challenge diet

chal·lenge di·et

a diet in which one or more specific substances are included for the purpose of determining whether an abnormal reaction occurs.

chal·lenge di·et

(chal'ĕnj dī'ĕt)
A diet in which one or more specific substances are included for the purpose of determining whether an abnormal reaction occurs.

chal·lenge di·et

(chal'ĕnj dī'ĕt)
A diet in which one or more specific substances are included for the purpose of determining whether an abnormal reaction occurs.
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Although an elimination challenge diet has not been tested (to my knowledge) as a therapy for CP/CPPS, Mark W.
The statistical model included the effects of LPS challenge diet, and their interactions.
Erdman favors a food intolerance or elimination challenge diet.
Patients shouldn't begin an elimination challenge diet until they start taking nutritional supplements and begin relaxation techniques, since the diet often is an added source of stress, he said.
When those patients who did not convert on a 20%-24% diet were put on a 10-day challenge diet of 10% fat, another one-third (17% of all of those with pattern A) converted to a pattern B profile (Am.
The volunteers were tested on two separate dietary regimens with each of the three FOBTs: after being placed on a low heme/low plant peroxidase diet (diet A) and after a low heme/high plant peroxidase challenge diet (diet B).
In addition, significantly more subjects tested positive with the HHO test at each time point on the high plant peroxidase challenge diet than with the HO or HOS tests (24-h difference, 19.
In each challenge experiment, conducted exactly like the initial retention time experiments, we switched the bird from its acclimation diet to its challenge diet 2 h before measurements began.