metabolization love

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  • n. The process of metabolism

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  • Chromium helps decrease inflammation, thereby unlocking the enzymes that aid in fat metabolization, while normalizing blood lipids such as triglycerides and cholesterol, increasing levels of the 'good' HDL cholesterol and lowering total cholesterol and triglycerides, making it cardio-protective.

    Dr. Nicholas Perricone: 10 Dirty Little Secrets About Body Fat

  • Could that somehow have had an effect on his metabolization and hormonal aspect of his health?

    CNN Transcript Jan 6, 2009

  • What is opinion but the preliminary conclusions drawn from the metabolization of facts from reproducible evidence.

    The Fairness Doctrine, Truth, and Respect for Evidence

  • The metabolization of ethanol substitutes for the metabolization of methanol, giving time for the methanol to be excreted via lungs or urine.

    Alcohol

  • Other race markers are quite evident in behavioral characteristics, rate of infant development, spatial ability, metabolization of food and/or drugs, plus selective mutations found in only one race or ethnicity...

    Will sensitivity about racism turn racism into a taboo subject?

  • Hormonal differences affecting the metabolization of nicotine and the body's ability to repair damage to lung DNA caused by smoking have been noted before, suggesting that the female hormone estrogen may play a role, she said.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The vinegar is a little different, apparently, because it only works when added to complex carbs, and affects their metabolization.

    Discussion Forum - TuDiabetes

  • He speculated that because statins also affect the liver and muscles, which are crucial elements in the body's creation and metabolization of blood glucose, the link may be found there.

    Top Headlines - Diabetes Health

  • The metabolization isn't yet taxing the water too badly, either, as the oxygen concentration inside the plume is only eight percent lower than normal, a figure consistent with

    Ars Technica

  • Saliva production shrinks which, in combination with other gastrointestinal changes, can result in poor absorption of nutrients and poor metabolization of medications.

    EMSResponder.com: Top EMS News

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