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The use of food supplements - drinks and concentrated foods in tablets made of plants - in sanatory and health resort rehabilitation of patients with chronic pathology


, : The use of food supplements - drinks and concentrated foods in tablets made of plants - in sanatory and health resort rehabilitation of patients with chronic pathology. Voprosy Pitaniya 73(2): 15-17

The effectiveness of a recovery complex optimization in conditions of the sanatorium-resort rehabilitation of patients with chronic pathology by provision of the dietotherapy ration balance on nutrients, the use of natural (of the plant raw material cryopowders in the form of teas and tableted forms) and the "Centrum" synthetic vitamin-mineral complexes, probiotics was substantiated and demonstrated.

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