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Synonyms for nutrition

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Synonyms for nutrition

(physiology) the organic process of nourishing or being nourished

the scientific study of food and drink (especially in humans)

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for the nutritionally at risk and those needing therapeutic diet and hydration programs.
Over the next two years the business has pledged to develop nutritionally balanced foods and license a range of staple products such as fruit, vegetables and fish.
In tests, the animals are typically fed a nutritionally complete diet that contains up to 40 percent less carbohydrate, fat, and protein than that given to control animals (SN: 10/5/91, p.
Hormel Foods will merge the assets of DCBNP into its Hormel HealthLabs subsidiary, which acquired the business and production facility of Cliffdale Farms in December 2000, making it one of the industry leaders in nutritionally enhanced food products.
Women with very poor diets may end up being nutritionally deficient themselves by the end of pregnancy.
Diets high in vegetables and low in meat fit well into a limited budget and are nutritionally advisable.
To be nutritionally sound, solids must replace the iron, trace minerals, and vitamins your baby is not getting because of decreased breast milk or formula consumption.
Providing innovative and nutritionally balanced menu options that parents and kids agree on is a hallmark of our BK Positive Steps(SM) and will continue to be a guiding principle as our menu evolves.
The updated position paper reconfirms ADA's position that "appropriately planned vegetarian diets are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases.
Thomas believes healthcare facilities need to do a better job of identifying patients who are nutritionally at risk-including focusing on more than just weight loss.
Pawlak and her group at the University of Sydney fed 2-month-old rats diets that nutritionally resembled what most people now eat--about 20 percent protein, 35 percent fat, and 45 percent carbohydrates, which are sugars and starches.
This important professional organization is on the record that a well-planned vegetarian diet is healthful, nutritionally adequate,.
Its mischievous little elves tout some of the most nutritionally reckless cookies you can buy (three of their Fudge Stripes or Deluxe Grahams contain a quarter of a day's saturated fat--more than twice what you'd get from three Oreos).
Medical studies have shown that breast milk is better for the baby nutritionally, because it bolsters the child's immune system and contains fatty acids essential to the development of a child's brain.
Responding to requests from schools in the Southwest and West, USDA says school lunch programs can incorporate commercially made fruit and vegetable salsas into their menus creating nutritionally balanced menu.