dietary history

di·e·tar·y his·to·ry

(dīĕ-tar-ē histŏr-ē)
Narration or documentation of any and all food and drink consumed in a set time period.
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She underlined factors affecting diet of diabetic patients such as type of diabetes, complications, medications, blood sugar control, previous medical history, height, weight, age, gender, dietary history, eating patterns and habits, favorite foods, food allergies and physical activity.
She also underlined factors affecting the diet of diabetic patients such as type of diabetes, complications, medications, blood sugar control, previous medical history, height, weight, age, gender, dietary history, eating patterns,favorite foods, food allergies and physical activity.
Elements of a full history, including an allergy-focused family history, [18] clinical history [19,20] and dietary history, can be found in the review in this edition.
Pregnant women should therefore take a multivitamin-multimineral preparation that contains iodine, unless a dietary history indicates that their iodine intake is sufficient.
A second cohort study evaluated the diet, body habitus, and metabolic parameters in 2043 Asian women using the same food frequency questionnaire to obtain dietary history.
If a foot contains sufficient quantities of constituents with no dietary history, toxicological testing may be advised.
Based on the dietary history, participants were divided into two groups as vegetarians and non vegetarians.
This information illustrates a need to obtain an accurate dietary history in cat patients in order to account for dietary influences on renal parameters, especially UN.
Participants also receive a medical and dietary history, including blood tests that accurately identify foods eaten in the last two weeks and any food allergies the person may have.
Many tidbits of American dietary history are presented in amazing detail.
He added: "The Late Neolithic (3000-2500BC) was a unique period in the dietary history of Britain.