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Definition of the noun soft diet
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- a diet that does not require chewing; advised for those with intestinal disorders
Soft diet: A Mechanical soft diet is recommended in many situations, including some types of dysphagia, surgery involving the jaw, mouth or gastrointestinal tract, and pain from newly adjusted dental braces. This diet is often confused with the soft diet that is a regular diet but without fibers, spiced foods, and highly fatty foods.
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by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
The soft diet is an intermediate step between the light and liquid diet. Some hospitals, however, may omit the light diet. A soft diet consists mainly of liquids and semisolid foods; it is required in some gastrointestinal tract conditions, debilitated ...
by Joseph Segen
That which is not based on objective data, as in the 'soft' sciences of psychology or sociology soft diet Nutrition A diet of soft foods–eg, bananas, JelloTM, oatmeal, soups, yogurt, that forbids hard foods–eg, carrots or 'chewy'–eg, broccoli, jelly ...
Mosby's Dental Dictionary (2013)
by Elsevier, Mosby
soft diet, n a diet that is soft in texture, low in fiber residue, easily digested, and well tolerated. It is commonly recommended for people who have ...
Subjective health care viewed with an objective eye by Joseph Segen
Rainbow diet, Raw food diet, Rejuvenating diet, Restriction diet, Rice diet, Rotation diet, Scarsdale diet, Soft diet, Southampton diet, Standardised meal, Starvation diet, Step 1 diet, Stillman diet, Swank diet, Taoist fiveelement nutrition, TOPS, ...
by Vijaya Wadhwa
See Nutrition; Soft Diet; Special Diets. Diphtheria. See Common Communicable Diseases of Childhood; Immunisation.
The Dictionary of Medical and Surgical Knowledge ... By the Editor of the “Dictionary of Useful Knowledge” &c. [i.e. Robert Kemp Philp.] (1864)
The best treatment in salivation is to act freely on the bowels by saline aperients; ' ve a light, soft diet; order exposure in a cool atmosphereand a well-ventilated room, and the washing of the month frequently with borax and water, or a weak ...
by Seth Godin, Lark Productions LLC, Seth Godin Productions
anodyne, subdued; 8 delicate; 9 compliant soft coal: 10 bituminous soft color: б pastel soft-cover: 9 paperback soft diet: 3 pap; 6 pablum soften: 4 damp, dull, mute; 5 yield; б buffer, dampen, muffle, relent, temper, weaken; 7 cushion, diffuse; ...
The Whiplash Encyclopedia (2006)
by Robert Ferrari
soft diet—A diet consisting mainly of semisolid foods requiring little or no chewing before swallowing. soft tissues—A general term referring ...
Cancer Dictionary (2004)
by Henry A. Rose
soft diet A diet consisting of bland foods that are softened by ...
by Dawn Freshwater, Sian Masiln-Prothero
diet; SOFT DIET one consisting of milk, eggs, custard, mashed potatoes, ice cream, or other nonirritating easily digested foods; VEGETARIAN D. one in which all flesh foods are eliminated in favour of vegetables, cereals and dairy products.
Encyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
together with a low soft diet, keeping the hoof moist and soft with emollient poultices applied around it; ...
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