Our expert says:
Basically a dietitian is supposed to take a basic diet history of the patient and then work out the specific diet the patient requires (slimming, diabetic, renal, etc) according to the patient's individual needs. The individual dietitian would decide if she/he is going to supply the patient with revolving menus for a few weeks and/or recipes, but this is not a requirement. If you are not satisfied with the diet or if you require more information then go back to the dietitian and ask her/him for the additional information.
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