indigestible


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difficult to accept

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digested with difficulty

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In pica or free range system rearing goats consumed indigestible or foreign materials (Eze, 2002).
Unfortunately, cattle commonly ingest the indigestible foreign bodies (IFB) as a result of their indiscriminate feeding habits [5, 6].
What remains is water, minerals such as sodium and chloride, and waste products, such as indigestible fibre.
1915 The process for making breakfast cereal flakes was patented by Frank Martin, as previously the combination of corn, oats and grain had proved indigestible for the public 1944 William Heath Robinson, the English artist known for his drawings of complex machinery which performed simple tasks, died.
When you eat food, the digestible nutrients are absorbed in the small intestines, leaving the indigestible dietary fiber from plant foods behind.
To explain further, the indigestible fibres in raw carrot are carried through the whole of the digestive system.
In the present study, we observed that all silages showed dry matter degradation rates above 2%, but the line needs longer time in the rumen to reach its maximum degradation Comparing the isogenic lines, the highest value of indigestible fraction (Fi) was registered for silage of CMS-XS 114 (35.74%) with tannin and the lowest value for CMS-XS 165 (27.37%) without tannin.
1915: The process for making breakfast cereal |flakes was patented by Frank Martin, as previously the combination of corn, oats and grain had proved indigestible for the public.
Starch comes in two forms, digestible and indigestible. Your small intestine breaks down digestible starch, turning it into sugar and sending it out to the bloodstream.
This research can lead to the creation of delivery systems with controllable lipid bioavailability: fully digestible, fully indigestible or targeted release systems.
From sexual diversity in the ancient world and the trinity of Satan, God, and Man to a unique vision of faith brought about by one who died and returned, The Stolen Light of WoMen is no simple read and offers many concepts which may prove indigestible to those immersed in traditional belief systems.
Every meagre meal is accompanied by a slice of National loaf (an indigestible wholemeal) and dripping.
Every meagre meal is meagre meal is E accompanied by a slice of National loaf (an indigestible wholemeal) and dripping.
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As Pat Phelan is no Robert Redford, this proposal isn't just indecent, it's utterly indigestible.