exchange list

ex·change list

(ĕks-chānj' list)
A system in which commonly consumed foods are sorted into categories roughly according to their proportions of carbohydrate, protein, and fat. Originally developed for people with diabetes, it is now commonly used for general meal planning.

exchange list

A grouping of foods to assist people on special diets. In each group, foods are listed in serving sizes that are interchangeable with respect to carbohydrates, fats, protein, and calories. The groups are starches and bread; meat; vegetables and fruit; milk; and fats. This approach is esp. useful in managing diets for diabetics. The exchange list concept has also been adapted for use in the My Pyramid eating plan (website: www.mypyramid.gov).
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I have already examined the old Stock Exchange lists, and I can find no one in 1883, either in the house or among the outside brokers, whose initials correspond with these.
This review focuses at highlighting the importance of Food Exchange List in cultural perspective, as an effective dietary tool to help individuals' manage their dietary modifications in relation to non communicable diseases whilst specifying measures that can help improve the quality of Food Exchange Lists for combating various non communicable diseases and addressing adherence related issues to specialized diets.
Out of the 837 papers accessed 57 were identified as relevant to the Food Exchange List, out of which 39 papers were focused to the concept and development of the Food Exchange List.
Under the agreement signed between the two countries in 1988, both countries are bound to exchange list of nuclear installations at the start of new year.
This step is consistent with the provisions of the Consular Access Agreement between Pakistan and India, signed on 21 May 2008, under which both countries are required to exchange lists of prisoners in each other's custody twice a year, on 1 January and 1 July, respectively.
Replying to a question, the official said Pakistan and India are bound to exchange lists of prisoners with each other's custody time to time under an agreement and consular access which was signed between the two countries.
He said under this agreement both the countries are required to exchange lists of prisoners in each other's custody twice a year.
At the same time both the countries also exchange lists of prisoners with each others.
According to the Agreement on Consular Access signed between Pakistan and India on May 21, 2008, the two countries exchange lists of prisoners in each other's custody twice a year, on Jan.
According to the Agreement on Consular Access signed between Pakistan and India on May 21, 2008, both countries are required to exchange lists of prisoners in each other's custody twice a year, on January 1 and July 1, respectively.
It depends on the policy of the nonprofit whether they rent or exchange lists, Simone said, but "if they're pretty savvy about what they're doing," they'll do both.
The agreement was signed between Pakistan and India on 21 May 2008, both countries are required to exchange lists of prisoners in each others custody on 1 January and 1 July every year.

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