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 hopes the teen's case will serve as a cautionary tale, leading to widespread inclusion of dietary history in routine clinical examinations.
The team recommends dietary history should be part of any routine clinical examination like asking about smoking and alcohol intake.
Dietary history is assessed by giving direct questionnaire to patients in the ward.
His dietary history was positive for unbalanced nutrition (yogurt soup, chocolate, and wheat bread).
A careful social and dietary history, proper clinical examination and a strong clinical suspicion is needed to prevent missing the diagnosis of this disease.
A careful dietary history should be taken, focusing particularly on alcohol intake, fat consumption and refined carbohydrate intake.
Furthermore, close monitoring of the nutritional status including vitamin levels and a complete dietary history with relevant laboratory studies, would more accurately reflect the nutritional status and overall health of this high risk population.
Dietary history revealed that he was drinking king coconut water 2-4 servings almost every day for past one week.
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.
We must remember to consider nutritional causes on our differential diagnosis for new onset heart failure in patients with a dietary history suggestive of significantly decreased oral intake.