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Synonyms for diet

the usual food and drink consumed by an organism (person or animal)

the act of restricting your food intake (or your intake of particular foods)

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follow a regimen or a diet, as for health reasons

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eat sparingly, for health reasons or to lose weight

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Lower prudent diet scores in men were associated with lower diet knowledge (Model 4 in Table 2).
Findings of this study are consistent with previous results that consumption of a prudent diet is protective against the development of heart disease
Therefore, the prudent diet restricts the number of eggs to a maximum of three to four per week.
There's good reason to believe that a prudent diet is beneficial for heart disease, and it may help for cancer.
He argues that although the bread usually contains shortening or lard, it is made of wholesome ingredients and can fit into a prudent diet, especially if it is consumed in the traditional Mexican way.
All participants knew of their hypercholesterolemia before starting the study, and many had already been following a self-developed prudent diet.
What is the prudent diet that the American Heart Association promotes?
And somebody like Jim Fixx, the runner, died at 52 of a heart attack and he had a very prudent diet and was in good shape.
The combination of a prudent diet and consumption of products containing the recommended amount of Reducol(TM) may help consumers lower their cholesterol by up to 24%.
A study in urban population in Karachi reported that the prudent diet (comprised of eggs fish vegetables fruits) have a protective effect towards the development of hyperhomocysteinemia.
Furthermore, emphasis in the school curriculum must be placed on the health benefits of physical activity and a prudent diet.
Conventional medicine limits prevention to following a prudent diet, exercise, smoking cessation, sleep hygiene, learning relaxation, moderation of alcohol consumption, application of sunscreen, daily aspirin, and frequent medical screening.
People who were healthiest tended to be those who ate a prudent diet and did not consume diet beverages.
Half the group followed a Mediterranean diet while the other half followed a prudent diet.