health-giving


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health-giving

adj
conducive to health; salutary
Translations

health-giving

[ˈhɛlθˌgɪvɪŋ] adj (food, air, exercise) → sano/a, salutare
References in classic literature ?
Let our artists rather be those who are gifted to discern the true nature of the beautiful and graceful; then will our youth dwell in a land of health, amid fair sights and sounds, and receive the good in everything; and beauty, the effluence of fair works, shall flow into the eye and ear, like a health-giving breeze from a purer region, and insensibly draw the soul from earliest years into likeness and sympathy with the beauty of reason.
This ought to moderate the talk of those people who are so stubborn in maintaining that the French duel is the most health-giving of recreations because of the open-air exercise it affords.
She never stirred, but slept on and on in a deep, tranquil, life-giving, health-giving sleep.
The book features information on a variety of ancient grains, illustrating the health-giving benefits for each as well as providing step-by-step preparation and cooking techniques.
As the folk of Tilling are introduced to the health-giving benefits of yoga, the second episode of Steve Pemberton's loving adaptation on EF Benson'stories finds Georgie (Pemberton himself ) getting advice about golf from the Major (played by his League Of Gentleman co-star Mark Gatiss).
As the folk of Tilling are introduced to the health-giving benefits of yoga, the second episode of Steve Pemberton's loving adaptation on EF Benson's stories finds Georgie (Pemberton himself ) getting advice about golf from the Major (played by his League Of Gentleman co-star Mark Gatiss).
Belief in the health-giving properties of resveratrol has led to a plethora of supplements containing the compound and the promotion of diets based on boosting its consumption.
Very few newspapers include a regular cycle 'slot' and none that I know of devote a full page to our sport, despite the growing popularity of cycling both as a sport and a health-giving leisure activity.
Scientists believe that the fermentation process, which turns green tea black, could also cause the production of complex health-giving 'flavonoids.
ARONIA'S health-giving properties have prompted another group of farmers to investigate the potential market.
Earl Ray Tomblin, the event's keynote speaker, called the project a health-giving partnership and a learning partnership that he hopes will serve as a pilot for similar projects elsewhere in West Virginia.

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