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  • adjective Able to be absorbed by a living organism

Etymologies

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From bio- +‎ available

Examples

  • Here are some examples of bioavailable proteins: * Eggs = 100\% bioavailable* Fish = 70, 75\%* Meat = 70\%*

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  • You may see the term bioavailable a lot when reading about breast milk because its nutrients are better absorbed and used by a baby’s body than are the same nutrients in formula.

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  • You may see the term bioavailable a lot when reading about breast milk because its nutrients are better absorbed and used by a baby’s body than are the same nutrients in formula.

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  • • BIOAVAILABLE TESTOSTERONE CALCULATED: The testosterone in the bloodstream that is available for biological activity is called the bioavailable testosterone.

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  • • BIOAVAILABLE TESTOSTERONE CALCULATED: The testosterone in the bloodstream that is available for biological activity is called the bioavailable testosterone.

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  • In traditional tempeh making shops, the starter culture often contains other beneficial bacteria that produce vitamins such as B12 (though it is disputed whether this B12 is "bioavailable" [citation needed]).

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  • In traditional tempeh making shops, the starter culture often contains other beneficial bacteria that produce vitamins such as B12 (though it is disputed whether this B12 is "bioavailable" [citation needed]).

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  • Researchers at UC Davis say that silicon, the most common metalloid and a known booster of bone-mineral density, is highly "bioavailable" when consumed in beer.

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  • Researchers at UC Davis say that silicon, the most common metalloid and a known booster of bone-mineral density, is highly "bioavailable" when consumed in beer.

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  • Compounds that have great activity in vitro often fail later because they have poor selectivity or because they do not have chemical properties that make them good drugs (they are not "bioavailable").

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