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Ελέγχει τη δυσανεξία του ασθενούς στη γλυκόζη και τα όργανα του ασθενούς τα οποία ενδέχεται να επηρεαστούν.

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Diabetic check-up - Nutritional plan

ESTETİK İNTERNATİONAL BURSA

The doctor studies the nutritional value of food and the way in which nutrients are used in the body, as well as the connection between diet and health. If you want to lose weight or improve your health through diet, leave all questions to an expert and do not waste time, but make an appointment with a nutritionist and improve the quality of your life.

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