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dietetics

 [di″ĕ-tet´iks]
the science of diet and nutrition.

di·e·tet·ics

(dī'ĕ-tet'iks),
The practical application of diet in the prophylaxis and treatment of disease.

dietetics

/di·e·tet·ics/ (-iks) the science of diet and nutrition.

dietetics

(dī′ĭ-tĕt′ĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The study of nutrition as it relates to health. Also called sitology.

dietetics

[dī′itet′iks]
the science of applying nutritional principles to the planning and preparation of foods and regulation of the diet in relation to both health and disease.

di·e·tet·ics

(dī'ĕ-tet'iks)
The practical application of diet in the prophylaxis and treatment of disease.

dietetics

The science of the principles of nutrition and their application in the pursuit of health. Dietetics includes the scientific selection of meals for people with digestive, metabolic and malnutritional disorders.

dietetics

the interpretation and application of scientific principles of nutrition to feeding in health and disease.

di·e·tet·ics

(dī'ĕ-tet'iks)
Practical application of diet in prophylaxis and treatment of disease.

dietetics,

n the science of applying nutritional principles to the planning and preparation of foods and the regulation of the diet in relation to both health and disease.

dietetics

the science of diet and nutrition.
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On her return to Australia in 1952 Dr Woodhill worked at the Royal Newcastle Hospital setting up dietetic training programmes, and 10 years later took up a research position with the Department of Medicine at the University of NSW, later to chair a new Division of Nutrition and Dietetics in 1970 until her retirement in 1977.
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