An American woman who is reputed to be a dietetic specialist came over not long ago, backed by funds donated in the States.
But what bearing has all this upon the dietetic use of nuts?
Pork is one of the vilest articles ever introduced into the dietetic world.
A pre-Elizabethan dietetic millennium is a retrospective mirage.
The Clupea alosa, a well-known fish, of very disputed culinary merit, owing perhaps to its own dietetic habits.
As much can be said for the majority of the dietetic regulations.
Celery is valuable from a dietetic rather than a nutritive point of view.
Not from a dietetic point of view, but regarded historically.
Often these time-honored combinations rest upon the soundest of dietetic principles.
Neither do I see how it can do any good to you, since you know not the rules, moral or dietetic, that are essential to its effect.
dietetic di·e·tet·ic (dī'ĭ-tět'ĭk)
Of or relating to diet.
Of or being a food that, naturally or through processing, has a low caloric content.