overnourish

overnourish

(ˌəʊvəˈnʌrɪʃ)
vb (tr)
biology to nourish excessively so as to hinder growth and metabolism
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It was giddy work, but not nearly so giddy as a rather overnourished reader sitting in a warm room might imagine.
Also because it affected my parents so strongly and thus changed their behavior toward me, causing them, among other things, to overprotect and overnourish me--the one child left--and at the same time, in a subtle way, reject me and even accuse me ...
He tells me that earlier estimates of the amounts of phosphates and nitrogen required to overnourish coastal zones were wildly off because they were based on water-quality standards in nontropical regions.
Around two billion people across the world are overnourished or obese, while 820 million people go to bed hungry each night.
The United Nations estimates that nearly a billion people worldwide are malnourished, while nearly two billion are 'overnourished.' This falls neatly into the narrative of conspicuous consumption.
While earlier studies have shown the occurrence of anemia, in both undernourished and overnourished individuals.
(28) Further, Americans counted as poor today are manifestly healthier, better nourished (or even overnourished), and more schooled than their predecessors half a century ago.
"An overnourished segment of society is also a problem and it is the main cause for increasing the burden of chronic diseases like obesity, heart diseases and diabetes.
[28] nutritionally restricted normal and overnourished ewes from one month prior to conception until one-week gestation.
In Africa there are significant numbers of children at the extremes of being either undernourished or overnourished. Therefore, it is good practice to routinely measure the thickness of subcutaneous fat on the chest midway between the nipples and on the abdomen midway between the xiphoid process and the umbilicus as rough indicators of nutritional status.
While 14 percent of children under the age of 5 years were undernourished, he noted, 12 percent of their counterparts were over-nourished; for ages 6-14, 10 percent were undernourished, while 6 percent were overnourished; for age 15 and above, 15 percent were undernourished and 19 percent were overnourished.