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Mar 11 '13
In the 1920s, health care professionals expanded the importance of diets in patient care. Nurses took classes to learn to provide patients with a balanced, healthy diet to aid in their recovery, forming the basis for modern dietetics.
This “invalid fruit tart”, one of several recipes issued by the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, provided patients with fiber, protein, carbohydrates and micronutrients in an agreeable tart.

In the 1920s, health care professionals expanded the importance of diets in patient care. Nurses took classes to learn to provide patients with a balanced, healthy diet to aid in their recovery, forming the basis for modern dietetics.

This “invalid fruit tart”, one of several recipes issued by the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, provided patients with fiber, protein, carbohydrates and micronutrients in an agreeable tart.

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