approved Current Procedural Terminology codes for MNT services.
The purpose of dietetic education and training is to prepare students for the challenges of practice, but professional education is also an opportunity for students to develop a sense of occupational identity.
Ten of these hospitals were defined as major teaching hospitals, based on the criteria of the hospital employing at least three effective full-time dietetic staff and having specialist units such as renal, gastroenterology and intensive care.
Judy Sheeshka, presidente elue du conseil d'administration, s'est jointe a Marsha Sharp, directrice generale, notre representante officielle a l'International Confederation of Dietetic Associations (ICDA), pour la reunion des membres qui s'est deroulee avant le Congres international de dietetique en septembre.
There were about 26,420 dietetic technicians employed nationwide in May 2013, according to the U.
An anchor (Council and Dietetic Board) is urgently needed to set the standards and guidelines and stream lining of the profession as well as the professionals' from curriculum to practice.
With a master's degree in Nutrition Education from Chicago Medical School and a bachelor's degree in Dietetics from Madonna University in Michigan, Daly has been a registered dietitian since 1999.
As a preceptor for the Baylor University Medical Center Dietetic Internship program, each year I provide a lecture during fall orientation on oral health, nutrition and the implication to practice as a licensed dietitian.
Source: The American Dietetic Association, June 2, 2011
DIETETIC TECHNICIANS MAY WORK INDEPENDENTLY OR IN TEAMS WITH REGISTERED DIETICIANS in the provision of food service and nutritional programs.
It will be published six rimes a month for an initial circulation of 11,000 primary caregivers who treat patients in pediatric nutrition, including registered dieticians, dietetic technicians and select members of the American Dietetic Association.
The Grocery Manufacturers Association this week received the American Dietetic Association Foundation 2008 Corporate Award for its contribution and commitment to support the mission and vision of the foundation and for its role in promoting healthy lifestyles for schoolchildren and their families.