Related to Dietist: deist


n.1.One skilled in dietetics.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The total energy intake, amount of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, sucrose, and meal frequency was calculated for each infant by using Dietist XP, version 3.1 (Kost och Naringsdata, Stockholm 2010), which includes the Swedish National Food Database from the National Food Administration and food tables from food companies.
Evaluations and counseling by a physician, a nutritionist or a dietist, a psychologist, a physical activity trainer, lab and X-ray exams should also be added to the drug costs.
In effect, instead of being measured against a male standard and found wanting, the experience of these women dietists and physiotherapists could serve to develop a new framework of analysis which, I suspect, could be enormously illuminating in our thinking about the health professions in general.