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in an optimal state of balance or equilibrium

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free from psychological disorder

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Tozzi said the well-balanced diet should be high in dark green vegetables, because that's your best source of magnesium, which is a muscle relaxant, so it will decrease muscle spasm and cramping.
A healthy well-balanced diet is particularly important during pregnancy because of the impact on the baby long-term, and the potential impact on the grandchildren as well.
While parents are very aware of the importance of providing a well-balanced lunchbox, trying to get children to eat the right foods is a problem.
Furthermore, the CCSP building is positioned on a slope that joins two roads; perhaps Domicio's stones, temporarily propping up its inner walls, succeeded in lending, after all, a final and well-balanced equilibrium to the great city's cultural center.
The text by Syring and Kirschenmann, authors of one of the best German monographs from the centenary 11 years ago, is concise, accurate and well-balanced, and the photos are well chosen, including some unfamiliar ones.
I have been a vegetarian for 25 years and I eat an extremely well-balanced diet, along with a partner and two healthy active children in their twenties.
And it's truly refreshing to see the subject treated in this open, thoughtful, well-balanced way.
Material is divided, lifted and transferred between the counter rotating blades, generating a thorough, well-balanced mixing action.
My emphasis lately is to raise some of the incidental out-of-pocket co-payments and deductibles, increase cost sharing with staff, provide tiered options and remain focused on the value of insurance as catastrophic coverage, while negotiating quote reductions to deliver well-balanced value to the employer, employee and shareholders.
She's a typical, well-balanced teenage girl who happens to beat people up for a living," he says.
The three sparklers now available in the US market include Brut, said to offer hazelnut notes and a long, well-balanced finish; Brut Rose, said to be delicate with a nose of wild strawberries and hints of currants; and Blancs de Blancs, made from chardonnary grapes and said to be well-balanced and harmonious.
Eat a well-balanced diet, include a calcium supplement and vitamin D, get plenty of weight-bearing exercise such as running, and medications such as Fosamax[R] and Miacalcin[R] for those with low bone density.
Though Murray's criticism is well-balanced and fair-minded, he presents compelling evidence (in prose and poetry) that Douglas was one of the great unsung English poets of his day, his life undone by bad judgment and sad scandal.
This is a concise, well-balanced analysis of Williams and his work; it also reviews former works from Williams's detractors and supporters--historians have romanticized, rescued, and reconsidered him.
Now when we are at war and mental and physical vigor are needed as never before, the problem of providing well-balanced meals is complicated by curtailment of certain foods as well as by increased food costs, food rationing, restricted deliveries and labor shortages.