I don't understand this question
a high-carbohydrate, low-protein diet is precribed for the client
with acute renal failure. the rationale for the high-carbohydrate diet
is that carbohydrates will
the answer is : prevent the development of ketosis.
anyone explain this?
May 8, '09
The body will use carbs first before breaking down fat for energy. The breakdown of fat produces ketones.