dietetics

[ UK /da‍ɪ‍ətˈɛtɪks/ ]
NOUN
  1. the scientific study of food preparation and intake
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  • The Wellness Centre, which delivers aromatherapy, pranic healing, dietetics and Ayurveda to enhance allopathic services at the hospital, will shortly augment its alternative medicine packages.
  • Now sports science has lots of branches to it these days, from physiology to biomechanics, dietetics to psychology.
  • Doctor Banting, of England, the father of latter-day dietetics from whose name in commemoration of his services to mankind we derive the verb intransitive "to bant," had theories wherein his chief contemporaneous One Third Off
  • With the downsizing of hospitals, I was less certain about a future in clinical dietetics.
  • It also provides accelerated courses for graduates wishing to pursue careers such as nursing, radiography, physiotherapy, dietetics and dentistry. Times, Sunday Times
  • The need for those experienced in dietetics as well as in medicine was immediately indicated and at that point Dr. McCreary -- an authority of international repute in dietetics -- was sent forward to survey the situation, to report and (more important) to act, so that those suffering humans might secure the maximum in hunger relief and medical attention with a minimum loss of time. The Condition of Civilians in Western Europe at the Conclusion of the German Occupation
  • Research offers an exciting future for dietetics, as there are many practice-based questions to explore.
  • Disclaimer: This suggestion is coming from a person who does not have a background in dietetics or exercise science. Peace Corps Bulgaria: Greetings from Peace Corps Greece
  • If the dietetics were appreciated but slowly, the social value of the coffee-house and the gymnasium, which were in the same building, were quickly demonstrated. Twenty Years at Hull-House, With Autobiographical Notes
  • Sarah Bolton, an Auburn University junior majoring in nutrition and dietetics and Spanish, won the 2010 Civic Literacy YouTube video contest, with her video on world hunger. Literacy News – 892th Edition « News « Literacy News
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