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Synonyms for intake

an opening through which fluid is admitted to a tube or container

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A new World Health Organization guideline has recommended adults and children reduce their daily intake of free sugars to less than 10% of their total energy intake.
Patients who had notably high or notably low sodium intake levels were at an increased risk of both all-cause mortality and cardiovascular disease, compared with patients who had usual sodium intake levels, a new meta-analysis suggests.
BALANCING MACRONUTRIENT INTAKE IN CULTURED LYTECHINUS VARIEGATUS.
Nonvegetarians" (eating meat or fish at least weekly) had the highest intake of saturated fat and the lowest intake of fiber.
The installation of submerged vanes is a technique which controls the sediments entering the intake.
Conducting hydrologic testing and reporting assessment lifespan of newly built water intake facility to sub 1 intake structure and design of the overhead of the geothermal source of object Construction of a geothermal heating system Zlatograd and iizgotvyane on 1.
Much evidence shows that reducing salt intake lowers blood pressure and thereby reduces the risk of stroke and heart disease.
The aim of this review was to summarise evidence on the association between intake of dietary sugars and body weight in adults and children.
An article published recently in Stroke reports a protective effect for greater vitamin D intake against the risk of ischemic stroke in Japanese-American men.
Dietary Intake of Nitrate Relative to Antioxidants in Breast Cancer Risk
There is a significant correlation between a well-trained intake staff and an increase in average daily census and revenue.
Vitamin K intake and risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL).
Efforts to regulate arsenic (As) intake have focused on water contaminated with inorganic As (iAs), which is substantially more toxic than organic As.
Salt intake, stroke and cardiovascular disease: meta-analysis of prospective studies.