Nutriture


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Nu´tri`ture


n.1.Nutrition; nourishment.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Magnesium, zinc, and chromium nutriture and physical activity.
WHO recommends that the median urinary iodine excretion levels in a community with optimal iodine nutriture should be in the range of 100-200 [micro]g/L.
Thompson, "Dietary phytate x calcium/zinc millimolar ratios and zinc nutriture in some Ontario preschool children," Biological Trace Element Research, vol.
Sandstead, "Assessment of zinc nutriture," The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, vol.
Effect of ascorbic acid nutriture on blood histamine and neutrophil chemotaxis in guinea pigs.
Serum albumin level is an index of body nutriture, low serum albumin level maybe increase the risk of infection and decrease the tolerance of chemotherapy drugs, thus, serum albumin level was a prognostic marker of tumor.
The Nutriture of People: From The Yearbook of Agriculture (USDA 1959).
Over 400 strains of microbial cells function as immunological peacekeepers and collectively promote the proper digestion of food for optimal cellular and ECM nutriture. Studies reveal that microbial cells are essential health assets that confer protection against infections, prime mucosal immunity, producing a rich repository of nutrients and metabolites that fortify and strengthen the ECM and all cells of the body.