Ten to Amend: A clinician's guide to weight loss and chronic diseases
Krystina L. Kienast, BSN, Masters of Science in Nursing Student, Alverno College, Pewaukee, Wisconsin, USA
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"10 to Amend" is an easy to follow evidence based program for the clinician and patient dyad. The program is presented as an algorithm utilized to decrease overall bodyweight by ten percent in order to reduce the risk of chronic diseases.
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