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The work of a primary health care dietitian. Results of two years of individual dietary counselling of patients with obesity, type II diabetes and hyperlipoproteinaemia

The work of a primary health care dietitian. Results of two years of individual dietary counselling of patients with obesity, type II diabetes and hyperlipoproteinaemia

Naringsforskning 31(3): 93-98

Mean body weight reduction of obese out-patients was 9%, or 8.0 kg, after 2 years and 67% still remained in treatment programme. In diabetics with fasting blood glucose initially exceeding 10 mmol/litre blood glucose and haemoglobin A1 decreased by 25 and 24%, but mean glucose value for whole group did not change significantly.

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