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Synonyms for supplementation

a quantity added (e


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the act of supplementing

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Study researchers noted that while some prior evidence that showed iron supplementation may increase the risk of infectious diseases, anemia during pregnancy is a significant health problem in most countries and particularly in Africa.
An orthomolecular milestone in prenatal supplementation of vital substances.
The study investigated the effects of Bergstrom Nutrition's OptiMSM supplementation on knee function (knee joint kinetics) during running, along with its effect on muscle soreness following knee-damaging exercises (knee extensor damage), such as running downhill.
Trials involved daily supplementation with a placebo or vitamin E alone or in combination with other compounds.
Both the 2006 and the current recommendation statements found insufficient evidence to determine the balance of the benefits and harms of iron supplementation during pregnancy," Dr.
Prospective randomized trial of early versus late enteral iron supplementation in infants with a birth weight of less than 1301 grams.
2003) concluded that the dietary Vit E supplementation of 1,000 IU/head/d for 6 months prior to slaughter was effective in delaying discoloration, MetMb accumulation, lipid oxidation and reduction of total reducing ability of M.
The mixing tolerance index decreased as the supplementation increased.
The authors of this meta-analysis postulated that folic acid supplementation might have a greater protective effect in primary rather than secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease complications.
No previous studies have assessed whether supplementation with these vitamins can improve cognitive functioning in young to middle-aged adults who have normal levels of the nutrients, Meghan D.
Maternal genistein supplementation shifted the coat-color distribution of genetically identical day 21 [A.
Human studies of DHEA supplementation to restore normal levels are promising: for example, a recent small but careful study, not in persons with HIV, found that DHEA was an effective treatment for midlife-onset major and minor depression in both men and women [1].
This is the first study to show a beneficial effect of creatine supplementation on mental performance.
Therefore, getting enough vitamin D through supplementation could mean getting excessive amounts of other vitamins or minerals, which could cause other health problems.
In one representative study of 40 female long-distance runners with mild iron deficiency, iron supplementation for two months did not improve exercise performance despite normalization of mean serum ferritin levels(5).
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