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  • adj. Not metabolized.


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un- +‎ metabolized


  • It can be hard for many to acknowledge that the rule of law is compromised broadly by combinations of media hype and unmetabolized, raw and denied feelings that are brought out by a crafty media that knows how to reach them.

    In Reply to Al Gore: We Need to Thaw Our Human Climate First

  • I think I'd be much more likely to pass a lot of that fat out unmetabolized and I expect that I'd gain a lot more weight and be much less healthy on the white sugar than the other white meat.

    Why Live?

  • These other amino acids are considerably more abundant than phenylalanine in the protein, and the branched-chain amino acids, unlike phenylalanine, are largely unmetabolized when they pass through the portal circulation (20).

    Santa Fe Pediatrician Regales Hawaii Legislative Committee with Dangers of Aspartame

  • Next week, I'll start exploring some of the unmetabolized history that I believe is leaving us in a repetitive cycle of less-than-great behavior.

    Beginning to Face Our Shadow

  • When rice is added toward the end of fermentation, some sugar remains unmetabolized by the yeasts, and the resulting alcohol is sweet.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • "Linagliptin is primarily excreted unmetabolized via bile and gut, meaning no dose adjustment is needed in adult patients with kidney or liver impairment," said Prof.

  • Active pharmaceutical ingredients, from both prescription and over-the-counter medications, can enter the waterways by several different routes [2]: bodily excretion of unmetabolized active pharmaceutical incredients release from the skin during washing or bathing disposal to sewage or trash of medications

    The Highlight HEALTH Network

  • "Topical [active pharmaceuticals] from bathing and showering … are released unmetabolized and intact, in their full-strength form," Ruhoy said.


  • Much of the contamination comes from the unmetabolized residues of pharmaceuticals that people have taken and excreted; unused medications dumped down the drain also contribute to the problem.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • Deoxypyridinoline is present in the bone and is excreted unmetabolized in urine.

    Medindia Health News


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