Course of living or nourishment; what is eaten and drunk habitually; food; victuals; fare.
A course of food selected with reference to a particular state of health; prescribed allowance of food; regimen prescribed.
To cause to take food; to feed.
To cause to eat and drink sparingly, or by prescribed rules; to regulate medicinally the food of.
To eat; to take one's meals.
To eat according to prescribed rules; to ear sparingly; as, the doctor says he must diet.
The total food consumed by an individual. A therapeutic diet is a prescription of required or restricted foods.
Feed ingredients or mixture of ingredients (including water) that are consumed by animals.
The food and beverages a person eats and drinks.
The food you eat, including both liquids and solids.
Another word for the cube of food the insect feeds on.
The combination of foods eaten by an animal.
Food and drink regularly consumed by a person, often according to specific guidelines to improve physical condition.
Diet can refer to 1.) What you eat, 2.)The nutritive quality of what you eat, or 3.) An eating plan followed in an effort to lose, gain or maintain weight.
An organized plan of eating to lose weight.
The regulated eating plan which promote weight loss.
It is very difficult to have complete control of your or your familyâ€(tm)s sugar intake, but you can aim to follow a few simple guidelines. For example, eating three healthy meals a day may help to reduce a tendency to snack on sugary foods. It is important to keep consumption of carbonated sweetened drinks to a minimum, and to limit confectionery to mealtimes, or just to one day a week. Try to drink water and to finish meals with cheese rather than puddings.
The Iron Age diet was very healthy, and consisted mainly of boiled meat, fresh bread, and seasonal vegetables. The main drinks were water and beer.
The foods a person usually eats; food considered in terms of its qualities, composition and effect on health.
The food that a person or animal usually consumes.
the food and drink a person or animal consumes in their normal life. Also refers to an eating plan for medical reasons or as a measure to promote weight loss
The kind of food eaten by any animal to maintain or improve its state of health.
types and quantities of foods consumed over time; as used in Nutrinet does not refer to a reduced-calorie plan, or a restricted or limited food plan.
a prescribed selection of foods
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)
eat sparingly, for health reasons or to lose weight
a combination of a balanced selection of foods designed for medical or nutritional reasons
a combination of foods and liquids that provide the necessary nutrients for the body
a good step towards a heart healthy lifestyle
a lifelong thing and if you don't want to gain your weight back you will have to watch what you eat and exercise regularly all the days of your life
a list of foods you choose and a philosophy a set of coherent reasons for making those choices
a plan, generally hopeless, for reducing your weight, which tests your will power but does little for your waistline
a plan or strategy for eating with certain foods included and eliminated
a selection of food that makes other people lose weight
a special eating regime
a specific eating plan based upon a measured intake of calories, proteins, carbs, salts and sugars
a struggle, but eating five/six good small meals a day will not leave you hungry and you will lose the weight gradually
a temporary way of eating that gets you to a certain weight, at which time you go back to your old way of eating
a way of controlling the intake of food, of monitoring and policing daily life with a list of elicit food and drink that we are not allowed to eat
a weight loss name suppresses appetite
The types and amounts of food an individual typically consumes.
The food we eat everyday. Diet does not mean a slimming diet which is meant to make people lose weight. There are many diets, but the most important diet is a balanced diet. A balanced diet means we eat the right amount of the right foods.
What an animal eats for food.
the food and drink a person regularly eats on a daily basis. A specific diet may have a specific requirement eg. gluten free, low cholesterol, low kilojoules
Refers to the food an individual consumes. Also a special or limited selection of food and drink, chosen or prescribed for health or to gain or lose weight.
What you eat every day.
The things you eat and drink, both liquids and solids.
The foods that a person eats most frequently; (b) food considered in terms of its qualities and effects on health; (c) a particular selection of food, usually prescribed to cure a disease or to gain or lose weight.
The food and drink a person or animal consumes in their normal life, and a regulated eating plan for medical reasons or as a measure to promote weight loss.
A selected assortment of foods designed for a specific purpose
the food and drink regularly consumed
1) - the food a cat eats 2) - feeding a low energy food to reduce a cat's weight
The usual food and drink of a person or animal.
Food and drink regularly consumed for nourishment.
Something which ends up very limited when you remove all the foods that do (or might) cause an adverse reaction.
A change in behavior, food intake, exercise, or a combination of them which result in a change in habits with the goal of making one's body more healthy.
Food eaten to maintain or promote healthy living.
The things a person eats and drinks.
Regular course of eating and drinking adopted by a person or animal. This does not include diet therapy which is a specific diet prescribed in the treatment of a disease.
The kind and amount of food routinely provided and consumed.
What a person eats and drinks. Any type of eating plan.
The mix of foods and drink that a person normally consumes. A limited list of food and drink that a person is allowed for medical reasons or if he wants to lose, gain or maintain weight.
In nutrition, the diet is the sum of food consumed by a person or other organism. Dietary habits are the habitual decisions an individual or culture makes when choosing what foods to eat. Although humans are omnivores, each culture holds some food preferences and some food taboos.