nutriment


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We found association between nutriment of children and maternal anthropometrical features and also between maternal characteristics and Z-scores of HfA (P = 0.
On the one hand, OCBI leads to relatedness need satisfaction, which is an essential nutriment for individual well-being.
According to Galen, blood is formed in the liver and is then carried by the veins to all parts of the body, where it is used up as nutriment or is transformed into flesh and other substances.
With the inauguration of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to the presidential palace, one of the key highlighted sectors that needed up turning and nutriment was Egypt's economy.
According to GFK Hungaria (2005) lifestyle survey, about 65% of Hungarians consider organic foods the ideal nutriment of future.
For the purpose of enhancing nutriment, social transfer programs must consider the particular liabilities and risks encountered by recipients.
Currently available in Walgreens, Walmart and other leading mass retailers, the line is registering double-digit gains, notes a spokeswoman, who adds that Design Essentials also offers such other salon-quality items as Herbal Complex 4 Hair & Scalp Treatment, Stimulations Super Moisturizing Conditioner and Nutriment Rx Pea Sprout Creme Hairdress.
The royalty reference, in association with the nutriment of plebeian origin amplifies the ridiculing effect.
pruriens pods (g/kg DM) (a) Nutriment Sorghum Soybean Star Mucuna Sugar meal grass pruriens cane hay pods Molasses DM 884.
Finally, Avicenna stated that Bile is a nutriment to all tissues of a yellow hue, especially tendons and cartilage--a concept that overlaps with Chinese Medicine.
But bodily nutriment spills over into creative and romantic nourishment.
The data about the daily nutriment intake are presented in table 1 and showed that total calorie, macronutrient, and micronutrient intakes are whithin the range of the RDI for healthy Tunisian adults.
Years after the United Kingdom's statutory rationing ended, foreign nutriment remained so inconceivable that one producer at the Panorama television program devised for April Fool's Day 1957 a hoax documentary about spaghetti farming, in the serene confidence that the British masses would believe every word of it.
Accordingly, it was better for the female to be made enough colder so that she cannot disperse all the nutriment which she concocts and elaborates.
1988a) As a result, cell wall had an effect on the favor and un-favor of eating nutriment of aphid which caused an increase in the number of aphids and the difference in the level of intensity (Benchasri, 2009).