Diets

Teaching 261

Instructed patient to eat foods which are easy to digest such as crackers, soups, gelatin and apple sauce.

Teaching 262

Instructed patient about foods that can be used freely, such as tea or decaffeinated coffee, lime juice, spices, sour or dill pickles, raw vegetables, sugar free soft drinks, sugarless gum and others.

Teaching 263

Instructed patient about diabetes. Explained to him/her that having diabetes doesnt mean that he/she has to start eating special foods or following a complicated diet plan for diabetics.

Teaching 264

Instructed patient about diet plans for diabetics and how this diet translates into eating a variety of food in moderate amounts and following regular meal times.

Teaching 265

Instructed patient about how his/her body responds to the excess of calories and fat by creating an undesirable increase in blood sugar.

General information Teaching 456

Instructed patient to avoid the use of electrical appliances with non-insulated wiring.

General information Teaching 457

Advised using salt substitutes (if permitted by MD), by seasoning food with condiments, such as lemon, parsley, cinnamon, etc.

General information Teaching 465

Instructed patient about how the body responds to the excess of calories and fat by creating an undesirable increase in blood sugar.

General information Teaching 466

Patient was instructed on appropriate nutrition. Include fish in the meals (2-3 times a week). Choose lean meats like cuts of beef and pork that end in

General information Teaching 467

Patient was instructed on appropriate nutrition. Choose non fat dairy product such as skim milk, non fat yogurt and non fat cheese. Choose water and calorie free