Diet and Nutrition FAQs
Advice on how to help a patient with chronic conditions like diabetes and heart disease make dietary changes for the better.
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- How can I get my father to eat healthier?
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- What kind of diet will best help me battle colon cancer?
- Can Someone With Mildly Elevated LDL Cholesterol Use Diet to Avoid Statins?
- Can Someone Who's Prediabetic Make Dietary Changes to Avoid Full-Blown Diabetes?
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- What can I cook for my diabetic husband?
- How can I get my father with diabetes to eat appropriately?
- What's carbohydrate counting and should my dad do it?
- What should diabetics cut out of eating and should they avoid carbohydrates?
- What can I do with my diet to increase my red blood count?
- How can I help my mother lose weight?
- Will vitamins help boost a low white blood count?
- What's the best diet for my diabetic father?