Hyperlipidemia diet

by Mark Morgan, MD on April 1, 2010

in Endocrine

GD Star Rating
loading...
Form View Markup View (What's this?)

We discussed the Step 1 diet, consisting of total fat intake of less than 30% of calories, saturated fat intake of less than 10% of calories, and less than 300 mg of cholesterol daily. This should be augmented by five or more servings of fruits and vegetables and six or more servings of whole-grain products per day.

We discussed the Step 2 diet, consisting of total fat intake of less than 30% of calories, reduction in saturated fat intake to less than 7% of calories and limit cholesterol to less than 200 mg daily. This should be augmented by five or more servings of fruits and vegetables and six or more servings of whole-grain products per day.

We discussed the Step 1 diet, consisting of total fat intake of less than 30% of calories, saturated fat intake of less than 10% of calories, and less than 300 mg of cholesterol daily. This should be augmented by five or more servings of fruits and vegetables and six or more servings of whole-grain products per day.

We discussed the Step 2 diet, consisting of total fat intake of less than 30% of calories, reduction in saturated fat intake to less than 7% of calories and limit cholesterol to less than 200 mg daily. This should be augmented by five or more servings of fruits and vegetables and six or more servings of whole-grain products per day.
Result - Copy, Save, or Print this text:
Share on Facebook Favorites Embed

Embed "Hyperlipidemia diet"

Send the result via email

Discuss this Soapnote