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Hospital diets in Denmark. Recommended dietary standards of the Hygiene Committee of the Medical Association



Hospital diets in Denmark. Recommended dietary standards of the Hygiene Committee of the Medical Association



Ugeskrift for Laeger 143(42): 27630-2762



For hospital patients in Denmark the diet recommended is composed of protein, fats and carbohydrates in the proportion 18:32:50. The protein content may vary between 15 and 20%, but the fat content should not exceed 37%; the carbohydrate range is 45 to 55% of the total intake. The protein intake recommended is 50% higher than the mean for a healthy subject (about 12% of the total intake). The fat intake recommended for hospital patients is lower than for the population generally.

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