Stroke survivors bear a higher risk of recurrent cerebrovascular events. Despite that, many fail to adhere to their targeted treatment goals. To overcome this issue, a study was conducted in Malaysia to examine the effectiveness of early dietitian-led lifestyle modifications among stroke survivors. It found that such treatment underpinned with behavioural change theories and family-member involvement was beneficial. The study’s outcome variables consisted of blood pressure, body mass index, waist circumference, dietary intake, physical activity levels, smoking status, alcohol consumption, malnutrition risk, and health-related quality of life.
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