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fortified

 [for´tĭ-fīd]
containing nutrients that have been artificially added to foods that do not naturally contain them, such as milk fortified with vitamin D.

fortified (fôrtə´fīd),

adj containing additives more potent than the principal ingredient.
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SPAVA's ground-breaking fortified coffee announcement marks the latest significant step in the food fortification movement, which has benefited the health of U.
Both thiobarbituric acid (TBA) and peroxide values were the highest in the yogurt and pasteurized milk fortified with ferrous sulfate microencapsulate.
Like everybody else, we hope the storms are just frightening fishes and not damaging houses," Rochman said while Matthew was still pushing northward, "but when there's an opportunity for us to go in and to see how the Fortified Homes did--we re confident they will do well--that's another proof point.
Overall data analysis of the Fortified Wine market in West Europe.
Su-34 bombers hit by two fortified checkpoints of terrorists located on the outskirts of the city of Raqqa.
Producers of American fortified wines should be permitted to use "fortified" and "grape (wine) spirits added" on labels to accurately describe their products to an ever-expanding base of 21st century consumers.
Seventy women in the control group and 203 in the fortified group completed the 24 weeks of treatment, at which time average red blood cell folate levels were 1,406 nmol/L in the fortified group and 1,024 nmol/L in the control group.
Differences between children who were breastfed and those fed unfortified formula were explained largely by maternal educational attainment and intelligence, and the apparent IQ advantage associated with fortified formula may be due to unmeasured factors in the home environment that influence the choice of fortified versus unfortified formula.
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com also cautions people who take vitamins or fortified products (such as fortified breakfast cereals) to be careful not to exceed tolerable levels.
An alternative option is fruit juices fortified with vitamin D and calcium, such as the ones being produced by Al Rabie, which are emerging as the preferred alternative.
Stay away from breakfast cereals, energy bars, and other foods that are fortified with 100 percent of the Daily Value for folic acid--400 micrograms.