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Four therapeutic diets: Adherence and acceptability.

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I need help in finding a recently to published nursing or nutrition research article on any topic and answer the following questions:

What did the researchers study? Why is this research question important?

What did the study find?

What do the results mean?

What are the weak points, or study limitations to consider?

You are a nursing professional, and one of your clients approaches you with a news report on the findings of this study. What would you say to him/her about the meaning of this study in their lives?

Use the American Psychological Association (APA) format. List references.

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Can you please assist me with the following questions:
Nutrition Article Analysis #2.

I need help in finding a recently to published nursing or nutrition research article on any topic and answer the following questions:

What did the researchers study? Why is this research question important?

The purpose of this study was to see if the client was able to adhere to a therapeutic diet. The investigators wanted to see if there was the ability to accept the diet and what the sustainability was for clients who were prescribed these diets. Some of the diets used were for obesity, diabetes, hypertension and cholesterol issues. Nutrition is an important part of the therapeutic regime of a patient healthcare. A provider may prescribe medication, lifestyle changes and diet but if they do not follow the diet, they sabotage the other parts of their medical treatment.
The types of healthcare problems that can be supported by a healthy diet are extremely important when followed as indicated by the physician and nutritionist. Because it is instrumental in keeping the body in tune, adherence to the prescribed diet is the only way a client will benefit from the plan. If the diet is too unfavorable to the patient, then they will not want to remain on the eating plan. Researching ways to assist the patient to find a palatable method for taste and pleasure in eating will keep ...

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The article, "Four therapeutic diets: Adherence and acceptability," is synthesized.

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