well-nourished


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properly nourished

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three SUPPLEMENTS TO HELP WITH MENOPAUSE SYMPTOMS THE menopause takes a real toll on a woman's body so it's important to keep yourself well-nourished and looked after.
My garden is blooming beautifully, with well-nourished plants since then!
Delia McCabe has studied what it takes to have a well-nourished brain (nutritional neuroscience) for over twenty years, and in this follow-up to her first book, Feed Your Brain: 7 Steps to a Lighter, Brighter You!, she recaps her approach to eating for brain health and offers enticing recipes that stimulate and support the brain with a variety of flavors, aromas, textures, and colors while making food preparation easy and pleasurable.
With 48% more healing power than argan oil, 17 times more omega-3 and omega-6 than wild salmon, and the highest amount of unsaturated fatty acids on the market, Sashapure's cold-pressed virgin sacha inchi oil--a 3,000-year-old Peruvian Amazon superfood--contains nutrients that are vital for hydrated, natural hair and well-nourished, resilient skin.
The patient was conscious, oriented, and well-nourished with normal secondary sexual characteristics for his age.
Author and researcher David Bainbridge, PhD examines how wider hips improved women's ability to survive giving birth to babies with large brains; how storing body fat is both a survival tool and a means to signal to potential mates that one is well-nourished; and perhaps most interestingly, the ramifications of competition for social status and desirable mates between members of the same sex.
He appeared to be well-nourished and had excellent hygiene and grooming habits, authorities said.
Children suffering this condition are between three and twelve times more at risk of dying than well-nourished children.
Using this tool, patients were categorised into three groups: well-nourished (A), moderately malnourished (B), or severely malnourished (C).
This meant that regardless of where the pregnant woman is in the world or where the child is born, an Asian baby could be at par with its Western counterpart if its mother was healthy, well-nourished and well-educated during her pregnancy.
Combining food and fun, the program provides nutritious meals and snacks and fun learning enrichment activities to keep youth healthy, active and well-nourished all summer long.
Two recent studies confirmed previous study results that found most multi-mineral or vitamin supplements had no clear benefit in the diet of well-nourished adults, might even be harmful, and are ineffective against chronic disease prevention.
"Although available evidence does not rule out small benefits or harms or large benefits or harms in a small subgroup of the population, we believe that the case is closed--supplementing the diet of well-nourished adults with (most) mineral or vitamin supplements has no dear benefit and might even be harmful," the editorial's authors noted.
When compared with well-nourished people, those who were malnourished saw their GP twice as often, had three times the number of hospital admissions and stayed in hospital more than three days longer.
According to CRN's Jim Griffiths, vice president of scientific and international affairs, who was involved in updating the safety handbook and wrote the foreword, "Nutrition scientists and policy makers all over the world are concerned about nutrient deficiencies, or not getting enough of essential nutrients, but in well-nourished societies there is an equal concern regarding over-ingesting these nutrients at levels that may be harmful.