nutriture


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nutriture

 [noo´trĭ-chur]
the status of the body in relation to nutrition.

nu·tri·ture

(nū'tri-chūr),
State or condition of the nutrition of the body; state of the body with regard to nourishment.
[L. nutritura, a nursing, fr. nutrio, to nourish]

nutriture

/nu·tri·ture/ (-cher) the status of the body in relation to nutrition.

nu·tri·ture

(nū'tri-chŭr)
State or condition of the nutrition of the body; state of the body with regard to nourishment.
[L. nutritura, a nursing, fr. nutrio, to nourish]

nu·tri·ture

(nū'tri-chŭr)
State or condition of body nutrition.
[L. nutritura, a nursing, fr. nutrio, to nourish]

nutriture (noo´trichur),

n the nutritional status of a patient.

nutriture

nourishment.
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SANDSTEAD, HH; HENRIKSEN, LK; GREGER, JL; PRASAD, AS & GOOD, RA 1982: Zinc nutriture in the elderly in relation to taste acuity, immune response, and wound healing.
I would like to think that the bioavailability information we are producing contributes to the knowledge base that informs all public health strategies to improve vitamin A nutriture in populations that suffer from vitamin A deficiency," Parker says.
IZiNCG was recently established by the Nutrition Programme of the United Nations University and the International Union of Nutrition Scientists to promote improved zinc nutriture in vulnerable populations of low-income countries and to provide related technical assistance to governments and international agencies.
is of the husband and of the wife, after a divers sort, each having care of the familie: the man to get, to travaile abroade, to defende: the wife to save that which is gotten, to tarie at home, to distribute that which commeth of the husbandes labor, for the nutriture of the children, and family of them both, and to keepe all at home neate and cleane" (sig.
Dietary boron modifies the effects of vitamin D3 nutriture on indices of energy substrate utilization and mineral metabolism in the chick.
Although we do not yet have a very clear picture of the relative importance of vitamin B6 nutriture in homocysteine metabolism, results of an animal study echo the findings of the above study in suggesting that vitamin B6 alone may only be partially successful in ameliorating the adverse effects of homocysteine accumulation.
Ferguson EL Gibson RS, Opare-Obisaw C, Oupuu S, Yhompson LU and J Lehrfeld The zinc nutriture of preschool children living in two African countries.
Folate nutriture is associated with neural tube defects (1), vascular diseases (2), certain forms of cancer (3), and cognitive function (4).
KING, JC 1996: Does poor zinc nutriture retard skeletal growth and mineralisation in adolescents?
The concentration of ascorbic acid in the aqueous humor is among the highest of all the body fluids, and there is substantial evidence that vitamin C nutriture has a significant effect on cataract formation.
6] because, in most individuals, optimal nutriture with respect to these vitamins is an effective means of maintaining lower concentrations of total plasma homocysteine.