hypernutrition love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Nutrition beyond the normal needs of the body.

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Examples

  • It is a natural therapy based on detoxification and hypernutrition.

    Model of a Christian daughter is my wife.

  • There is certainly a hypernutrition of the parietal brain with atrophy of the optic tract, both of which conditions could arise from abnormal vascular causes, or the extra growth of the auditory memory region may have deprived of nutrition, by pressure, the adjacent optic centers in the occipital brain.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • There is certainly a hypernutrition of the parietal brain with atrophy of the optic tract, both of which conditions could arise from abnormal vascular causes, or the extra growth of the auditory memory region may have deprived of nutrition, by pressure, the adjacent optic centers in the occipital brain.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • If children were brought up in simplicity by natural mothers; then, if care should be taken to prevent hypernutrition, there would be much less danger from cancer.

    Nature Cure

  • There is in this disease no acute congestion of a particular organ to draw off by depletive measures, nor any violent blood current to be retarded, for fear of hypernutrition of any special part.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

  • _ -- The study of the causes and pathological alterations of inflammation has shown the process to be one of hypernutrition, attended by excessive blood supply, so this study will indicate the primary factor to be employed in the treatment of it.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

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