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- adj. Of, pertaining to, or providing nutrition.
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- adj. Of or pertaining to nutrition.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to nutrition as a physiological function; connected with the process of nutrition.
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- adj. of or relating to or providing nutrition
However, there is more than a tenfold difference between the ketone levels seen in ketoacidosis and those achieved with a carbohydrate-restricted diet, which we call nutritional ketosis.
FRANKEN: What I generally write is what I call nutritional candy.
The trouble is that the claims can be misleading and dance on the edge of the facts what I call nutritional pseudoveracity.
We have this kind of 'hidden hunger', almost pervasive in poorer communities where it's easy to fill the hole in one's belly with low-nutrient, cheap, empty-calorie foods to satisfy one's hunger now, but not meet the body's long-term nutritional needs.
I coached high school boys for five years, and the main nutritional problem is they eat way too much junk food, not the kind of diet that nourishes good, healthy running.
Though these buns are high in nutritional value, they aren't precisely "healthy" because of the rich, full-fat yogurt (mine had 15g of fat per 175g!) and creamy butter.
Certain nutritional disorders and deficiencies cause the tongue to lose these bumps, and the tongue becomes very smooth and glassy.
Two dishes might have the same calories, but vary widely in nutritional quality; or vice versa.
The finding implies an extraordinary improvement in nutritional well-being among the poor in the last century that has not been captured by our income estimates.
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