rice diet

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rice di·et

a diet of rice, fruit, and sugar, plus vitamin and iron supplements, devised by Kempner to treat hypertension. In 2,000 calories, the diet contains 5 g or less of fat, about 20 g of protein, and not more than 150 mg of sodium.
Synonym(s): Kempner diet
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rice diet

A high-carbohydrate, high-fibre, low-fat, low-sodium diet formulated in the 1940s by German-American physician W Kempner, consisting of unsalted rice, fruit, and limited amounts of fruit juices, tea, decaffeinated coffee and sugar. The diet was provided as part of a residential program which, coupled with exercise (walking, swimming), was used to manage cardiovascular disease, such as angina, congestive heart failure, high cholesterol, diabetes, hypertension, renal failure, obesity and vascular retinopathy.
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rice di·et

(rīs dīĕt)
Regimen of rice, fruit, and sugar, plus vitamin and iron supplements, used to treat hypertension.
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Q. hey how about having brown rice in place of white or boiled rice…….?

A. Brown rice is a good carb, plus I personally think it tastes delicious.

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