Comparative Study on Patients' Attitude towards Private and Government Hospital Diets
AbstractNutrition plays a major role in protecting health and slowing disease progression. Eating well is important for everyone's health. Hospital diets play an indispensable role in patient recovery and well-being. Patient's meal is an integral part of hospital treatment and the consumption of a balanced diet, crucial to aid recovery 1 . Thus, nutritional care of patients is one of the important factors responsible for one's health. Nutritional care means the meeting of nutritional needs required during the different stages of life and health conditions.
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