EAL

(redirected from Evidence Analysis Library)
AcronymDefinition
EALEnglish as an Additional Language
EALEvaluation Assurance Level
EALÉtablissement d'Accueil et de Loisirs (French: Establishment of Home and Leisure)
EALEvidence Analysis Library (American Dietetic Association)
EALEnglish as Another Language (education)
EALEnvironmental Analytical Laboratory
EALEnvironmental Analysis Laboratory
EALEthiopian Airlines
EALEdcs Attribute Label
EALEffective Address Lower Bits
EALEvaluation Assurance Levels
EALEastern Airlines
EALEnfance Art et Langages (French: Childhood Art and Languages)
EALÉvaluation de l'Apprenti Lecteur (French: Apprentice Reader Evaluation)
EALElectricity Application Luxembourg SA
EALEmergency Action Level
EALÉvaluation d'Une Anomalie Lipidique (French: Abnormal Lipid Evaluation)
EALExamen d'Aptitudes Linguistiques (French: Language Proficiency Examination)
EALExpertise et Audit Lafarge (French: Lafarge Expertise and Audit)
EALEchelle Atomique Libre (French: Free Atomic Scale)
EALÉchange Amérique Latine (French: Latin American Exchange)
EALEntente Amicale Laïque (French sports club)
EALEnvironmental Assessment Level
EALEdirne Anadolu Lisesi (Turkey, city college)
EALEquivalent Axle Load
EALEngineering Analysis Language
EALEntry Authorization List
EALEntry Authority List
EALEmergency Annual Leave
EALEuropean Accreditation Cooperation for Laboratories
EALExtremely Awesome Lotto (South-Africa lotto database software)
EALEntry Access Listing
EALEast Asia Littoral
EALEquipment Application List
EALElectronic Aircraft Log
EALElectroabsorption Modulated Laser
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The American Dietetic Association's Evidence Analysis Library has concluded that there is good evidence that a vegetarian diet is associated with a lower risk of death from ischemic heart disease.
Meal replacement is also mentioned in the 2007 Nutrition Position Paper of the American Diabetes Association, and is supported by the American Dietetic Association's Evidence Analysis Library, which cites eight randomized clinical trials in which patients who replaced between one and three meals a day lost 2.