The daily distribution is a non restrictive method of diet balancing, which allows not only for advising patients but above all for helping them to take charge of themselves. It is no longer necessary to follow strict and constraining daily diet plans, which go against conviviality with family and friends.

This method is based on the notion of daily portions by food category. In regards to patients' diet habits, corrections are made to bring them back to a better balanced diet, better adapted to their objective.

Therefore the distribution suggests a typical day with a choice of equivalent foods that patients can eat at meals and in quantity advised. This method allows them to adhere to a new dietary hygiene and guarantees success at the end of their effort.

The daily distribution does not impose an abrupt rupture with patients' diet habits and may be progressively adjusted all along their follow-up.