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Synonyms for energy

Synonyms for energy

Synonyms for energy

enterprising or ambitious drive

an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing)

a healthy capacity for vigorous activity

any source of usable power

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the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States

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Effects of dietary energy sources on post mortem glycolysis, meat quality and muscle fibre type transformation of finishing pigs.
Moreover, the intake of trans type fatty acids should be as low as possible, not exceeding 1% of dietary energy value.
Effects of dietary protein/energy ratio, ration size, dietary energy source and water temperature on nitrogen excretion in rainbow trout.
London Ontario), and the nutrient composition of foods was determined using the Canadian Nutrient File (CNF) [14] to assess dietary energy (kJ), the weight of foods and beverages consumed, and the estimated daily intakes of macro- and micronutrients.
The new report found that less than 5 percent of people in Lebanon were unable acquire enough food to meet their daily minimum dietary energy requirements between 2012 and 2014, which is considered low.
When weight change was normalized for dietary energy intake, people receiving [alpha]-cyclodextrin lost weight.
Data on dietary energy and nutrient intake was obtained through interactive 24 hour dietary recall [12].
1982) but this is true up to a certain limit because the dietary energy and availability of essential nutrients of feed are much related to one another.
Rice provides 20% of the world's dietary energy supply while wheat supplies 19% and maize 5%.
Chronic undernourishment is defined by the FAO as the "inability to acquire enough food, defined as a level of food intake insufficient to meet dietary energy requirements.
Limitations in the assessment of dietary energy intake by self-report.
FAO, WFP and IFAD define undernourishment, or hunger, in the State of Food Insecurity in the World 2013 report as "not having enough food for an active and healthy life" and an inability to "meet dietary energy requirements".
Undernutrition is caused mainly by an insufficient intake of dietary energy, regardless of whether any other exact nutrient is a limiting factor.